(PRWEB) January 3, 2005
With thousands of photography web sites now available, it is near impossible to know which those worthy of review are.
"For today's digital photojournalists, an easy to use web site is critical to allow Photo Assignment Editors and Creative Directors to see your work", says Mike Fox, who today announced the launch of his updated Think First Media web site at http://www.thinkfirstmedia.com.
Many professional photography web sites are over-engineered and difficult to navigate. Working with cognitive design experts, Mike has worked to ensure that photo assignment editors and prospective clients have a choice of easy methods for viewing his work. ""Visitors to the site are given an easy to navigate interface that provides a broad illustration of the work I can produce. They also have options to view portfolios as on-screen QuickTime movies - subject to bandwidth availability - or to download a PDF version of my portfolio. An added convenience is the option to request a CD or DVD version of the portfolio which will be sent out by overnight courier for delivery on the next business day."
With an extensive commercial background, a blue chip, international client list, and expertise in corporate marketing techniques, Mike is well equipped to fully understand the needs of editorial and commercial customers. "Ideas for feature stories or corporate, PR-type photojournalism are never in short supply. But getting those ideas in to a flowing, structured, logical story is a different matter. A photograph needs to stand up on its own, delivering its own message, and that is not always so easy to achieve."
Contracted to ZUMA Press, a leading international photo news agency (http://www.ZUMAPress.com), Mike is available for assignments in any country. Trish Murphy, at ZUMA Press, handles assignments for Mike and can be reached at trish@ZUMAPress.com.
Think First Media is a San Francisco-based photojournalism business with expertise in capturing memorable images of conflict, the human condition, and key political events. The area of corporate, PR-type photojournalism is a capability that Think First Media offers to organizations in any country, with specific experience in the Silicon Valley area of California, the financial district in London, England, and the industrial zones around Johannesburg, South Africa.
Think First Media is run by Mike Fox, a frequently published photojournalist who also runs Think First Communications, a graphic-design and strategic marketing company.