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  • A photographer for over 20 years, Julie Brown makes images for editorial, corporate and educational clients. Her work is truthful, her approach simple, capturing the pulse and subtleties of each situation.

    After receiving her BFA in photography from Rochester Institute of Technology she began her photojournalism career working on staff at The Oakland Tribune (CA) and the Berkshire Eagle (MA). Julie's clients include Yale University, Columbia University, The Spence School, The Mandell School, The Packer School, Guideposts Magazine, and numerous corporate clients.

    Julie lives with her husband, son and daughter in Manhattan.

Tennis Superstar Novak Djokovic visits Manhattan.

On Sunday March 2, 2014 Novak Djokovic visited New York City to talk about the business of tennis. In attendance and appearing on stage, was tennis coach Nick Bollettieri, who on Monday March 3, 2014 was named one of the 5 new inductees to the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Congratulations Mr. Bollettieri!novak_djokovic-7-2novak_djokovic-27-2novak_djokovic-47-2

Tom Ashe: Color Management Expert

What is color management, you ask? It has to do with photography, color correction, monitors and printers and all of them talking nicely to each other so that what you see on your monitor is what you get on your photographic print. Believe me, there’s a lot to know. Tom, the Associate chair of the MPS Digital Photography Dept. at the School of Visual Arts in NYC, and photographer, wrote an entire book on the subject matter! It’s coming out soon and I was lucky enough to have shot his author photo AND one of my photos of my son Asher (this one in fact: http://jbrownphoto.com/blog/?p=148) is on the cover. Wooohooo!

The book, “Color Management & Quality Output: Working with Color from Camera to Display to Print” will be available from Amazon on February 24th but you can pre-order here!  http://www.amazon.com/Color-Management-Quality-Output-Working/dp/0240821114

  • Sarah - November 26, 2013 - 7:43 pm

    Which one was used for the author photo? I like 4 best, but 1 or 2 may be more author photo-like.ReplyCancel

  • juliebrown - November 27, 2013 - 2:48 pm

    Hey Sarah. I think the last one was used and if not that one exactly, one just like it.ReplyCancel

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