It is time for photography industry leaders and corporations to use their platforms to speak out against the racism Black and minority photographers are facing within the industry. This includes mandatory diversity, inclusion, and equitable sensitivity training for photography vendors, executives, and leadership staff. And it also includes ambassadors, who are often the faces of photography companies.
I know, I know. But here’s a graphic if you’d like to support the #StayHome movement. Link to the Canva Graphic Template can be found here. Change the FONT to FREE ONE to avoid the $1 fee. Thank you, Temica Gross for creating the graphic for us! Link to free COVID Letters to Clients. Coming […]
Pregnancy is a miraculous journey that should be celebrated. No matter how many times a person gives birth, each one is special and unique in its experience. It is so important to document such a momentous change in your physical and emotional world. Not to mention the vast change your life will endure bringing a […]
Tomayia Colvin Education is proud to share during Black History Month a series of Black photographers that are amazing. This week, we are featuring Black wedding photographers in the United States.
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