• Behind "Burn Camp"

    When I'm working on a multimedia piece I always struggle to know when to shoot stills and when to shoot video. For me it always has been difficult to juggle between the two. When I first saw Burn Camp, I was amazed at how well Dot Paul mixed stills with video to tell a compelling story. I caught up with her at the Utah Symposium and asked if she would be willing to share the story behind her award winning piece. Check out the video first and then read her comments below:

  • DAM White Papers from Canto

    UPAA Annual Conference sponsor Canto has released two educational whitepapers on how to implement and optimize digital asset management.

  • BYU Weekly Symposium Story

    On the first day of the 2011 Symposium, we were paid a visit by BYU's weekly news show, appropriately titled BYU Weekly. They finally aired the story on byutv, check it out below:

  • Video of Robert Ramos - 2011 UPAA Symposium

    Here is video from a presentation by BYU Basketball Trainer Robert Ramos. Robert spoke to us about some of the biggest injuries photographers face in the course of their work and how we can prevent and repair those injuries. You can also click on the link below to download the powerpoint of his presentation:

    Injuries and Photographers

  • Friday's Wake-Up Call - 2011 Symposium

    Rather than go through all the effort of making another music video, we decided to let Alie perform live at the awards luncheon. It seems that she survived:

  • Video of Donald Miralle's 2011 UPAA Presentation

    Our featured speaker on Tuesday was Donald Miralle. He shared with us a presentation called "Seeing The Same Thing Differently" during which he shared his creative approach to photographing assignments with the goal of always coming away with unique shots.

  • 2011 Multimedia Competition Winners

    At the closing banquet Glenn Carpenter announced the winners in the 2011 UPAA Multimedia Competition. It was a great group of entries this year, the winners are:

    Honorable Mention - "Feats of Strength" by Mike Ekern, University of St. Thomas