Photographer Kenneth Jarecke shares thoughts on publications pushing bad contracts on photographers and potentially blackballing those who refuse to sign.
Listen, no offense, but when you brag about shooting for the New York Times, or about having a shot in Time Magazine, all I see is someone who signed a bad contract. Someone who made the decision to compete on cost, not merit. This group fighting the new contract, signed the old one. That this latest one is suddenly a bridge too far, doesn’t move me.