PDNPulse: Scott Streble's Pro-Bono Portraits of the Unemployed:
"Photographer Scott Streble kicked off a timely pro-bono project this morning at his studio in Minneapolis. After receiving requests from unemployed friends for portraits they could use on networking sites like LinkedIn, Streble decided to dedicate a day to making free portraits for Minneapolis job seekers.
Throughout the day, Streble has been shooting ten-minute sessions with each sitter. At the end of each session, his assistant burns a disk with a digital file and makes a proof sheet for the subject, who can take the photograph and do what they like with it. Streble hopes the portraits will be of some help for the job seekers."
Tuesday, March 24, 2009
This is cool. A great idea and a wonderful way to do good by doing good.