I work with entrepreneurs and emerging businesses to develop visual media strategies and social media platforms. Visuals are more important than ever these days, and understanding it all can be dreadfully difficult on your own. 

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I absolutely love teaching. I have two projects I work on. Lighting Essentials is a blog-zine for emerging photographers. Weekly features and lots of tutorials and instruction.

Project 52 is an online workshop for photographers who want to learn the ins and outs of commercial photography. Real world assignments, weekly reviews and a focus on business combine to give the emerging photographer a true experience in building a viable commercial business.

Lighting Essentials \ Project 52

I have written three books for Amhearst Media, and self published an Ebook on photography. Writing is a big part of my life. I am currently working on two books – one non-fiction and one fiction (a novel… heh).

This link will take you to Amazon where my titles are available in print and on Kindle.

My Books on Amazon

I have been a commercial photographer for nearly 40 years. You can see my portfolios and find out about workshops I am teaching at my website. I am available for editorial assignments world wide.

Don Giannatti Photography

SOME RECENT PROJECTS I AM PROUD OF

FROM THE BLOG

Apple Looks Back to See Ahead…

Apple has returned to its roots with the new ad campaign for the iPad. “What will your verse be?” A reflection of their earlier marketing approaches when it was geared toward the creative professional, this ad takes the view that we are all creative now....

Three Words… for Now.

Chris Brogan talks about choosing his three words for the year. I don’t usually do formal things like that, as the formality of them seems almost stilted and far too much like limitations than opportunities. However, I do get the idea… and while I may have...

Project 52 PRO Site

I needed to freshen up the Project 52 site and get it out from behind a “Login” situation. Being able to share the amazing work of the photographers involved is now something that is consuming my time… and it is paying off. Interest in next...