by Alison Zavos in New Photography on Friday 13 February 2009

We asked New York-based photographer Gregg Delman about the differences between shooting for print and online: ‘With online publications, the layouts are very specific. You need to shoot and crop to fit a specific box on the web page. With print, you have a bit more freedom. Editors are willing to layout there text around your images as long as its within reason. Also, there is a lot less time given for online shoots. All the shoots have been done in a 9 x 10 foot office space with fifteen minutes max’. There’s a full interview with Gregg Delman at the Feature Shoot website.