Itunes Gets Photo Bug

July 18, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
Branford, Connecticut, July 18, 2007 With millions of users, it was only a matter of time before the itunes platform would be utilized for commercial marketing other than music. The introduction of the complimentary iphone broadens the range for media providers of the podcasts. Photography Select, an online photography resource has begun producing video podcasts featuring slide shows from prestigious photographers nationwide.

Currently feeds are available for Connecticut, New York and California and can be accessed at the itunes Music Store. The casts are free of charge and give users the opportunity to see some of the finest photography on the internet. Brides to be will also find the service helpful when searching for a photographer for their big day.

The service brings brings marketing photographers into the mobile arena as the podcasts can be easily downloaded to ipod and iphone devices making it easy to share portfolios and generate far more exposure than traditional internet marketing.

The shows are also available on the web at for those who don't use itunes.

Recent featured photographers include, from Connecticut, Dru Nadler(, MaryAnn Ianniello (, Chris Brown ( , and from New York, Dane Shitagi (

The Photography Select podcast feeds are the brain child of web developer Mark L. Johnson, owner of Mtheory Information Technology ( He is actively developing similar feeds for other industries from real estate to entertainment.

With the internet marketing arena evolving so rapidly and mobile use expanding, marketing via podcast feeds is only the tip of the iceberg of trends to come.

For additional information about photographer podcasts, please visit or open your itunes music store and search in podcasts.

Mtheory Information Technology specializes in cutting-edge web development and internet marketing. Located in Branford, Connecticut, serving clients nationwide.

Mark L. Johnson
Mtheory Information Technology