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Arthur H. Bleich Posted: Nov 20, 2015 0 comments

San Francisco, 1965. The times, they were a-changin’. If you were young, it was a time to get high, have sex, and listen to mind-blowing music that your parents might, at best, not understand and, at worst, consider obscene. If you were older (and therefore not to be trusted) it was a time to take cover; everything you believed in seemed to be under attack.

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Ron Leach Posted: Jun 08, 2016 0 comments

Australian photographer Tim Samuel was snorkeling off Pass Beach in Australia’s Byron Bay, hoping to photograph turtles swimming in open water. What he captured instead were these once-in-a-lifetime shots of a hapless fish trapped inside a jellyfish.

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Dan Havlik Posted: Feb 29, 2016 0 comments

War photographer Christopher Morris has seen a lot of conflict in his day but he probably hasn’t seen anything quite like the campaign rally for Donald J. Trump he was covering for Time magazine this afternoon

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Press Release Posted: Feb 21, 2012 1 comments
Monte Zucker Photographic Education is proud to announce its Spring 2012 How To Photograph Everyone Tour! The tour features Clay Blackmore and spans 30 cities with a total of 49 appearances. Clay will be doing a seminar in each city and will also be doing a full-day workshop in 19 cities. Each stop is an opportunity to learn the tips, tricks, and secrets of portraiture and wedding photography.
Cynthia Boylan Posted: May 13, 2015 0 comments

The video embedded below, which was posted just a few days ago by photographer Andrew Jamieson, of Andy Creative, lasts just four minutes and seventeen seconds but it’s already making photographers on the Internet go crazy with nostalgia over the glory days of film.

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Dan Havlik Posted: Aug 11, 2014 0 comments

Yes, we’re all pretty sick of selfies but one clever photographer has created a hilarious photo series that appears to show ancient statues taking these now ubiquitous digital self portraits.

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Ron Leach Posted: May 11, 2016 1 comments

Here’s a cautionary tale for you: An 88-year-old historic monument in Florida’s Big Cypress National Preserve has been burned to the ground by a photographer light painting the scene with burning steel wool. The unidentified photographer had climbed to the roof of the wooden Monroe Station, lit some steel wool, and began shooting without realizing he had set the building ablaze.

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Shutterbug Staff Posted: May 11, 2006 0 comments

Freestyle Photographic Supplies, in its continuing efforts to showcase the works
of black-and-white photographic masters, brings Mr. Gil Garcetti's Frozen
Music to its Gallery at the Creative Center for Photography. With his stunningly
powerful images--some as large as four by six feet--Mr. Garcetti captures
the powerful aesthetic of Frank O. Gehry's architectural masterpiece, the
Walt Disney Concert Hall.



Viewers are treated to a unique insider's look at this breathtaking building
as it was brought to life in downtown Los Angeles, California. With this show,
Mr. Garcetti, who retired as the Los Angeles County District Attorney in 2000,
establishes himself as a serious photographic talent. The opening reception is
from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. on May 11, 2006 at Freestyle's Creative Center for
Photography Gallery, 5124 Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood, California.



· Exhibition Dates: May 11 -- June 16, 2006.



· Reception and Book Signing. Meet Mr. Garcetti as we unveil his stunning
exhibition on Thursday, May 11, 2006 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. No reservations required.
Admission is Free.



· Exhibit Hours: Monday through Friday 9:00--6:00. Sat 9:30--4:30,
Sun. 10:30--4:30



Freestyle Photographic Supplies, Freestyle's Creative Center for Photography,
and the Freestyle Advisory Board of Photographic Professionals work closely to
promote the advancement of fine-art photography through exhibits, lectures, workshops
and innovative photographic products.



Established in 1946, Freestyle Photographic Supplies is a leading retail, mail
order and internet provider of photographic supplies and equipment nationwide.
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Dan Havlik Posted: Feb 26, 2015 0 comments

If you’ve been on the Internet at all today, you might have seen Jonathan Nimerfroh’s astounding “Slurpee Wave” photo. The image (above), which went viral today, was shot on Nantucket recently.

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Ron Leach Posted: Jul 18, 2016 0 comments

Montreal-based architectural photographer Chris M. Forsyth has spent the past year and a half creating stunning images of underground metro stations, and he was kind enough to share his work with us. He began The Metro Project during his daily commute in Montreal’s subway system, and has since moved on to Munich, Berlin and Stockholm.

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Shutterbug Staff Posted: Apr 04, 2005 0 comments

I
was honored to be selected by my peers at the Digital Image Cafe as photographer
of the year. I would like to extend a big thank you for your support and encouragement.
I would also like to thank DIC for the creating the best photography/contest
site on the internet allowing us to showcase our work and help each other learn
and grow as artists!

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Dan Havlik Posted: Jul 21, 2014 0 comments

Jeff Cable is one of many photographers these days discovering the glories of shooting aerial video and images with remote-controlled imaging drones. Cable recently turned his good buddy and Apple Computer legend Steve "Woz" Wozniak on to how easy and fun it is to fly these drones and shot a short video of the experience.

Ron Leach Posted: Jun 13, 2016 0 comments

Sooner or later most photographers will receive the dreaded question: “Would you mind shooting our wedding?” If you’ve never taken on this daylong assignment, you may not realize how important and challenging it is. Be sure to watch this video before saying “yes.”

Ron Leach Posted: Jun 27, 2016 0 comments

Here’s a fascinating video by French photographer Nède Nède who used a chest-mounted GoPro Hero4 Black to demonstrate the early collodion process invented by Englishman Frederick Scott in 1851. The technique involved adding soluble iodide to a solution of cellulose nitrate and coating a glass plate with the mixture.

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Cynthia Boylan Posted: Feb 18, 2016 0 comments

 The World Press Photo of the Year award winner is Australian photographer Warren Richardson for his dramatic black-and-white image, "Hope for a New Life." This photo was also awarded first prize in the Spot News category.

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