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Eric Dusenbery Mar 23, 2012 Published: Feb 01, 2012 1 comments
“Our family came to America from Vietnam in the 1960s. When I first came to America, I came with fear. I was unsure of what I was going to find, my family had to be broken up. I had no clue if they had made it to America safely.”—Khanh Duong (Excerpt from Liana Bui’s student photo/oral history project.)
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Barry Tanenbaum Mar 28, 2012 Published: Feb 01, 2012 0 comments
That picture always held a fascination,” Michael Crouser says of an image he took in Paris in 1986. “It was just after college, and I hadn’t come to the point of understanding what my own aesthetic tastes were, but in that picture there was a hint of things to come…a bit of foreshadowing of the things I would go on to do.”
Mike Butler Oct 12, 2011 Published: Sep 01, 2011 26 comments
Shooting architecture has always been a complex matter and while the challenges remain the digital medium has helped overcome many hurdles. Challenges such as color balance, lighting consistency, and the need to hide every single light and cord have been lessened. In this article I will describe one challenge that exemplifies how I now use digital to make images that would have been logistical nightmares in the past.
John Siskin Jun 01, 2010 0 comments

I probably take more pictures of people working than any other subject. Since I am a commercial photographer this makes a lot of sense. I love taking shots of people actually working; they provide wonderful opportunities to see people involved in something they take seriously. You can often get shots where people really aren’t paying attention to you, just doing what they do. Work shots...

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Lynne Eodice Apr 01, 2005 7 comments

All photos by Wilhelm Scholz

Just talking to photographer Wilhelm Scholz on the phone inspires wanderlust. "It's all location work," he explains, "But it can be applied to automotive, cigarette, apparel and many other industries." Scholz has the enviable job of traveling to exotic places to shoot images that are used for advertising here in...

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Steve Bedell Dec 01, 2000 0 comments

This article is aimed mostly at professional photographers but if you don't count yourself among them, please continue reading anyway because I think you'll find some very useful information. Having said that, let's consider one of the most common yet...