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Talking Pictures
Shutterbug Staff Aug 01, 2008 0 comments

I took this picture of my good friend while she was leading a rock route that pushed her skills to the limit. I wanted to be verbally encouraging while she was struggling at the crux, but knew that if I yelled from above her, it would be very distracting. The belayer managed to shout his support to her at just the right time as she worked through the difficult section and finished...

Picture This
Shutterbug Staff Jul 01, 2008 0 comments

Our assignment for Picture This! was "Personal Portraits," and readers responded with wonderful images of those near and dear to them. Each image we received held something very special for the photographer and for those of us who viewed them here at the magazine. We wish we could publish many more than space allows. Once again, it proves the point that photography...

Features
Shutterbug Staff Jul 01, 2008 0 comments

Alfred Louis DeBat, a leading authority on digital imaging and traditional photography, passed away on Sunday, March 30th, after a lengthy battle with cancer. A graduate of Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, DeBat traveled extensively as a photographer and served as editor-in-chief of several prominent imaging publications, including Professional...

Talking Pictures
Shutterbug Staff Jul 01, 2008 0 comments

Sometimes you can become so consumed with the horizontal plane of good composition that you seldom experiment from different perspectives.

One afternoon while trekking around Black Hill Regional Park with my daughter, Allie, I decided to hold my camera in the vertical position and place it on the ground. While she kept an eye on a grey heron, I kept my eye on the road...

Shutterbug Staff Jun 01, 2008 0 comments

As part of our annual Photo Marketing Association (PMA) coverage we ask our reporters to deliver a "Best of Show" award. While each contributor had their own beat, we also asked them to go beyond their respective area of coverage to find what, for them, signified a breakthrough product, technology, or new trend that they felt would affect all photographers in the...

Picture This
Shutterbug Staff Jun 01, 2008 0 comments

Our Picture This! assignment this month was festivals and parades, and we asked readers to submit images from gathering spots and events where people dress up, fly in hot air balloons, and generally experience things that are quite out of the ordinary. We received images from festivals all around the country that delved into all sorts of cultures and holidays, all of which...

Talking Pictures
Shutterbug Staff Jun 01, 2008 0 comments

I took this photo while in New York City with my family in the spring of 2007. I like this image because the old buildings are reflected in the glass of the new building--the past reflected in the present.
--Cindy Burrell
Monte Sereno, CA

Please Read This
The premise of "Talking Pictures" is that...

Picture This
Shutterbug Staff May 01, 2008 0 comments

Our Picture This! assignment this month was all about cityscapes and how we associate a city with the grandeur of its buildings and how the architecture defines its space. Yes, cities have millions of stories within them, but when you step back and view it from a distance it's about its profile and the face it presents to the world. Readers responded with mostly idealized...

Talking Pictures
Shutterbug Staff May 01, 2008 0 comments

A few years ago, on a hot summer afternoon, I was roaming the streets of New York City when I came across a lively group of domino players. They had set up a table on the corner of 91st and Amsterdam and were enjoying a game in the shade. Charmed by the scene, I watched from a distance while I built up the courage to ask if I could photograph them. I knew I couldn't let...

Features
Shutterbug Staff Apr 01, 2008 0 comments

The photographic community, his family and friends mourn the passing of Henry Froehlich, one of the true pioneers and leaders of the photographic industry in the 20th century. He died peacefully on January 24th at the age of 85.

Born Hans Froehlich, August 7, 1922, in the town of Rottweil, Germany, his memoirs indicate that he grew up in a loving family in a...