Monthly Archives: May 2011

Creative Duos

In a lot of work environments you often work alone, but often will encounter a group or team setting. A group of individuals come together and though they each have their own part, as a whole they make up a … Continue reading

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Photography and Politics

If you don’t live in the tri-state area, you may not have heard, but there is currently a proposed law in New Jersey, that, according to Jezebel: “would make it illegal to photograph or videotape children when ‘a reasonable parent … Continue reading

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Developing Style

I was looking over PDN’s 30 New and Emerging Photographers to Watch in 2011, and was struck by a quote from the Editor: “Personal style is just that: personal. Photographers who have it don’t try to mimic the work that … Continue reading

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Seasons at Yosemite

I read an interview with L.A. Times photographer Mark Boster over on Cool Hunting yesterday and absolutely loved his new series “Four Seasons in Yosemite.” The series is featured in the L.A. Times’ Travel section and, as you may have … Continue reading

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Top Photo Apps for Your Phone

I love photo apps. I actually use the camera on phone pretty much as my go-to point-and-shoot camera right now. Since I use it so much, I’ve added several camera apps that I use frequently…probably more so now than just … Continue reading

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What’s Your Camera Setup?

Via the Defgrip Blog I came across a feature they’ve been doing asking a group of photographers one question, “what’s your camera setup?” All photographers approach their work differently, and of course it also depends on the type of photography … Continue reading

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