13. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Nikon’s Production Volume May Dip As Japan Issues State of Emergency

Nikon’s Production Volume May Dip As Japan Issues State of Emergency

Nikon Japan has published a note indicating that it will be reducing its workforce in accordance to the latest State of Emergency issued by the Japanese government in response to rapidly rising COVID-19 cases and deaths.

Japan’s la… Read the rest “Nikon’s Production Volume May Dip As Japan Issues State of Emergency”

11. Januar 2021
von Steven Prebble
Kommentare deaktiviert für Are Weddings with COVID Restrictions Worth It?

Are Weddings with COVID Restrictions Worth It?

It almost sounds like a cliché at this point to say it, but 2020 wasn’t easy for anyone and the wedding industry was hit particularly hard depending on where in the world you were.

Here in the UK, we’ve had several variations of re… Read the rest “Are Weddings with COVID Restrictions Worth It?”

9. Januar 2021
von David Lipnowski
Kommentare deaktiviert für A Creative Photo a Day Project of What I’m Eating During COVID-19

A Creative Photo a Day Project of What I’m Eating During COVID-19

The pandemic has truly hurt the creative industry. Who knew that a year ago that specializing in portrait photography would hurt my career so badly?

I am living and working in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, where the first wave of COVID-19 was … Read the rest “A Creative Photo a Day Project of What I’m Eating During COVID-19”

2. Januar 2021
von Michael Keesling
Kommentare deaktiviert für Photographic Lessons I Learned During COVID-19

Photographic Lessons I Learned During COVID-19

2020 was not an easy year. The COVID-19 infested, politically-charged year drove us all a little mad. I started isolating in the first week of March — I had a cold and really didn’t know what it was, so my family and I all stayed away from o… Read the rest “Photographic Lessons I Learned During COVID-19”

29. Dezember 2020
von David Poyzer
Kommentare deaktiviert für My Last Mocha: An 8×10 Polaroid Passion Project

My Last Mocha: An 8×10 Polaroid Passion Project

Brzz, bzzzrrr. The rollers on the vintage Polaroid developer start to suck in the 8×10 Polaroid. Dan Bosman, a Mars Cafe barista of 14 years, and I are chatting just like we always do.

“It’s been slow,” says Dan. “None of my regulars have been t… Read the rest “My Last Mocha: An 8×10 Polaroid Passion Project”

22. Dezember 2020
von Andrew Blowers
Kommentare deaktiviert für My Journey So Far in Live Music Photography as a Bass Player

My Journey So Far in Live Music Photography as a Bass Player

Before I picked up a camera and discovered the potential for documentation, I had (still have) a first love: being a bass player. For those not in the know, the bass is the instrument that isn’t the guitar, isn’t the drum kit, and isn’t the voca… Read the rest “My Journey So Far in Live Music Photography as a Bass Player”

16. Dezember 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Harrowing Report Paints Bleak Picture for Wedding Photogs Amid COVID-19

Harrowing Report Paints Bleak Picture for Wedding Photogs Amid COVID-19

The Texas Monthly has published a story highlighting an issue many photographers in the state are struggling with: being forced to choose between making money and putting themselves in harm’s way.

For photographers with health co… Read the rest “Harrowing Report Paints Bleak Picture for Wedding Photogs Amid COVID-19”

15. Dezember 2020
von Joanie Simon
Kommentare deaktiviert für Overcoming My Harshest Critic: Self Sufficient to a Fault

Overcoming My Harshest Critic: Self Sufficient to a Fault

We were several weeks into the lockdown. My optimistic attitude told me that it was the perfect time to write a book. Commercial shoots canceled, personal engagements canceled, nothing but time at home for the foreseeable future. How hard … Read the rest “Overcoming My Harshest Critic: Self Sufficient to a Fault”

14. Dezember 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Disney World Briefly Tested Photoshopping Masks onto Guests

Disney World Briefly Tested Photoshopping Masks onto Guests

Last July, Disney World instituted a policy that required guests to wear masks on the property, with the added step of denying ride photos to those who were not wearing them. The company recently briefly tested digitally adding masks in suc… Read the rest “Disney World Briefly Tested Photoshopping Masks onto Guests”

2. Dezember 2020
von Eric Retterbush
Kommentare deaktiviert für Wet Plate Collodion Portraits of Frontline Medical Workers

Wet Plate Collodion Portraits of Frontline Medical Workers

It hasn’t been easy being a portrait photographer during a pandemic. I opened my tintype portrait studio in February of 2020 with visions of goofy vintage photo remakes and smiling families gracing my lens. By the end of March, it was only st… Read the rest “Wet Plate Collodion Portraits of Frontline Medical Workers”

28. November 2020
von Slater King
Kommentare deaktiviert für Shooting Portraits Inside a London COVID Hospital

Shooting Portraits Inside a London COVID Hospital

I first came to the hospital back in June, having decided that the stories and experiences of the front line staff shouldn’t be forgotten. We’d all seen inside the Italian hospitals, but when the virus hit the UK, there was nothing coming out … Read the rest “Shooting Portraits Inside a London COVID Hospital”

24. November 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für NPPA Requests the CDC Include Photojournalists in Early COVID-19 Vaccine Phase

NPPA Requests the CDC Include Photojournalists in Early COVID-19 Vaccine Phase

The National Press Photographers Association has submitted a request to the CDC that visual journalists be “expressly included” in the first phase of COVID-19 vaccinations which are planned to be first administered to ess… Read the rest “NPPA Requests the CDC Include Photojournalists in Early COVID-19 Vaccine Phase”

13. November 2020
von James Goodnight
Kommentare deaktiviert für The Best Camera is the One You Have: Is an iPhone All You Really Need?

The Best Camera is the One You Have: Is an iPhone All You Really Need?

Things had been comfortable for me. Growing up in the US and then moving to Beijing during my late twenties, I was used to big changes in life. No matter the circumstances, I found my solace in art.

Photography and the pursuit of industry succe… Read the rest “The Best Camera is the One You Have: Is an iPhone All You Really Need?”

11. November 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Jewelry Company’s Ad Campaign Was Shot Entirely Via Facetime

Jewelry Company’s Ad Campaign Was Shot Entirely Via Facetime

Given the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, the entire visual arts industry has been turned upside down at best and ground to a halt at worst. But one company decided to try something different, and just launched an ad campaign shot e… Read the rest “Jewelry Company’s Ad Campaign Was Shot Entirely Via Facetime”

10. November 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Tamron is Asking 40% of its Japanese Factory Workforce to Voluntarily Retire: Report

Tamron is Asking 40% of its Japanese Factory Workforce to Voluntarily Retire: Report

According to a report on Nikkei, Tamron has solicited 200 voluntary retirements from its two factories in the Aomori prefecture in Japan, equal to about 40% of its domestic factory workforce.

Tamron will accept the voluntary retirements … Read the rest “Tamron is Asking 40% of its Japanese Factory Workforce to Voluntarily Retire: Report”

28. Oktober 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Unsurprisingly, Images That Mirror Life During COVID-19 Surged in Popularity This Year

Unsurprisingly, Images That Mirror Life During COVID-19 Surged in Popularity This Year

Early on in the pandemic, you may have noticed that commercials did not deviate from norms, which led to a bit of a reality disconnect between viewers and advertisers. Eight months later, that definitely has changed.

According to AdobeRead the rest “Unsurprisingly, Images That Mirror Life During COVID-19 Surged in Popularity This Year”

30. September 2020
von Caitlyn Edwards
Kommentare deaktiviert für Photographing a Nursing Home Where All Residents Are COVID Positive

Photographing a Nursing Home Where All Residents Are COVID Positive

At its core, photography allows us to tell the story of our history. Years from now, when we look back at images from 2020, our thoughts and feelings on how this year unfolded will be, undoubtedly, extremely complex.

One such image that encap… Read the rest “Photographing a Nursing Home Where All Residents Are COVID Positive”

23. September 2020
von Howard Lao
Kommentare deaktiviert für How I Work Out of My Car as a Sports Photographer

How I Work Out of My Car as a Sports Photographer

My name is Howard Lao, and I’m a freelance sports photographer based in Portland, Oregon. Over the past five years, I’ve covered dozens of track meets. From the 2016 Olympic Trials in Eugene, Oregon, and the World Track Championship… Read the rest “How I Work Out of My Car as a Sports Photographer”

22. September 2020
von Blair Bunting
Kommentare deaktiviert für How COVID-19 is Impacting the Commercial Photography Set

How COVID-19 is Impacting the Commercial Photography Set

Has COVID-19 impacted the look of ad campaigns? Maybe, but probably not by as much as you might think. What is impacted, however, is the way that a commercial photography set operates for the foreseeable future.

As an advertising photograp… Read the rest “How COVID-19 is Impacting the Commercial Photography Set”

17. September 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für Tamron Extends Closure of Two Key Factories Due to Decreased Demand

Tamron Extends Closure of Two Key Factories Due to Decreased Demand

Tamron Japan has issued a statement explaining that it will be extending the closure of two key factories through the end of 2020 because “the global market has not yet recovered” from the financial impact of the COVID-19 pand… Read the rest “Tamron Extends Closure of Two Key Factories Due to Decreased Demand”