12. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für ‘Do It Justice’ is a Poignant Film About the Value of Capturing Moments

‘Do It Justice’ is a Poignant Film About the Value of Capturing Moments

Commercial film director Nate Townsend produced this compelling short film that reminds viewers about the value and importance of capturing moments. Made as a reminder to his deceased father, Townsend’s film is based on the dedic… Read the rest “‘Do It Justice’ is a Poignant Film About the Value of Capturing Moments”

21. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Leica Ad is an Evocative Reminder of Photography’s Importance

Leica Ad is an Evocative Reminder of Photography’s Importance

Commercials don’t have to be powerful and emotional works of art, but they are often much more successful if they are. Leica’s latest 1-minute ad is just that: an evocative reminder of photography’s value to society.

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21. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Leica Ad is an Evocative Reminder of Photography’s Importance

Leica Ad is an Evocative Reminder of Photography’s Importance

Commercials don’t have to be powerful and emotional works of art, but they are often much more successful if they are. Leica’s latest 1-minute ad is just that: an evocative reminder of photography’s value to society.

T… Read the rest “Leica Ad is an Evocative Reminder of Photography’s Importance”

7. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Photographer Mixes Silhouettes with Sky Photos to Make Whimsical Scenes

Photographer Mixes Silhouettes with Sky Photos to Make Whimsical Scenes

Have you ever stared up at clouds and tried to see shapes in the formations? Photographer Lân Nguyen channels that energy into images that mix silhouettes with colorful cloud-dotted skyscapes to create dreamy scenes.

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7. Januar 2021
von Brian Christianson
Kommentare deaktiviert für Learning to See Again

Learning to See Again

Crash! I tentatively turn my body in the direction of the sound already aware of its cause. There, a few feet away in the rocks, lay one of my cameras, its lens akimbo.

The camera had been capturing a time-lapse of the sunrise. The raging wind ha… Read the rest “Learning to See Again”

31. Dezember 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für 78-Year-Old Everglades Photographer Didn’t Let a Stroke Slow Him Down

78-Year-Old Everglades Photographer Didn’t Let a Stroke Slow Him Down

Photographer Clyde Butcher is most well known for his giant photos of the Everglades taken with a large-format camera. In 2017 he suffered a stroke, but that setback hasn’t slowed him down. In this 4.5-minute video, Butcher explain… Read the rest “78-Year-Old Everglades Photographer Didn’t Let a Stroke Slow Him Down”

31. Dezember 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für 78-Year-Old Everglades Photographer Didn’t Let a Stroke Slow Him Down

78-Year-Old Everglades Photographer Didn’t Let a Stroke Slow Him Down

Photographer Clyde Butcher is most well known for his giant photos of the Everglades taken with a large-format camera. In 2017 he suffered a stroke, but that setback hasn’t slowed him down. In this 4.5-minute video, Butcher explain… Read the rest “78-Year-Old Everglades Photographer Didn’t Let a Stroke Slow Him Down”

28. Dezember 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Oprah Spots Struggling Photographer’s Tweet, Offers Him a Job

Oprah Spots Struggling Photographer’s Tweet, Offers Him a Job

A struggling photographer recently published a Tweet in a last-ditch effort to find some work, and the Hail Mary paid off in a big way: Oprah Winfrey saw it and Tweeted him a job offer.

The Coronavirus Pandemic has had a major impact on photogr… Read the rest “Oprah Spots Struggling Photographer’s Tweet, Offers Him a Job”

17. Dezember 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Five Mistakes to Avoid When Shooting Landscape Photography

Five Mistakes to Avoid When Shooting Landscape Photography

Becoming a successful landscape photographer is a complicated, challenging journey that is impossible to distill into a few words. But in this 9-minute video, Michael Shainblum at least tries to point out five mistakes he knows keeps you … Read the rest “Five Mistakes to Avoid When Shooting Landscape Photography”

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”

25. November 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für These Photos Document an Incredible 28-Hour, 62-Mile Open-Water Swim

These Photos Document an Incredible 28-Hour, 62-Mile Open-Water Swim

On June 26, 2020, former Malta Olympian Neil Agius completed a 100 kilometer (~62-mile) open-water swim between Sicily and Malta in record-setting time. Photographer Kurt Arrigo accompanied Agius and documented the incredible feat.

A… Read the rest “These Photos Document an Incredible 28-Hour, 62-Mile Open-Water Swim”

13. Oktober 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Why Do Bad Photographers Think They Are Good?

Why Do Bad Photographers Think They Are Good?

Have you ever met a photographer who thinks their work is incredible, but you don’t agree? Perhaps they’re actually really bad? In this 9-minute video, Scott Choucino explains how and why this happens, and how you can avoid it… Read the rest “Why Do Bad Photographers Think They Are Good?”

10. Oktober 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für Using a UV Camera to Reveal Hidden Ultraviolet Patterns Humans Can’t See

Using a UV Camera to Reveal Hidden Ultraviolet Patterns Humans Can’t See

Photographer and “mad scientist” Don Komarechka is back for a DPReview TV episode on ultraviolet light. Specifically, he explains how a modified camera-and-filter combination can reveal hidden ultraviolet patterns tha… Read the rest “Using a UV Camera to Reveal Hidden Ultraviolet Patterns Humans Can’t See”

17. August 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für Astronaut and Photographer Team Up on First-of-Its-Kind Photo Book

Astronaut and Photographer Team Up on First-of-Its-Kind Photo Book

Photographer Roland Miller and Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli recently teamed up in a first-of-its-kind collaboration between an Earth-bound artist and a ISS-bound astronaut, to create a one-of-a-kind photo book that will appeal to … Read the rest “Astronaut and Photographer Team Up on First-of-Its-Kind Photo Book”

13. August 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für Russell Kirsch, Inventor of the Pixel, Passed Away This Week

Russell Kirsch, Inventor of the Pixel, Passed Away This Week

Computer scientist Russell A. Kirsch, the inventor of the pixel and an undisputed pioneer of digital imaging, passed away on Tuesday in his Portland home from complications arising from a form of Alzheimer’s disease. He was 91 year… Read the rest “Russell Kirsch, Inventor of the Pixel, Passed Away This Week”

13. August 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für AIPP Silver Lining Awards Show Off Some of Australia’s Best Photography

AIPP Silver Lining Awards Show Off Some of Australia’s Best Photography

In an attempt to make the best of a difficult year, the Australian Institute Of Professional Photography (AIPP) put on a unique photo contest. Called the “Silver Lining Awards,” the competition didn’t just highlight … Read the rest “AIPP Silver Lining Awards Show Off Some of Australia’s Best Photography”