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”

10. Oktober 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für Behind the Scenes: Shooting 8×10 Polaroids of Strangers

Behind the Scenes: Shooting 8×10 Polaroids of Strangers

Film photographer and YouTuber Willem Verbeeck recently set out on a fun project that will appeal to portrait photographers, film lovers, Polaroid fans, and large format shooters alike. He teamed up with a camera store to shoot 8×10 … Read the rest “Behind the Scenes: Shooting 8×10 Polaroids of Strangers”

14. August 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für This Photographer Turned His Front Door Into a Camera to Capture COVID Portraits

This Photographer Turned His Front Door Into a Camera to Capture COVID Portraits

Photographer Kyle Roper is no stranger to unique camera creations; he was the producer for the viral Skyscraper Camera Project. But his latest project is a bit smaller and more intimate. Amid the pandemic, he turned his front door into a cam… Read the rest “This Photographer Turned His Front Door Into a Camera to Capture COVID Portraits”