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Black-and-White Special

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Black-and-white is the theme of today’s post as we look at three newsworthy events from the past 24 hours. Mitch Dobrowner DPReview says that storm-chasing photographer Mitch Dobrowner and his guide Roger Hill have been following and photographing weather foul and fouler across the United States, and terms the results Read more…

The Day of the Photographer and the Beauty of Women

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A Day Dedicated to Photography You know about Father’s Day, Mother’s Day, and Secretaries’ Day (and perhaps there’s also a Boss’ Day).  If you think photogs should get a ‘day’ of their own, head on over to World Photography Day – you’ll get what you want!  This website evidently lives Read more…

The Great Outdoors: ‘Being There’ with Bridget Besaw

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Melding activism with artistry, both of which are underpinned by self-evident talent, Bridget Besaw treats us to some sumptuous photographs which accompany her interview on the Leica Blog. Colour is not a quality that is usually associated with the Leica Blog but in Besaw’s case not only does one get Read more…

Artsy Fartsy, Lah-de-Dah High Society, and . . . good old National Geographic?

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Earlier we had blogged about National Geographic’s Traveler Photo Contest among others and in October last year we had identified several common elements in the winning photos in last year’s edition of Traveler, i.e., the unifying themes. Guess what?  They changed things around in this year’s contest and chose a Read more…

National Geographic’s Auction at Christie’s

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Just about now, Christie’s Online-Only auction of fine photographs is finishing.  And it was no ordinary auction; it was about 125 Years of National Geographic Photography in which “Christie’s and National Geographic selected 125 iconic pictures in celebration of National Geographic’s 125th anniversary.” Given the quality and provenance of these Read more…

Masters of Vision: Landscape Art Photography

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We post a near-weekly article on an exhibition or a gallery on our sister blog on our consumer site.  Let’s change ends and bring an exceptional exhibition to our professional-side readers. Masters of Vision is a Landscape exhibition like few others.  This British biennale will get underway in August.  This Read more…

Story-Review-Gallery Combo

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Story The title ‘Copyrights, Model Releases, And Contracts: What Every Photographer Should Know!’ perfectly describes Maria Piscopo roundup on Shutterbug.  It is a Q&A session with three lawyers and a media society ex-president. Besides the words ‘copyright’, ‘contract’, and ‘release’, one other not-so-pleasant word recurs and dominates this write-up – Read more…

Two Galleries: Of Man and Machine

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‘Man,’ by Paul Ripke The Leica Blog has just published an interview, with the obligatory mini-gallery, with photographer Paul Ripke.  Among his forte´ is Portrait Photography and many images in the mini-gallery fall in this category. Ripke’s ultra-natural, casual and modernistic style cuts both ways.  It’s rare to find a Read more…

China’s Ubiquitous Anonymous High-Rises by Christopher Domakis

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“Lots of massive residential ‘towers’ and enormous separated complexes of buildings” in Chinese cities was one of the projects that photographer Christopher Domakis embarked upon in his series on ‘Urbanization.’  The spectacular results can be viewed on Microcosm on Behance. Domakis documents how people live like sardines in matchboxes, not Read more…

Sweetness and Happiness; Bitterness and Sadness

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Sweetness and Happiness Jonas Peterson has just published a gallery of his photographs of the wedding of ‘Michael and Natalia’ and it is fantastic.  Peterson, a globetrotting “destination wedding photographer,” is an Adelaide resident and is the Queensland AIPP Wedding Photographer of the Year.  He tells the ‘story’ of a Read more…

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