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Each year, the International Center of Photography honors a select group of photographers for outstanding contribution to the field. In a Special Presentation, ICP honored Jeff Bridges, who, in his more than 30 years in front of a camera, has also spent time behind it, capturing unguarded – and often delightful – moments for cast […]
Another great video from Dave Hill. Here he takes you on and adventure of a fly through of layering his images (11 in this video) to create a single usable image. More of Dave’s work at DavehillPhoto.com
Great Interview with Bob Gruen who captured Rock and Roll in its heyday, living with bands, joining them on the road and living the lifestyle. He captured one of the most recognizable images in the history of music photography, John Lennon wearing his New York City T-Shirt. The video starts off with news on the […]
Drawing from 36 years of international travel, Art Wolfe delves into a vast range of subjects; from discovering the subject to elements of design and even new works. Imagery of nature, wildlife, and the world’s varied landscapes will round out the curriculum to provide the most comprehensive and imaginative class available. See more at www.artwolfe.com
This is a wonderful look back at photos that were taken in the same location and then being recreated with the same location, props and sometimes wardrobe pieces. Photos by Irina Werning. See more at her website
I had the opportunity to attend a workshop with Chase Jarvis in Seattle and he gives a ton back to the community with his ideas and teaching. In this video, he creates an image for Samsung for their series 9 pre calibrated monitors, based on a recurring dream he had. Using a trampoline and some […]
Do you leave you camera on “P” mode because you think it means professional? You might get a kick out of this video put out by Sony.
Sean O’Hagan meets the nominees for the annual Deutsche Börse photography prize: Mishka Henner, who puts Google Street View to imaginative use; Cristina de Middel, who reimagines the 60s space programme in Zambia; Chris Killip, who asks What Happened, Great Britain; and duo Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin, who have reworked a Bertolt Brecht book.
I’m sure you’ve heard of the MōVi. Well if you can’t afford to buy it, you can maybe build one yourself. If you want the real thing, then check out this previous video we posted.