Photography and Ideology

Photography and Ideology
We tend to read things into pictures that aren’t really there, and we then criticize either their makers, those depicted, or the context in which they can be found for their flaws, without considering our own role. However valid that criticism might be …
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5 Food Photography Tips & Tools for Food Bloggers
Food photography and I have had a bit of a rocky relationship. When I began my blog, I had no idea that photography would play such a pivotal role in its growth. For more than nine months, I used my iPhone, shot under hazy yellow kitchen lights, and …
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Randolph Community College’s Top-Notch Photography Program
One of the top photography programs on the East Coast can be found at a small community college in Asheboro, where old-school film techniques prepare artists to work in the digital age. It’s a blue-collar program. Everyone I meet tells me that, which is …
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Is Photography Dying As A Profession?

Is Photography Dying As A Profession?
For example, have you visited any online photography forums lately? If not, you might want to check out some of the ongoing (and often heated) discussions about the photography business. I guarantee you’ll find a hot thread in there somewhere that talks …
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Reflection Photography Tips & Tricks
Reflections are a mainstay of photography, and with good reason – reflections are everywhere in the world around us, and can provide a variety of effects, from spectacular symmetrical sunsets to eerie window portraits. Here’s some tips, tricks and ideas …
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Aerial Photography by Hans Strand
For aerial photography I prefer manual focus lenses which I prefocus at infinity before I take off. Infinity, since everything I shoot from the air will be further away than 100 meters from me. Such yellow, orange and red colors could not simply exist!
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Latest Photography News

Wedding Photography Checklist
Hiring a professional wedding photographer will assure that you’ll get polished photographs with a particular detail and styling perfect for your big day. There are certain questions you’ll want to ask a wedding photographer before hiring them.
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Learn Photography Online for Free from Harvard University
Available as a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) offered by ALISON, Harvard University’s Digital Photography Course will teach you the fundamentals of photography, ranging from topics like composition, lighting, and even the software tools that can help …
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How to Teach Kids Photography
You all know that I LOVE taking pictures – and I love sharing that love with others. I was recently asked if I would teach a kids’ photography class, and I thought it was a great idea! It was seriously SO FUN, my favorite kids’ “craft” class I …
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5 Ways Pop Culture Has Transformed Photography

5 Ways Pop Culture Has Transformed Photography
Thanks to the ever improving quality of smartphone cameras and photo-sharing social media outlets like Instagram, everyone is now a photographer. Instagram filters and editing apps like Snapseed and VSCO Cam allow users to quickly create sometimes quite …
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Action figure & toy models photography tips
Action figure / toy photography is a relatively new genre of photography that has risen in popularity in recent years. Photos often feature well-known characters in unusual situations, or playing characters from different ‘universes’ off against one another.
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13 Tips For Beautiful & Tempting iPhone Food Photography
Food makes an excellent subject for still life iPhone photography, and you can achieve some incredibly artistic results. But great food photography means more than just snapping what’s on your dinner plate. Just like any other photography genre, there …
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Evan Sharboneau Trick Photography And Special Effects Review (Ebook FAQ And PDF Download Guide)

hdr2Evan Sharboneau Trick Photography And Special Effects Review (Ebook FAQ And PDF Download Guide)
Trick Photography And Special Effects 2 is a digital product and can be downloaded instantly after purchase in PDF (ebook) format or viewed online. The complete system includes PDF guides and video tutorials. Trick Photography And Special Effects 2 is …
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Guide to Composition in Photography 20 Tips
Improve your photographic composition by following these guidelines. There are no unbreakable rules when it comes to how you should compose your photographs After all, who likes rules except for your old school principal or heads of H.R. departments?
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50 Inspirational Photography Logos
If you’re a freelance photographer, or are involved in a photo festivals or studio, there’s no shortage of photography logos to inspire you. Though photographers aren’t logo designers, they are creatives with their own style which tends to be …
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Latest Photography News

Great Movies About Photography
The passion around photography can be triggered by many sources available in life. One such source is the great stories about other photographers. The most visual form to get in touch with a story is with the wonderful world of film. Thanks to movies and …
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HereNorth Photography
A traveling wedding photographer rooted in the northeast, I work with you to bring a still, raw, authentic beauty to your images that tell the history of your love, while making the process as smooth and relaxed as possible. what inspires you? With a …
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the best camera for street photography
What is the best camera for street photography? What do you recommend? That is the question I get asked most. In the last years I have been changing cameras a lot always in the search for the better on. In retrospect I can say gear swapping did not really …
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5 Unconventional Photography Services
Photography services are always in demand. If you’re a photographer, you have the ability to create a very successful work-at-home business by photographing a variety of events, besides the typical family photo shoots and senior pictures. This can allow …
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Photography and Ideology
We tend to read things into pictures that aren’t really there, and we then criticize either their makers, those depicted, or the context in which they can be found for their flaws, without considering our own role. However valid that criticism might be …
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16 Photography Projects for 2016
At the start of every year, or sometimes in the middle of one, a photographer, or mom with a camera decides that their goal is to improve their photography. One of the best ways to start is to start one of the many photography projects out there.
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Latest Photography News

Flying drone with cameraScientists expose security flaws in drones
Watkins said he hopes the studies serve as a wake-up call so that future drones for recreation, aerial photography, package deliveries and other commercial and public safety tasks will leave the factories with enhanced security features already on board …
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The Next Revolution in Photography Is Coming
It’s time to stop talking about photography. It’s not that photography is dead as many have claimed, but it’s gone. Just as there’s a time to stop talking about girls and boys and to talk instead about women and men so it is with photography …
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Jeff Bezos Reveals Blue Origin Launch Date to Test Parachute Failure
Mike Brown is a London-based writer with a passion for tech, politics, and photography. After studying Journalism at Columbia University in New York, he returned to the UK to cover the news as it happens around Europe. His work has been featured in IBTimes …
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trendTalking Business: Little Creek Photography & Design Studios
Currey and her husband, Josh Currey, last year opened Little Creek Photography & Design Studios, a Longview “share studio” that photographers can rent out at hourly or daily rates. “If you love photography or you’re a photographer and you don’t have a …
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7 Questions for an Accidental Pioneer of Street Style Photography
Long before “street style” as we now know it, photographer Jamel Shabazz’s pictures captured a vital slice of urban life, of ’80s New York pre-Broken Windows. His prodigious, matter-of-fact photos are praised in equal measure as both the purview of hip …
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Shaking Up Beauty Standards: A Photography Revolution on the Way?
Discovering his love for photography at a very young age, his curiosity led him to the darkroom at the age of ten. He moved from Miami to El Salvador, then Paris, and finally London in 2004. He was the main in-house photographer for Tigi Haicare for 11 …
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trend[NSFW] This Is Nuts: Meet the Penis Fashion Photographer
The next time you’re having a rough day thinking about how all your photography is looking the same, the competition is stiff, and bookings are down, remember that there are photographers out there taking pictures exclusively of the male anatomy and …
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Stunning Wildlife Photography by Mark Bridger | The Weather Channel
From red deer mid bellow to owls in flight, photographer Mark Bridger snaps photos of U.K. wildlife in action, capturing their interactions with the world around them. “I like to try to capture the character of the animal I’m photographing. Sometimes …
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Bonny Zanardi: Photography examines eating alone
Jeannette Ferrary’s food-obsessed street photography is on view in “Eating Alone” in the City Arts of San Mateo Gallery. A reception with the artist will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday. She wondered how a person feels when eating alone, if there was …
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