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A Journey Through The History of Photography in Kodak’s Technology Vault

DIYPhotography A Journey Through The History of Photography in Kodak’s Technology Vault http://bit.ly/1OgOC94 A Journey Through The History of Photography in Kodak’s Technology Vault From a complicated, time-consuming and expensive process to the simple press of a button, photography has come a very long way since the first cameras came along in the early 1800’s. The vast majority of this fascinating evolution can be seen in this video where Chris Marquardt went on a private tour of Kodak’s technology vault. […]

Interview: Rick Smolan’s Journey Across the Outback

Popular Photography The story of an amazing photographic journey Interview: Rick Smolan’s Journey Across the Outback New interactive book brings together a National Geographic photographer’s vintage slides with film stills from Tracks Read More at Popular Photography

Doing What You Love and Earning a Living From It: One Photographer’s Journey

Fstoppers Need some inspiration? We’ve got you covered. Doing What You Love and Earning a Living From It: One Photographer’s Journey Many of us feel the allure of a career as a professional photographer, the sort of mystique that surrounds going into any creative field. On the other hand, that’s often tempered by financial and practical concerns. This great video talks about one man’s journey from the 9-5 to professional photogra… Read More at Fstoppers

Explore Olivia Arthur’s latest photographic journey in the exhibit opening of ‘S…

Magnum Photos Explore Olivia Arthur’s latest photographic journey in the exhibit opening of ‘Sound of Harris.’ Arthur takes a look at the Outer Hebrides in Scotland and the harsh conditions in which people work to make a living. See the exhibit at the Leica Studio in London from December 2-10: http://bit.ly/SoundofHarris Scotland. Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides. Ram’s skull at night. 2015. © Olivia Arthur & Philipp Ebeling/Magnum Photos. Read More at Magnum Photos

This Cockpit Time-Lapse Takes You on an 11-Hour Journey in Four Minutes

Fstoppers London to San Francisco in just four minutes! This Cockpit Time-Lapse Takes You on an 11-Hour Journey in Four Minutes One perk of being an airline pilot is being routinely exposed to some of the best views on (technically, above) Earth. This neat time-lapse compresses an 11-hour flight into four gorgeous minutes. Read More at Fstoppers

Capturing a Rare Solar Eclipse Near the North Pole: Reuben Krabbe’s Epic Photo Journey

Shutterbug Magazine Amazing story with incredible images by Reuben Krabbe Photography. Capturing a Rare Solar Eclipse Near the North Pole: Reuben Krabbe’s Epic Photo Journey Three years ago while looking for his next challenging project, Reuben Krabbe, a 25-year-old Canadian photographer, dreamt up the expedition that had brought a crew of nine—including Cody Townsend, Brody Leven and Chris Rubens, filmmaker Anthony Bone Read More at Shutterbug.com

The End of Medium Format’s Reign: My Journey With Phase One

Fstoppers So long, medium format. The End of Medium Format’s Reign: My Journey With Phase One For many years the real king of detail, sharpness, color, and DOF has been a 16-bit medium format system, such as Phase One. The larger the film (or sensor) the better the quality has been. Naturally, with my quest for maximum quality in every way, the path led me to medium format. Along with an obs… Read More at Fstoppers

8 Travel Photography Tips for Your Next Journey

Digital Photography School A little advice for those of you (and those you know) planning a trip 8 Travel Photography Tips for Your Next Journey If you love to travel with your family but still want to take better photos on your trip, here are 8 travel photography tips to help you. Read More at Digital Photography School

From These Hands: a journey along the coffee trail – a new book from Steve McCur…

Magnum Photos From These Hands: a journey along the coffee trail – a new book from Steve McCurry – Official Page, available signed on the Magnum store – features images taken while on assignment to coffee-growing communities around the world. From the foothills of the Andes to the slopes of Kilimanjaro, his vibrant color images document the realities of life for the people working at the source of this familiar commodity. Photographs range from Colombia, Honduras, Peru, Brazil, Ethiopia, Tanzania, […]

Dusty Journey by Abdullah Metin: #travel

500px Dusty Journey by Abdullah Metin: https://goo.gl/O5Ju4i #travel Read More at 500px

Self Portrait Every Day For 12 Years: Capturing a Journey Through Life

PictureCorrect Photography Tips “It gives me something to strive for, if there’s a fence I’m going to climb it, if there’s a river I’m going to canoe down it, but I’m still going.” -Jeff Harris Self Portrait Every Day For 12 Years: Capturing a Journey Through Life By the time you read this, Jeff Harris will have taken considerably more than 4748 self-portraits. For New Year 1999, rather than resolve, to write a diary for the year, Jeff set himself […]

The Journey by Hengki Lee: #inspiration

500px The Journey by Hengki Lee: http://goo.gl/HS9OS1 #inspiration Read More at 500px

My Journey in Switching to Mirrorless as a Photojournalist

PetaPixel A veteran photojournalist’s journey to mirrorless. My Journey in Switching to Mirrorless as a Photojournalist It started with a phone call from the picture editor of one of UK’s best-selling newspapers asking me to catch a flight that evening to Amsterdam to accomp Read More at PetaPixel

Matt Black: Journey of Aid • Magnum Photos

Magnum Photos A famine has been declared in parts of South Sudan today, the first to be announced in any country since 2011. Matt Black Photography travelled to South Sudan last year to document the journey of humanitarian aid into the country. Matt Black: Journey of Aid • Magnum Photos Matt Black follows the journey of humanitarian aid to a starving South Sudan from a Dubai central hub Read More at Magnum Photos

If lighting knowledge is a journey for every photographer, Blair Bunting wants t…

500px If lighting knowledge is a journey for every photographer, Blair Bunting wants to guide you further down the path with this piece on split color portrait lighting: http://bit.ly/2nhLDs8 Follow Blair Bunting on 500px: http://bit.ly/2nhMs4i and on Facebook: http://bit.ly/2nhMQjc Read More at 500px

The longest stretch of the journey was the train ride from Stockholm all the way…

Magnum Photos The longest stretch of the journey was the train ride from Stockholm all the way to the Northern shore of the Gulf of Bothnia, close to the Arctic circle, with changes in Braecke, Boden and Lulea. They had left Zurich on a warm spring day. Now they were back in snowstorms and freezing temperatures. PHOTO: Lulea, Sweden. April, 2017. © Thomas Dworzak/Magnum Photos Read More at Magnum Photos

Stunning Travel Photos of the Bolivian Landscape Rustic and rugged, exceptiona…

Exposure Guide Stunning Travel Photos of the Bolivian Landscape http://goo.gl/6z8wAJ Rustic and rugged, exceptional in its natural beauty, paradoxical, multifaceted and somewhat full of surprises, Bolivia is one of South America’s most varied and mystifying nations. On a journey to Bolivia not too long ago, touring photographer Antony Harrison documented the spectacular beauty of the South American country in all of its natural magnificence. Read More at Exposure Guide

A New French President: Emmanuel Macron’s Journey to the Elysee • Magnum Photos

Magnum Photos Magnum photographers chart the rise of France’s new President. A New French President: Emmanuel Macron’s Journey to the Elysee • Magnum Photos Magnum photographers chart Macron’s quick rise to becoming President of France Read More at Magnum Photos

This beautiful timelapse takes you to a 30-day maritime journey in just 10 minutes

DIYPhotography Makes you feel small and humble, doesn’t it? Gorgeous timelapse This beautiful timelapse takes you to a 30-day maritime journey in just 10 minutes Jeffrey Tsang is a maritime YouTube vlogger, sailor, and photographer. He sails on a container ship that travels across the globe, and in his latest timelapse he shows you a wonderful journey across the sea. He put 30 days of sailing into only 10 minutes. And these are probably the most awe-inspirin… Read More at […]

The Rohingya’s Desperate Journey Out of Myanmar

Magnum Photos The New Yorker shares Moises Saman’s work documenting the conditions Rohingya refugees are facing as they flee to Bangladesh. The Rohingya’s Desperate Journey Out of Myanmar The photojournalist Moises Saman was in Bangladesh this past week documenting the conditions Rohingya refugees are enduring as they flee. Read More at Magnum Photos

A Journey From Novice to Natural Light Portrait Photographer

One photographer’s journey from beginner to become a more accomplished portrait photographer. A Journey From Novice to Natural Light Portrait Photographer I’m here to share my photography journey that started few years ago as a novice, to where I stand today. As an amateur or hobby photographer, you may relate. The journey from novice to advanced photographer About two years ago, I bought an entry level DSLR, to use it as an expensive point and shoot… Link to the full […]

Take a journey through Henri Cartier-Bresson’s Mexico: PHOTO: Puebla, Mexico. …

Take a journey through Henri Cartier-Bresson’s Mexico: http://bit.ly/2xivclP PHOTO: Puebla, Mexico. 1963. © Henri Cartier-Bresson / Magnum Photos Link to the full Magnum Photos Facebook post

Magnum Photos Now • The Journey • Magnum Photos

Join David Company and Magnum photographers Matt Black and Antoine d’Agata to discuss the Journey as a means of photographic production – October 2nd at the Barbican Centre. Part of the Magnum Photos Now talks programme. Magnum Photos Now • The Journey • Magnum Photos Join David Company and Magnum photographers Matt Black and Antoine d’Agata to discuss the Journey as a means of production Link to the full Magnum Photos story

Desert Journey • Magnum Photos • George Rodger

“The book is more a saga of travel than a chronicle of war … I write only of what I saw” We look back at George Rodger’s classic photoessay. Desert Journey • Magnum Photos • George Rodger The personal diaries of Magnum co-founder George Rodger reveal the reality of a World War II African assignment Link to the full Magnum Photos story

George Rodger’s ‘Desert Journey’ started as a month-long commission for Life: …

George Rodger’s ‘Desert Journey’ started as a month-long commission for Life: http://bit.ly/2u0F0xH PHOTO: A Camel caravan on the route to Kabul from Peshawar. Khyber Pass, Afghanistan. 1941. © George Rodger / Magnum Photos Link to the full Magnum Photos story

Desert Journey • George Rodger • Magnum Photos

‘Desert Journey’ offers an insight into Magnum co-founder George Rodger’s early days as a photojournalist. Desert Journey • George Rodger • Magnum Photos The personal diaries of Magnum co-founder George Rodger reveal the reality of a World War II African assignment Link to the full Magnum Photos story

Greg Pai On “The Voice of the Heart” and photographingGOD Podcast

Journey with photographingGOD founder and photographer, Greg Pai as he leads you through the perils of “the voice of the world” that distances us from our natural existence and connection with God as it defines, informs, and motivates us. Greg suggests an alternative voice that speaks from our hearts. And it was this very voice that inspired Greg to launch photographingGOD.

Do You Have A Train To Catch?

I know. Easier said than done. But how true and profound. Why are we so preoccupied with getting to the destination and so little attention is given to the journey. From when we are young, we are hammered to get good grades so we can go to a good college. We are convinced we need to do well in college so we can get a good job. We strive to do well at our job so we can climb the ladder. We […]

Journey To Antarctica

Photography Life A guest post by Michael Packman on his and his daughter’s exciting and mesmerizing trip to Antarctica: https://photographylife.com/journey-to-antarctica Journey To Antarctica Antarctica…. a place I never thought I would visit. A place on the bottom side of Earth where few people go. Most of my friends, when they learned I would be taking this trip, asked: “why Antarctica? What’s to see besides penguins, seals and ice?” For me and most photography friends of mine, Antarct… Read More at […]

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