Emerging Talent The Surreal Imagery of Martin Marcisovsky

Dublin-based photographer Martin Marcisovsky captures subjects placed in distinctly dream-like landscapes. There is a feeling of voyeurism as you look at these lonely figures. The subjects seem to be ... See full article

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Writing Makes Photographers More Creative 5 Easy Tips

Getting personal and a little scientific here… Once our basic three needs are met (and often even when they’re not), there exists within the human species a hard-wired desire to pursue hap... See full article

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Nikon D600 Camera is Here. Its FULL FRAME, but What Do YOU Think?

Alright photo friends, gear geeks, and camera droolers. Big announcement today at Haus of Gaga Nikon. Another news bomb just got dropped – the much-anticipated Nikon D600 is here. Not unlike the... See full article

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The Lumineers on chasejarvisLIVE [video of live performances part 1 of 2]

I had the Lumineers on the show back in April. They’ve been on my radar for a while, probably one of my favorites right now. As anticipated they brought down the house for our privileged in-stud... See full article

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Your Creative Rights Revealing the Facts from the Fiction: chasejarvisLIVE + ASMP [re-watch]

In this new age of media, have you ever wondered how to share, promote and pimp your photos and videos using social sharing tools, but maintain your rights to them? What if someone wants to buy, licen... See full article

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Traveling for Photo and Video Shoots 12 Mission Critical Tips for Travel Packing

So youre going on the road to shoot photos/videos for fun or for a client? Kate here again, Executive Producer over here at Team Chase. This is part 3 of 4 on how to pack like a boss. Check out the... See full article

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Stunning Photos of Africa from Above

As some of you might recall, I recently had the good fortune to work and travel on the African continent. Shooting in that area of the world is something that I’ve always wanted to do – an... See full article

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Emerging Talent: Eric Roses Raw, Intense Photography

Freckles on skin. The beauty of a clavicle, jutting through fragile epidermis. Long fingers clasped together. Skinned knees. Natural light, wafting across delicate features. The pure gorgeous intensit... See full article

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Tribute to Apocalypse Now Heart of Coppola

In honor of the 33rd anniversary of Apocalypse Now, film editor Brian Caroll put this mash up together. It’s a gem. Makes me want to go back and watch the movie and the epic documentary Hearts o... See full article

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Best Photo Locations: Bushwick, Brooklyn

Before the last of the breweries closed its doors in 1976, Bushwick was known as the “beer capital of the Northeast.” The collapse of the beer industry eroded the neighborhood’s econ... See full article

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Traveling for Photo and Video Shoots 12 Mission Critical Tips for Pre-Production

So youre going on the road to shoot photos/videos for fun or for a client? Kate here again, Executive Producer over here at Team Chase. This is part 2 of 4 on how to make it happen. In my last post... See full article

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Quick & Dirty Time-lapse Photography [tech]

How many seconds of time-lapse video can be produced in two hours? I sat at the top of Signal Hill in Capetown, South Africa a few weeks ago to demonstrate the possibilities. I explain in the video ab... See full article

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Emerging Talent: Burning Man + Beyond Darren Millers Performance Artists [as captured by one]

Happy Labor Day! Today there are thousands upon thousands of people streaming out of the Nevada desert from the annual gathering called Burning Man. A friend called the annual event, ‘the most s... See full article

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Gods Eye View [perspective]

In this e’ve seen Tarantino’s FROM BELOW, Wes Anderson’s FROM ABOVE, a mash-up of BREAKING BAD POVs and the final perspective piece of this series of posts, compiled from many well-k... See full article

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Observing a Meth Lab & the Chemist: Breaking Bad POV [perspective]

If you like my earlier post on Quentin Tarantino’s FROM BELOW perspective and Wes Anderson’s well-known perspective of FROM ABOVE- check out another one of our favorite examples of perspec... See full article

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From Above: Comes Wes Anderson [perspective]

If you like my earlier post on Quentin Tarantino’s FROM BELOW perspective – check out another great director’s work FROM ABOVE. Like Tarantino, Wes Anderson’s movies are immedi... See full article

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From Below: Comes Tarantino [perspective]

Perspective. I’ve mentioned it before. Shifting yours can impact your work substantially. As an example, I found this short piece highlighting the work of Quentin Tarantino. One of his favorite ... See full article

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Emerging Talent: Kindra Timmerwilkes Moody, Intensely Personal 365 Days Project

The work of Kindra Timmerwilke is a great example of commitment to craft. She’s been following her passion for photography with diligence – despite having a day job. Based out of Seattle, ... See full article

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Inspirational Photos by Neil Armstrong Primary Photographer on the First Successful Manned Mission to the Moon

Neil Armstrong passed this weekend. I was sad to hear the news that the man who spoke those immortal words that inspired the world: “It’s a small step for [a] man, a giant leap for mankind... See full article

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Big Art Mob Project Aims to Map a Global Collection of Public + Street Art

Art created for the sole intent of eliciting surprise and delight- often with anonymity – makes the world a more creative place. A story on NPR caught my eye yesterday – about a project th... See full article

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Snapshots of the Famous by the Famous

There is a raw, metaphysical power in snapshots that cannot be denied. Throughout my career I have been hired or commissioned to create very specific technical photos. There are lights and crews and m... See full article

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Spilling the Beans on Twit Photo with Leo Laporte + Catherine Hall

In a jet-lagged haze working abroad last week one of those reminder alarms hit my computer desktop while I was buried in some email that said, “Twit Photo 1pm”. After a moment of confusion... See full article

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Emerging Talent: Thomas Czarneckis Dead Disney Princesses A Morbid Twist on Childhood Classics

Disney movies are an integrated part of childhood for most Westernized culture, to the point where if someone is presented with a picture of any of the “princesses” they can immediately id... See full article

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Mind Blowing Moment: Dolphin Encounter in South Africa

After some initial cheering and howling, no one said a word for the longest time. Silence and awe. Where there had been lively conversation just moments before – there was now only the sound of ... See full article

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Traveling for Photo + Video Shoots [10 Mission Critical Tips for Booking Photo + Video Travel]

So youre going on the road to shoot photos/videos for fun or for a client? Kate here again, Executive Producer over here at Team Chase. Ive been thinking a lot about shooting (for work or play) ... See full article

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