The Only Subject Youll Ever Need. Ever

Marcin Sobas has a body of work that speaks to a photography maxim: Nature is still the best subject. The endless cycle of birth, growth, death and rebirth; the arc of the sun and the moon in a 24 hou... See full article

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The Largest Mobile Camera in the World Ian Ruhters Wet Plate Photography

Some of you who follow the blog and chasejarvisLIVE probably remember Ian Ruhter from last year’s season finale of the show. I wanted to let y’all know that Ian’s Silver and Light Pr... See full article

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The Secrets of Surf Photography - Chris Burkard Shares His Craft

At 26 years old, Chris Burkard is living the dream of traveling around the world to shoot surfers in exotic places. He’s been recognized for his work with some prestigious awards including a f... See full article

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Reality Bender Interview with Street Artist that Transforms Sidewalks into 3-D Wonderland

Regular readers here know I’m a big fan of street art. And when I find good stuff, I share it. In particular the work of Tracy Lee Stum have blown my mind of late – pushing the boundaries ... See full article

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Transparent Cameras Photo Gallery of X-Rayed Cameras

In the shuffle of airport security I like to sneak a peek over the shoulder of the TSA agent and catch a glimpse of my gear as it moves through the X-ray. Shaving kit, headphones, a book, my ipad and ... See full article

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Photo History 101: Rare Color Photos of Paris in the Early 1900s

There is a school of thought that proposes the Earth is home to a smattering of “sacred sites” — energy centers, places of mystery and wonder — earth Chakras some call them. Th... See full article

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Me, Myself and I Francois Brunelle and his Doppelgnger Project [Find Your Look Alike]

Canadian photographer Francois Brunelle spent 12 years tracking down real life Doppelgngers — two individuals who are not related but could pass for identical twins — and photographing t... See full article

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Legendary Celebrity Photog Chris Buck + Musical Guest Hey Marseilles on cjLIVE Wed, February 20th

Legendary photographer Chris Buck has has taken the concept of “celebrity photography” and flipped it upside-down. By applying a playful, twisted fine art mentality to celebrity photograph... See full article

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Dream Photos and Proof That Our Mind is Made of Creative Gold [work of Ronen Goldman]

What’s in a dream? For me, dreams have always been an incredibly powerful driver for creativity. At least a day or two every week, I wake up at 3am, scurry out of bed and make some notes about a... See full article

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Best Album Art from the Past Year [19 images]

The big record companies are struggling. Indie labels are struggling. The photographers, illustrators, and graphic designers who create album covers are NOT struggling. The music industry is an ... See full article

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Interview with a Collector The Discovery and Legacy of the Vivian Maier Collection

I’m a huge fan of Vivian Maier’s work. When I heard that there was an exhibition of her work right in my backyard (over at PCNW) it made me want to share some insight. In this interview, P... See full article

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Holy Sheep LED Artwork of Sheep Herding [Suspect]

In a virtual world full of fans, circles, followers and friends, today we celebrate the world’s greatest follower: the sheep. Consider: A clever group of Welsh hill farmers dress their flock of ... See full article

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Snowshoe Art Creativity Out in the Cold

There’s a magical impermanence to Simon Beck’s “Snow Art,” like low tide beach sculptures or Buddhist sand mandalas. Created using snowshoes and precise orienteering, these sno... See full article

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Visual Fuel: 5 Websites Worth the Click [Creative Inspiration]

As a creative you likely already have your ‘go-to’ sources for visual inspiration. There’s certainly no shortage of them; from 500px.com to the Atlantic’s In Focus blog, the in... See full article

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Skate This: Recycled Skateboard Sculptures

From the street to the gallery: Ever wonder what happens to old skateboards that get tossed when next year’s decks come out? Turns out some of them make it into the three-dimensional sculptures ... See full article

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Stunning Portraits of Children from 169 Countries The American Melting Pot

How does that song go? “I believe the children are our future.” While it’s an obvious statement, apparently photographer Danny Goldfield shares this same sentiment. Over a period of ... See full article

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As the Drone Flies: Compelling Art Inspired by Unmanned Aviation Vehicles

Just how history will judge our country’s use of drones in the “War on Terror” is not for me to decide. I’m not going to to wax political or to publicize in which direction my ... See full article

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A Curation of SuperRad Photos The Best of 2012 [43 images]

It’s New Year’s Eve 2012! While the New Year stands for new beginnings, resolutions, and clean slates, it’s also a chance to look back at 2012… a fascinating year. From the eye... See full article

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LIVE Photoshoot using the Worlds Biggest Camera + The Power of Personal Work [chasejarvisLIVE Wednesday December 19th]

The LIVE broadcast is Wednesday December 19th. Check out the post below and be sure to tune into http://www.chasejarvis.com/live 11am SEA time (2pm NYC -19:00 London) and enjoy the show. See y... See full article

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The Vulgar Photographer Trespasser on the Sacred Ground of Fine Art Institutions?

The Fine Art world has always been an interest of mine. In fact, I was pursuing a graduate degree in the philosophy of art before I quit to pursue making photography full time. Quitting was the result... See full article

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Top 10 Tips to Get Your Work into the Gallery Exclusive Interview with a Collector

W.M. Hunt is a champion of photography A collector, curator and consultant who lives and works in New York. He is the author of The Unseen Eye: Photographs from the Unconscious, Published in... See full article

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Drug Abuse Portraits: Haunting Before & After Drug Addiction Photos by Roman Sakovich

London photographer Roman Sakovich has hit a nerve – many nerves that is, including mine – with his recent portrait series titled “Half”. Thru some simple but astute post produ... See full article

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Photographing Time Artist Jay Mark Johnson Captures the 4th Dimension

“You unlock this door with the key of imagination. Beyond it is another dimension – a dimension of sound, a dimension of sight, a dimension of mind” So began every episode for the... See full article

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Mind-Blowing Photos of the Solar System

Felix Baumgartner’s skydive from space, inspired me to look at more mind-blowing photography from outside our atmosphere. The photography and work of Michael Benson caught my attention. He has c... See full article

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Uncanny Upside Down Photos The Faces of Unemployment by Marc Vicens

I am a big believer in aiming to be different, not necessarily better than everyone else. Marc Vicen’s recent work, a collection of portraits named, “Hanging – The Faces of Unemploym... See full article

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