Inspiring New York City Time Lapse: The Manhattan Project

I’m headed back to New York city this week. The city has a unique way of pushing photographers and filmmakers to be more creative. The constant pulse of visual inspiration is motivational. My ow... See full article

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Friday Fun The Lemon-Ginger Caipirinha

It’s summertime and the weekend is here. I had the good fortune of discovering this fresh Brazilian cocktail this week in Guaruja surrounded by old and new friends. I highly recommend you try it... See full article

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Snapshots from Brazil

Here are some behind-the-scenes snapshots of my time here in Brazil with Mike Horn. Although we are almost done here, our collaboration with Mike and the Pangaea is just beginning. Much much more to c... See full article

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How far can you go in one year?

It has been just over one year since my last encounter with the Pangaea. I met Mike Horn and his crew onboard the Pangaea in Seattle last summer shortly after our adventure in the South China Sea toge... See full article

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Notes from Brazil: Hanging 60 feet off the deck

When youre hanging off the mast of a sailboat 60 feet above the Atlantic Ocean, there is a tendency to ask the question, Am I supposed to be here? But its good to be asking that question o... See full article

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Be Committed to Your Vision

Commitment to your vision is important. Just ask my friend Mike Horn. I mentioned in my post yesterday (about imagination inspired by travel photos) that I was scurrying around getting ready for a tri... See full article

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Photographing the Imagination or is it Imagining the Photograph?

Albert Einstein said “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever wi... See full article

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Spectacular Lighting Just Twice a Year: Dont Miss Manhattanhenge

Seeking out uniquely spectacular lighting is a good bet for capturing stunning imagery. May 29th, yesterday, was one of the two days of the year when our friendly neighborhood star, the sun, sets perf... See full article

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The Hardest Photos To Capture: Pro Photographer Showdown Winner Brian Nevins

Brian is a decade-long veteran shooter, with images to prove it. I meant to highlight his work immediately after he took Best in Show and People’s Choice awards at the action-sports-focused R... See full article

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Breaking News: Facebook Launches Photo App

Facebook dropped a photo app today that will definitely turn a few heads. The app is chock-full of the features iPhone photographers want: You can crop, rotate and add filters to any picture in your c... See full article

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Dark & Artistic: Award-Winning Photos from Afghanistan

I’ve posted about war photography in the past and I still believe it to be one of the single most powerful aspects of humanity that photojournalists can capture..and capture creatively. War is n... See full article

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The Impossible Cool: Stunning Portraits of Bad-ass Tastemakers from the Past 100 Years

What do Tom Waits, David Lynch, Debbie Harry, and Mark Twain all have in common? They’re all…ahem…impossibly cool. And they’ve all recently been featured on The Impossible Cool... See full article

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Software To Replace Photographers [The Ones That Deserve It]

Photographer Mark Meyers just wrote up a nice enough story aimed at driving awareness fear in professional photographers … fear about the future of their career, their well-being, their jobs. ... See full article

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Photography 101: The Radical Camera + New Yorks Photo League

Every so often, I discover or am reminded of tectonic shifts in photography that seem to be little-known by the exploding world of photographers. No harm, no foul; but in those cases, I feel feel a so... See full article

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chasejarvisLIVE: Zo Keating Artist as Entrepreneur + Mind Blowing Cellist [Re-Watch]

Posted for your enjoyment. If you missed this LIVE show with Zoe Keating (or if you didn’t…!) you’ll want to take a peek. For one, IMHO it’s some of our most beautiful footage ... See full article

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Man vs. Wild: Pieter Hugos Incredible Photos of Hyenas with Men

Sometimes, however, what starts with a cool cellphone picture sent from a friend becomes an amazing, thought-provoking piece of photojournalism that probes the relationships between humans at the wild... See full article

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Daily Awesome: Digital Camera Made of Cardboard

IKEA may seem like nothing more than a necessary evil for those who don’t wanna drop a full paycheck on a single piece of furniture (and hey, their pre-fab systems and some in-store displays are... See full article

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Astronaut Soichi Noguchi Tweets Amazing Photographs From Space

While those of us here on Earth are Tweeting our brunch pictures and the occasional trite shot of a vacation sunset, astronaut Soichi Noguchi (follow him at @Astro_Soichi) has been Tweeting amazing ph... See full article

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Artist as Entrepreneur: Making Art + A Living with Zo Keating on #cjLIVE Wed May 2nd

Now more than ever before, we artists are entrepreneurs. Born from opportunity or necessity or both, we have become the CEOs of ourselves. We create our art and our brand, and then–regardless... See full article

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Celebrate the Earth: 10 Stunning Photos Of Nature + Humans

Earth Day was yesterday. And it wasn’t just about wearing tie-dyed shirts made of hemp and talking about recycling. It was and always will ALSO be about ruminating on how much cool, beautiful, a... See full article

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Settle in for Some Industry Knowledge with Adrian Grenier [rewatch of April 10th chasejarvisLIVE]

For your weekend viewing pleasure, check out the repost of Entourage star + filmmaker Adrian Grenier on chasejarvisLIVE. It’s chock full of entertainment industry goodness and is sure to introdu... See full article

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What Photos Would You Want In Prison?

We’re so innundated with photos these days. If you miss a loved one, you can just pull up a Facebook page or shoot them a text asking for a picture of what they’re doing. But what if you w... See full article

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The BEFORE Shots: Eerie Rescue Photos 100 Years After The Titanic Went Down

While we USA folks were struggling to get our taxes handled a couple days ago on April 15th, we shouldn’t have been fussing or celebrating, we should have been thinking of the lives lost aboard ... See full article

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The Lumineers Performance Is Sooo Tasty [replay of April 3rd chasejarvisLIVE]

Posted for your enjoyment, The Lumineers perform a stunning set on chasejarvis LIVE, recorded April 3rd at my Garage studio in Seattle. Guest appearance but one of the best radio DJ’s in the wor... See full article

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From Skulls to Spam Cans These Cameras Are SuperCool & SuperWeird

My homies over at Flavorwire ran a really cool gallery of cameras made out of unusual stuff–like trees, shells, and–like you see in the photo above, a turtle shell (no turtles were harmed ... See full article

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