Black Friday One Weird Day in The USA

“Black Friday – When people trample others for cheap products mere hours after being thankful for what they already have.” So goes the popular meme making the rounds on the Web this ... See full article

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5 Mouth-Watering, Not-For-Everyone Thanksgiving Turkey Recipes [With Photos]

For my USA friends, tomorrow is our Thanksgiving holiday where we traditionally give thanks for all that we have in life: friends, family, individuality – whatever it might be to his or her own&... See full article

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Creative Mastery, Power & Seduction with Robert Greene on chasejarvisLIVE Wed Nov 28th

The LIVE broadcast is Wednesday November 28th. Check out the post below and be sure to tune into http://www.chasejarvis.com/live 11am SEA time (2pm NYC -19:00 London). You’ve heard that litt... See full article

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A Guide to Aerial Photography (With Some Stunning Examples)

A few weeks ago I had an opportunity to do a helicopter flight around Queenstown, New Zealand. It was my first attempt at aerial photography (my first time in a helicopter in fact) so I’m by n... See full article

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How to Shoot a 7 Gigapixel, 60-Foot Wide Photo in 5 Easy Steps [The Devil is In the Details]

I’ve always been a fan of photographic works by Andreas Gursky and others that are huge in scale and still maintain amazing detail. While Gursky is a living legend and none of us are approaching... See full article

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How the World Learns Julian Germain Captures Classrooms From Around the Globe

If you come around these parts often you know that I have a keen interest in education. The fact is, in order to find success in a creative career or otherwise, learning what’s most important an... See full article

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See How These Photographers Took the Mundane Subject of Windows and Made Their Shots Interesting

One thing we constantly talk about at Light Stalking is the skill of taking mundane subjects and interpreting them in a beautiful or interesting way. This is part of the skill set of a talented photog... 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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23 Fantastic and Colourful Photographs of Snakes

While snakes can often present a great opportunity for getting a great and colourful photograph, the downside is that we usually don’t want to get too close! These photographers overcame that fe... See full article

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31 Amazing and Strong Photographs of Recent Storms

Photographs of storms are always some of the most emotive and strong images that somebody can take as a photographer. They are basically an ideal subject. We have covered photos of storms before on Li... See full article

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A Grand Trip The Transfagarasen Pass and Conclusions

Fans of the BBC series, Top Gear will recognize the Transfagarasen Pass as the greatest driving road in the world. It is a 93km stretch of alpine tarmac, ordered by the Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceaus... See full article

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NASA Photographer & Astronaut Donald Pettit Shoots In Space

Photography is in my blood, and space has always held a fascination for me. Easy to see then why photographer and NASA astronaut Donald Pettit’s talk about photographing in space held me rapt. N... See full article

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Sandys Aftermath Text to Donate $10 to the Red Cross to help with Relief

The damage and scale of the superstorm Sandy continues to come to light today. At least 56 people in the U.S. were killed and another 67 in the Caribbean. Cost estimates are in the $60 billion range a... See full article

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Emerging Talent Close Encounters with Predators of the Deep Alexander Safanovs Underwater Photography

Alexander Safanov knows about taking risks to get good angles. His impressive body of underwater photography features more sharks than you can count on your fingers and toes. And that’s just... See full article

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EXTRAS Needed for Photoshoot Monday Nov 5th in Seattle

Hi friends! Quick favor to ask here – would LOVE your help if you’re interested. I need 10 extras to be in the background of an photoshoot TOMORROW – that’s MONDAY NOVEMBER 5TH... See full article

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Be Bold, Be Different [chasejarvisLIVE re-watch with Snowboarding Legend Travis Rice]

You’ve heard me say it before – don’t sink all your effort into being incrementally better. Instead be DIFFERENT. Be BOLD. This episode of chasejarvisLIVE was focused specifically on... See full article

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Pro Photographer Editing Workflow (TIPS)

Creating images is a process and, for me, pressing the shutter is only a small part of the journey to an image of sufficient quality to publish. In this article, part 2 to Architecture Photographers o... See full article

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10 Zombie Photos that will Scare you Brainless

The zombie phenomenon has slowly gathered steam over the last few decades, culminating in hundreds of movies, comic books, and TV shows. The fanatical zombie fanbase produces a staggering amount of co... See full article

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Photographic Evidence of a Superstorms Scorn

With the utmost respect and humility I wanted to share this collection of images of the devastation wreaked upon the East Coast by Hurricane/Superstorm Sandy. “Clobbered” was the headline ... See full article

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Best Photo Locations: Manarola, Italia Finding Something Different

If youre primarily an on-location photographer or filmmaker, then you know how much value a great location can add to the shoot. This is the blogs new series, Best Photo Locations, where I featu... See full article

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Friday Beats Fresh Espresso

Here’s another joint from the Capital Hill Block Party episode of chasejarvisLIVE we hosted back in July. Fresh Espresso is the delightfully dope combo of P Smoov and Rik Rude. These Michigan na... See full article

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Ecocide Photography Tar Sands and Destructive Beauty

Even as I write that title, I cringe. To call the destruction of a once lush wilderness “beautiful” is to walk the line between neutrality and complicity. And to be clear, I am neither. Th... 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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Eyeist.com Helps You Build a Kickass Portfolio

In case you missed our December 6th, 2011 episode of chasejarvisLIVE, it was all about the portfolio. We had Allegra Wilde, visual strategist and co-founder of eyeist.com on the show, talking about co... See full article

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Super Synch Job or Phony Film?

If you’re a regular reader, you know that I am on-the-record with a deep belief that photography and filmmaking are not all about speeds and feeds or how big your megapixels are compared to mine... See full article

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