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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22 Landscape Photographs That Use Power Lines to Great Effect

One of the big challenges of landscape photography is incorporating elements into a landscape that you perhaps might prefer were not there. One of the common visual pollutants in our world is power li... 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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27 Stunning and Creative Photographs of Water

At many points as a photographer, you are going to want to manipulate an object to get a better photograph. Many times, our thoughts will turn towards water as something that we can use to that end. T... See full article

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26 Photographs That Use a Vanishing Point to Great Effect

For photographers, finding a vanishing point, or an implied vanishing point in nature or human-made environments can result in a very sharp compositional opportunity. While they are often found in lon... 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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2 Essential Corrections to Know When Post Processing Underwater Photos

With the market today providing an assortment of underwater casing options, more and more of us are beginning to bring our cameras under the surface to explore this fascinating world. From the more af... See full article

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Best Photo Locations: Abandoned Six Flags In New Orleans

If you’re primarily an on-location photographer or filmmaker, then you know how much value a great location can add to the shoot. So today I’m introducing another Series (ala the ‘Em... See full article

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33 Magnificent Photographs of Horses

Some subjects provide a lot of opportunities for great photography and horses fit comfortably into that category. With a little skill a great subject becomes a great photograph. We think these photogr... See full article

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Into the Sun The Art of Stunning Silhouettes for Photographers

One of the first things you are told by non-photographers when you buy your first serious camera is dont shoot straight into the sun. Listen to this advice and you will be missing out on some... 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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Emerging Talent: IGNACIO TORRES + His Stellar Project

Young NYC based photographer Ignacio Torres gave me cause for pause with his fascinating photographs that look like they come straight from the mind of Carl Sagan (“we are all made of star stuff... See full article

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Photoshop CS6 Beta: A Quick Look

As with other recent incarnations of Photoshop, Adobe have released a beta version of their latest image editing software. You can grab yourself a copy from Adobe here http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/... See full article

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21 Amazing Images of Medieval Structures

National Geographic photographer, Jim Richardson once said, “If you want to be a better photographer, stand in front of more interesting stuff.” There’s certainly an element of truth... See full article

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Creatives: Are You Killing Yourself on Price?

Are the fees or prices you’re charging for your creative services too low? I bet they are. Try doubling the money. You have to deliver the goods, of course, but that’s true in any work. Ch... See full article

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EMERGING TALENT: Cole Rise + His Most-Ethereal Landscapes

There has always been something haunting to me about farmland in the off-seasons, when everything is yellow and wilted, or when snow sits quietly in the trenches that are usually full of blooming crop... See full article

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27 Effective Photographic Uses of Symmetry

Mastering composition in photography can be a tricky subject. You have the various rules and guidelines handed down through the centuries on the one hand and then the post modernists who would throw t... See full article

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Emerging Talent: Interview with 17-Year-Old Alex Stoddard on his 365 Project

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, we’ve all heard of the 365 day projects – where a photographer takes a photo of something in their life every day for a year. (You might also ... See full article

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New Twist To Iconic Photographs [Abe Lincoln + Others Via Fresh Photoshop Colorization]

Might have caught this earlier, but here’s a fascinating look at iconic portraits that were originally shot in black and white that have since been colorized in Photoshop. Normally, I don’... See full article

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Canon EOS 5D Mark III First Few Photos

OK, so I picked up my Canon EOS 5D Mark III Digital SLR camera just before lunch today, and I took some lenses into Shinjuku with me, with the intention of doing a bit of shooting in the afternoon. I&... See full article

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22 Creative and Unique Photographs of Hallways

Famous photographer, Jim Richardson, once famously said “If you want to be a better photographer, stand in front of more interesting stuff.” While that piece of advice says a lot about sub... See full article

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RE-Watch of High Speed / Slow Motion Fashion Shoot with Superfad on Chase Jarvis LIVE

3 weeks ago, I put the $150,000 Phantom Flex camera through its paces during an experimental fashion shoot with my good friend, director Will Hyde from Superfad. We had an absolute blast. We also had ... See full article

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Emerging Talent: Double Life + Self Portraits of Ophelia Olive [...or rather, Nekole Kemelle]

Welcome to a series of posts I’m calling Emerging Talent – where I’m spotlighting the work of photographers and filmmakers on the rise. Some are shooters that me and my spies will un... See full article

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10 Essentials to Go the Extra Mile (for Your Clients + Crew)

Hello, readers! Megan here, Producer at Chase Jarvis Inc. Weve just returned from an amazing 6-day shoot in Aspen, CO. You perhaps read about it here, here, or here. It got me thinking about client... See full article

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