#FlickrFriday: Street Scenes

                  Last Flickr Friday we asked you to capture your favorite Street Scenes. Above is a selection of submissions you ente... 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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How to Photograph Snowflakes with a DSLR

By Don Komarechka The winter months are typically uninteresting for macro photographers. Flowers, insects, and tiny details in nature all but disappear. Only one faithful subject is left in abundance ... See full article

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The Irreverence Episode (aka NOT GIVING A F#$%) Author Julien Smith + Musical Guest MY GOODNESS on #cjLIVE [TODAY 11am PDT/2pm EDT]

Update: We are LIVE today at 11am PDT/2pm EDT with NY Times best-selling author, CEO, voice actor, radio broadcaster, and all-around awesome, Julien Smith and special musical guest My Goodness. Tune i... See full article

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Frogs in the Paris Opera

Amazing Small World Story about Flatbooks.com Justin Balog wrote an amazing little story on his blog. Justin is one of the authors over at Flatbooks.com and he was randomly down in Belize. A local nam... See full article

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Arashiyama

        Arashiyama, or “Storm Mountain”, is one of Japan’s designated Historic Sites and can be found on the western edge of Kyoto. The district feat... See full article

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How to Balance Subject and Background Exposure A Real World Example

Wedding photography involves a lot of compromises because we arent always allowed the optimum circumstances in which to create beautiful images. Whether its having to photograph people in the ... See full article

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All eyes on Greenland

Packed full of glaciers, Greenland is currently credited for 10 percent of the rising sea levels globally tracked from melting ice. The Arctic country — home for a population of 57,000 now ... See full article

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How to Easily Connect Three Monitors To a Laptop or Notebook Computer

Connecting multiple monitors to your laptop may be a good decision if you need more screen spaces and you dont want to spend your hard earned money buying extra PC Computers. If you can get your ha... See full article

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How to Resolve the Problem Ejecting USB Mass Storage Device

The Problem associated with ejecting USB mass storage device on windows OS computers normally occur when you click the Safely remove the hardware icon at the right bottom corner of your PC scree... See full article

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Win $15,000 From Burn Magazine. Emerging Photographers Apply HERE.

Need a little more change in the pocket (or a lot)? If you’re doing top-notch work, you may be in luck because Burn Magazine is giving away $15,000 in grants for three photographers. Called the ... See full article

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The Importance of Location for Outdoor Portraits

By Annie Tao Just like in Real Estate, Photography is about location, location, location. Well, sort of. Its not as much the beauty of a location, but rather, the quality of the light at a location... See full article

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Create a Portfolio That Shows the Photographer as Well as the Photographs

When it comes to telling their own story in images, photographers often struggle. While their photos and galleries may be memorable and unique their websites and portfolios are too frequently dull, de... See full article

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The Towering Medieval Hotel

Fun Show Last Night! Last night’s show was a lot of fun. Be sure to check out Kate Russell from the BBC, Thomas Hawk, Brian Matiash, Don the Snowflake guy, Ollie Dale, and Gino Barassa… an... See full article

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First Impressions of the Fujifilm X100s

I recently took delivery of my first Fujifilm camera, the X100s. There have been some supply issues with UK stockists, I initially ordered this camera in early February so I was very excited to finall... See full article

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Treys Variety Hour #72: BBCs Kate Russell, Googles new Brian Matiash, snowflake-man Don Komerechka, and more!

Trey’s Variety Hour #72 The show airs each Monday at 7 PM PT / 10 PM ET. (Check your local time) Submit questions here: Please submit any questions you have while you watch the show and we’... See full article

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Treys Variety Hour #72: BBCs Kate Russell, Googles new Brian Matiash, snowflake-man Don Komarechka, and more!

Trey’s Variety Hour #72 The show airs each Monday at 7 PM PT / 10 PM ET. (Check your local time) Submit questions here: Please submit any questions you have while you watch the show and we’... See full article

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Treys Variety Hour #72: BBCs Kate Russell, Googles new Brian Matiash, snowflake-man Don Komarechka, and more!

Trey’s Variety Hour #72 The show airs each Monday at 7 PM PT / 10 PM ET. (Check your local time) Submit questions here: Please submit any questions you have while you watch the show and we’... See full article

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Safely Photographing Volcanic Activity

As a photographer who calls Hawaii home, I can tell you with great certainty that there are not many things more spectacular than an active volcano. But, the countless photographic possibilities a vol... See full article

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Messy borders

Manipulating instant pack film by hand often produces eerie and surreal effects. In the above photos, expired peel-apart film has been played with to let the chemicals bleed messily onto its bor... See full article

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Photo Kickstarter o the Week The Supraflux Video Camera Stabilizer with Brake

I’m loving the photo related projects that are popping up on kickstarter these days. I get 4-5 emails per week from people pimping their projects. Some of them suck. Some are fun. Others are dow... See full article

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A Simple Exercise on Working with Natural Light in Portraits

Today I thought it might be fun to share a little exercise that we feature in our Natural Light eBook (by Mitchell Kanashkevich) – both because it gives you a taste for the content but also beca... See full article

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Printing Chinwag with Don Komarechka (Podcast 366)

This week, TWiP co-host Don Komarechka and I hook-up again to talk about printing, a passion we both share. Use this audio player if you’d prefer to listen: There are also download and subscript... See full article

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Clayton Morris from Fox News Balances

A few days left for the special pre-sale event! You can go buy it now and save money. This savings (and bonus!) only lasts a few more days. I wanted to do something special because I’m so excite... See full article

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These Awesome Photography Links Will Make You Waste Some Serious Time

We’ve seen an incredible week in the wide world of photography, and Toad Hollow Photography has been very busy searching online for the best material to share here. This week’s monster lis... See full article

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