Apr 07, 2011 — 8 comments
Eric Draper, who was the official White House photographer throughout the presidency of George W. Bush, has recently compiled his images from that iconic experience into a new book, “Front Row Seat”, which is due to be published very soon. It is already available for pre-order from Amazon. George Stephanopoulos reports on the release on ABC’s Sunday Spotlight:
Dedicated macro lenses can cost a lot of money. Budding macro photographers usually resort to alternate methods in order to shoot close-up photos without breaking the bank: the reverse ring technique, extension tubes, close-up filters, the list goes on.
So, I had every intention of watching this new video and writing an informative, inspired article relating to aviation photography. But I was so inspired, in fact, that I may give up writing entirely and follow in my new hero’s footsteps, so this could very well be my letter of resignation.
Like any professional photographer who loves what they do, Douglas Sonders decided to use his very rare weekend off from shooting for commercial clients to work on a personal photography project.
It’s painful to write something about Robin Williams in the past tense. Arguably the best stand-up comedian that our generation has seen, Williams passed away in his home on August 11, 2014, leaving behind a legacy that will be hard to surpass.
Though she has worked in sports and photojournalism as well, she creates an especially strong bond with musicians–she even had a relationship with Bruce Springsteen in the early days of his career. It ended when Goldsmith felt overshadowed by Springsteen’s fame, wanting to achieve renown on her own terms. She certainly has, as her portfolio of unforgettable portraits can attest.
In the photo above, you can see one of the flyers as he approaches the aforementioned cameraman, who is trying to stay clear of the passing wingsuiters, attempting to avoid the path of the approaching flyer that is racing toward him without having to put his camera down.
When you use powerful lights behind a model’s head, several issues arise. One of those issues is that light passes through the subject’s earlobes. Luckily, there is a quick fix for that, and you don’t even need Photoshop to do it. It’s easy; all you need is some gaffer’s tape.
This new eBook is designed to take the mystery out of ensuring you have the perfect photography gear for your needs: from cameras through to lenses, tripods, filters and bags. It is currently 33% off for the launch sale which ends soon ($15). Found here: Photo Nuts & Gear
Cartography is the study and practice of creating maps. Imagine a robot performing the task. Like Google Earth, the machine would have to take dozens of detailed square-shaped photographs and patch them together to create an enormous image.
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