Month: August 2021

If you’re looking for good weekend reads in photography – enjoyable books that also serve as education and inspiration – this list is for you. The books I cover below are all memoirs by photographers detailing their creative, photographic, and artistic journeys. Some read like novels and others are crash courses in living a creative
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Every Sunday, we bring together a collection of easy-reading articles from analytical to how-to to photo features in no particular order that did not make our regular daily coverage. Enjoy! Yikes, There is Water (and Salt) on my Sensor! – Phil Mistry Dave Holland is a Canadian sports photographer who recently photographed the Tokyo Olympics
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An unusual underwater camera robot that sits affixed at the bottom of swimming pools allows photojournalists to capture photos of aquatic sports from normally impossible angles. While unique subjects tend to make for the most interesting images, unique angles can also make the ordinary, extraordinary. That’s where an underwater camera robot from Telemetrics comes in,
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