Showing posts from September, 2011

Oregon Photo Workshop - Sept 2011

Capturing A Large Group In A Single Photo Isn’t Always Easy, Especially If The Photographer Wants To Be In The Frame. At A Workshop In San Luis Obispo Last Year, Wedding Photographer Mike Larson Demonstrated How To Capture Everyone By Tossing His DSLR And Fisheye Lens Into The Air

Amazing Photo of Saturn - NASA

Magnum: Advice for young photographers - ideastap

The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and all science. - Albert Einstein

National Geographic photographer ditches website, turns to the iPad - British Journal of Photography

Facebook’s photo collection 10,000 times larger than Library of Congress

Hindu Festivals - The Atlantic Photos


10 Famous Photographers and What You Can Learn from Them

US Gov Sues The Art Institutes for $11 Billion Fraud

The rise of anthro-journalism? - Montreal Mirror

Panos Pictures

Focusing on Prison Photography - NYT

Pacific Standard Time: How L.A. artists took '60s scene by storm

How many photos have ever been taken?

A Master of Impossible Camera Angles - NYT

Am I a Photographic Cheat? - The Luminous Landscape

Unsharp Mask - John Paul Caponigro

Burning Man 2011

Leica Camera Tattoos

Barbara Davidson: From the Pulitzer to Perpignan - BJP

'Kiss' - Andy Barter

Jonathan Klein: Photos that changed the world | Video on

The Art Institutes: Legitimate Photo Schools or Accessories to Fraud? - PDN

Errol Morris Looks for the Truth in Photography - NYT

David Leaser Floral Photography

Santa Barbara California

Fujifilm has unveiled the X10