Showing posts from April, 2013

Top Reasons for you to grab a 35mm Lens -

End of an era: Hasselblad V-system takes its final bow

Photographer captures one-of-a-kind moonrise, thanks to patience and absurdly long focal length -

Filter My Life: A Humorous Short About Instagram, Its Rise, and Its Debacle

SIGMA GLOBAL VISION - A first - 18-35mm f1.8

A Country Shack in Oregon

The Last Bookstore

X-Rite Photo - Stephen Wilkes, The Power of the Still Image

The Advantage of Long Lenses in Landscape Photography

The Great Compositions of Photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt - PetaPixel

Sierra Light

Sitting in the Shadow of Mt. Whitney

More Beautiful Timelapse from New Zealand

What the Brain Can Tell Us About Art

Jan Meissner Photography -

Shooting From The Hip: A Modern Field Guide | B by Blake Andrews

10 lessons an old ham sandwich in my car has taught me about street photography by Blake Andrews

The Art Of Photographing Artists: Portraits By Arnold Newman : NPR

Flypaper Textures with Tintype Edges

LEARN FROM THE MASTERS! 121Clicks :: Masters of Photography

Hyperfocal Distance and Depth of Field Calculator - DOFMaster

Interview with Kodak’s lead engineer on the early Nikon-based Kodak DCS cameras

Freelancers Union :: A Federation of the Unaffiliated

Natural Bridges National Monument, Utah

Michael Wolf Captures the Unbelievably Dense Living Conditions of Hong Kong Residents

Native Americans: Portraits From a Century Ago - Edward S. Curtis

Famed photojournalist Robert Capa and the mystery of his “Mexican Suitcase” - Imaging Resource

Los Angeles Street Photo Workshop Images - April 6, 2013

Tungsten White Balance in Daylight

Paiute Petroglyphs Stolen

You Can't Put A Headline On William Klein : NPR

Your Checklist for Creating a Winning Print Portfolio

Advice for photo assistants

Joan Fontcuberta Wins $143,000 Hasselblad Prize

The Alabama Hills and the Southern Sierra

Los Angeles Architecture from the Past