Bill Murray Hilariously Crashes a Charleston Engagement Session

Bill Murray Hilariously Crashes a Charleston Engagement Session

Tons of people have random stories about Bill Murray, he is just an odd guy. There are stories of him appearing at bars, restaurants and private parties. Personally I have had the luxury of hanging out with Bill at the Charleston RiverDogs urinals. Continuing in amazing Bill Murray form, he crashed an engagement session this past week that Fia Forever was shooting. As always, he was a riot.

Series Creates Dreamlike Black and White Landscapes Through Lengthy Exposures

Series Creates Dreamlike Black and White Landscapes Through Lengthy Exposures

Greek fine art photographer Vassilis Tangoulis creates beautiful, dreamlike landscapes through lengthy exposures in his black and white series “Misty Scapes;” incorporating the “fourth dimension” of time into his work. Over the course of the exposures, fog swirls around a tree, a boat, or a grouping of rocks; erasing smaller details in the surrounding landscape to highlight the central subject.

Best iPhonography in the World: 2014 iPhone Photography Awards Winners Announced

Best iPhonography in the World: 2014 iPhone Photography Awards Winners Announced

The longest running and oldest iPhone photography competition, the iPhone Photography Awards (IPPA), announced its 2014 winners yesterday. For those still not convinced that the iPhone can be used to make beautiful images, be forewarned: your room for that excuse is dangerously thin. Get out there and create some great images - after you check out these photographers and their fantastic iPhone art.

How Many Lenses Do We Really Need?

How Many Lenses Do We Really Need?

There is one thing that constantly keeps cropping up in both my own work, and in the work of others I see around me. I've worked with more and more photographers and videographers lately who just shoot with a single zoom for most of what they do. So many people I see seem to be producing strong work with one decent zoom. This post asks a very simple question that keeps bouncing around in my head. "Just how many lenses do we actually need?".

Man Stuck At Airport Overnight Makes Amazing Music Video Using iPhone and Tape

Man Stuck At Airport Overnight Makes Amazing Music Video Using iPhone and Tape

Have a creative urge to create something but have no time to execute it? Or maybe you feel you don't have the right location and atmosphere? I think you should consider getting stuck at the airport. Richard Dunn did just that. The Georgia man got stuck overnight at Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport, alone, and decided to use do something useful with his time. By useful, I mean create a Celine Dion music video.

The Power of Perception – Creating A Reality For Commercial Clients

The Power of Perception – Creating A Reality For Commercial Clients

The music business is a brutal, cutthroat, dog-eat-dog world and I lived it for nearly 10 years. Since the age of 16, I struggled as a touring musician, surviving off nothing but cold Spaghettios and sleeping in a decade-old 8-passenger van. I was fortunate enough to explore the nation and see things that most will never see, but by the time I left the business I was completely burnt out.

How to Improve Your Photography By Exploring New Genres

How to Improve Your Photography By Exploring New Genres

We’re often told that we need to focus our photographic efforts on one genre and that you shouldn't try to be an expert at everything. While I agree that you need to target your marketing at a specific photographic field, many people take this advice far too literally. They disregard other genres and miss out on a tremendous amount of valuable knowledge that can be obtained through the exploration of genres outside of our comfort zone.

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