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Kenn Tam

Staff Writer http://www.kenntam.com +Kenn Tam@kenntamFacebook
A Canadian photographer, living and working in New York City.

[News] Nikon D4 Specs Leaked

Being on the road in Argentina, with nothing but my iPad and nets speeds of 0.36Mbps, makes for some hard posting. But when the admins over at Nikon Rumors announced the specs for Nikon’s D4, with 90% certainty, I knew it was worth the effort . Read what they have to say about Nikon’s anwser to Canon’s 1DX in the full post and let us know if it’s all you hoped for.

[Video] Judge Brown Tears Cheap Wedding Photog a New One

case [Video] Judge Brown Tears Cheap Wedding Photog a New One

I have to say up front I’m a little ashamed at posting this. I don’t watch American trash TV or “reality TV”, in fact, I don’t even have cable. My TV is reserved for my PS3, Wii, Netflix and avi files. But when I saw this video of Judge Joe Brown ripping this professional wedding photographer a new one I couldn’t help but chuckle at this ridiculous exchange. I apologize ahead of time for all the stupid in this video but there is a lot to say about this one so… [more]

Evolution: A Portrait Series of People and The Fish They Look Like

“Evolution” by photographer Ted Sabarese is a portrait series that compares people to their fish lookalikes.

With all the recent, fiery controversy between evolution, creationism, intelligent design, science, religion, the political left, right, etc., I thought it might be provocative to throw my visual two-cents into the ring. The images beg the question, is it really so difficult to believe we came out from the sea millions and millions of years ago?

[Pics] The 45 Most Powerful Images Of 2011

“The 45 Most Powerful Images Of 2011″, according to BuzzFeed. How many of these moments do you recognize? Which one do you find most compelling? And do you think BuzzFeed missed anything? Leave your anwsers in the comments below. [more]

The Best Fstoppers Posts From November 2011

Your “Likes”, “Tweets”, comments and clicks all help us know which are our best posts of the month. And because we don’t want anyone to miss any of Fstoppers’ goodness we put “The Best of” in a monthly newsletter for you. So, if you missed anything this November check out the top posts of the month and sign up for our newsletter here

[Pics] Classic Animal Photo Bombs

What better way to start your work week, after the long Thanksgiving vacation, than to ease in with some amusing animal photo bombs. You may have seen many of these before but they should still be good for a few mindless chuckles. Which got me thinking… with all of us photographers prolifically snapping away, at least some of us must have some hilarious photo bombs. If you do, please share them in the comments section.

[Video] A Creative, Inspirational Short by Tom Jenkins

Using Google Street View, stop motion animation, a 5D Mark II, everyday objects as props, great lighting and the power of the creative mind, director Tom Jenkins made what maybe my favorite short of the year, Address Is Approximate.

The Story: A lonely desk toy longs for escape from the dark confines of the office, so he takes a cross country road trip to the Pacific Coast in the only way he can – using a toy car and Google Maps Street View.




All screen imagery was animated – there are no screen replacements. Produced, animated, filmed, lit, edited & graded by Tom Jenkins (TheoryFilms, Facebook). Music by Cinematic Orchestra

[Article] “The Four Steps of Creativity” a post by Joao Carlos

My new friend and inspirational photographer, Joao Carlos, recently did a post on “The Four Steps of Creativity”. I’m always pushing creativity as the #1 factor in any good photographer’s work, so, I had to copy his post for all of you. Joao’s blog is chalked full of interesting insight into his prolific photography career and what it takes to make it in this industry. To read the post and see a revenant video by Ira Glass click here.

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