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Thomas Ingersoll

Staff Writer http://thomasingersoll.500px.com +Thomas IngersollFacebook
I am a photographer born and raised in Phoenix, AZ. I photograph action sports, portraits, landscapes, and weddings, I am living life and photographing it as I go. Feel free to add me on facebook and go check out my portfolio.

Model Scouts Lurking On Young Girls Outside Eating Disorder Clinics

The fashion industry often can carry a negative connotation with people and this story certainly won’t help that. Appearently model scouts have been lurking outside Stockholm’s largest eating disorder clinic in search of fresh talent to bring back to their agencies. [more]

SnapZoom is the New Binocular Mount For Smart Phones

Seeing that a lot of us have replaced “point’n’shoots” with smartphones, we might find ourselves missing on having an optical zoom option. It was through this need that Snapzoom was created. It’s a universal binocular mount for smartphones, meaning it fits a wide variety of both phones and binoculars. The project got started when co-founders Daniel Fujikake and Mac Nguyen started using their own smartphones to document their surf adventures from the, at the time, completely DIY, garage-made mounting device. [more]

Vertical Horizon: A Series of Hong Kong From a New Perspective

Maybe it is because I live in the dust bowl of Phoenix AZ, but seeing the ever-growing empire of buildings in Hong Kong strikes me as quite a remarkable sight. Photographer Romain Jacquet-Lagreze visited Hong Kong in 2009 and became obsessed with its marvel. As he began to explore the unique city, he realized each part he visited had an atmosphere individually unique. Wanting to show what it’s like to be on the ground in each special place, Romain pointed his camera upward to share the awe one feels when gazing up at the sky between the huge buildings. [more]

First Shots From Google Glass Released!

Shots taken from Google’s Glass were released a few days ago. It is no surprise that the first pictures taken with the Google glasses are sort of, well lame. We do have to remember these are meant to simply document your on the move lifestyle and not be compared to a professional camera. I’m sure once they are released to the public we will begin to see some better quality shots. The glasses definitely have some potential to be great. [more]

What A Week Of Groceries Looks Like Around The World

It seems as a people, we have a fascination with photographing our food. From Henry’s series of riders, to looking on instagram we cant help but document what we consume. Photographer Peter Menzel started this intriguing series of one weeks of groceries from around the world, taking traditional food photography to a much larger scale. [more]

Free Photoshop Course From Lynda.com Through May 10th

Want to improve, or just possibly brush up on your photoshops skills? Lynda.com is offering a free 1 hour and 37 minutes video to help you enhance your photos. In this course, the Photoshop senior product manager takes you on an insider’s tour of the key photo-enhancement features in Adobe Photoshop CS6. Even if you consider yourself a master I’m sure they have some tricks for you. This course is only available through May 10 so act fast. [more]

A Delightful Series Of The Food Artists Request Backstage

All of us have that favorite food that no matter what time of the day it is, we crave it. Well being a celebrity means you can have access to these foods at any time. Henry Hargreave thought is would make for a fascinating series to photograph these riders. I enjoy the fact that he decided to keep the backgrounds black and very minimal, which helps you connect with the person’s interest and draws you in the most simplistic yet captivating way.
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The Ultimate Photobomb

I’m sure most of us have had an awkward photobomb and were not to happy about it, but how would you react if the hilarious Ken Jeong decided to ambush your set with the lovely Kate Upton? Well during GQ’s slim corduroy pants fashion shoot he did just that. [more]

UK Government Passes “Instagram Act,” Are Your Photographic Rights In Jeopardy?

If you have you ever uploaded a photo to Facebook, Instagram or Flickr (that means pretty much all of you) you might want to read this. In the UK, the rights around who can use your images has drastically changed. A new reform act shifts the power away from citizens. It’s something none of us ever wanted to see happen, and it’s being called the “Instagram Act,” named after the widely publicized attempt by Instagram to do something similar thing last year. [more]

EOS 5D Mark III Firmware Version 1.2.1 Now Available

It’s here, Firmware Version 1.2.1 is now available to download for your Canon 5D MKIII, which among many updates, enables the center AF point to autofocus when the camera is used with Canon EF lens/extender combinations whose combined maximum aperture is f/8, enables uncompressed HDMI output, and improves the speed of the camera’s focus when using a Canon Speedlite AF-assit beam. [more]

“Created Equal” A Series Of Although Created Equal, We Are All Different (NSFW)

Mark Laita started this black and white portrait project “Created Equal” that focuses on the contrasts between people, and how their lives and cultures mold them. This fine art series shows in a rather beautiful way how similar we really are and possibly the only thing that really separates us is how we view each other. “At the heart of this collection of diptychs is my desire to remind us that we are all equal, until our environment, circumstances, or fate molded us and weathered us into whom we have become”. [more]

Kodak Announces Pension Plan Settlement , Moving From Chapter 11

“Eastman Kodak Company today announced a comprehensive settlement agreement with the U.K. Kodak Pension Plan (KPP), its largest creditor, with respect to its Chapter 11 Plan of Reorganization. Under the agreement, which will be filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Kodak’s Personalized Imaging and Document Imaging businesses will be spun off under new ownership to KPP. The settlement agreement provides, among other things, for the spin-off of Kodak’s Personalized Imaging and Document Imaging businesses to KPP for cash and non-cash consideration of $650 million. [more]

Say Goodbye To The Last Of The V Series

“Hasselblad is to cease production of its 503CW model – the last V System camera in the company’s portfolio.
The decision, which comes into immediate effect, brings to an end over a half century of evolution of the company’s original camera line.
Dr. Larry Hansen, Hasselblad Chairman and CEO said: “Everything has its place in time. The veteran 503CW combined with an extensive V System range of interchangeable lenses and accessories, was for seventeen years the camera of choice for discerning professionals and aspirational amateur photographers. [more]

Fstoppers Talks With One Of The Most Sought After Action Sports Photographers: Garth Milan

If you have ever opened up a motocross magazine or have seen pictures of the best motocross athletes you were probably looking at one of Garth Milans pictures. He has definitely made a name for himself in the action sports world. He also shoots all the red bull events. To say the least he is a photographer that deserves much respect. I was privileged enough to break him away from his busy schedule for a interview. [more]

‘Photos That Bear Witness To Modern Slavery’ The Lisa Kristine Story

Lisa Kristine is an extraordinary activist who has documented the world of slavery in which we are currently blind to. Her story is very captivating and her images say so much. I highly recommend viewing the whole video and take in the stories behind each photograph. I believe we sometimes take our freedoms for granted without realizing that what maybe a privilege to us is a dream to others. Keep reading to watch the video. [more]

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