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PhotoShelter’s 9 Photographers to Follow on Twitter RIGHT NOW

Yesterday PhotoShelter shared a list of 9 rockstar photographers who you should most certainly be following, and we think they did a pretty darn good job narrowing down the field to just a handful. It’s stacked with some big names and maybe some you haven’t heard of. [more]

Astonishing Sony A7s Low Light Video Demo

The Sony A7s is making a lot of buzz on the internet right now for its insane ability to push ISO high and basically see in the dark! Sony released a demo video on the Youtube channel SonyHowTo for us all to watch. To be honest, the results are impressive. [more]

fotoClient – A Workflow Workhorse That All Photographers Need

The secret to running a successful business is organization. Developing an effective workflow that is both simple to understand, and manages your time properly is key when running a studio. Introducing fotoClient, an easy to use workflow and task managing website developed for photographers. It’s new, it’s simple, and already, I can’t run my business without it. [more]

National Geometric – Helping Others With Print Sales

Introducing a new project cleverly entitled National Geometric that helps bring food, water and other basic life necessities to the children of India using the sales of unique and one of a kind prints of the child in need. Using exchange rates and economic principles to their advantage, National Geometric is able to sell prints at a very affordable rate, that is then able to drastically help those in need. [more]

In Pursuit of News: Remembering Anja Niedringhaus

Anja Niedringhaus, Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist, was killed and her colleague Kathy Gannon wounded on April 4th when an Afghan police officer opened fire on their car.The journalists were traveling with election workers in eastern Khost province in a convoy that was protected by Afghan soldiers and police officers, according to the AP. “What the world knows about Iraq, they largely know because of her pictures and the pictures by the photographers she raised and beat into shape,” said AP photographer David Guttenfelder. [more]

IO9′s Best Scientific Images of 2014 (So Far)

Blurring the line between science and art are the images selected for IO9′s Best Scientific Images review. This unique collection of images range from human anatomical images to embryonic zebra fish. Many of which were taken with scanning electron microscopes and then artfully colored in post. [more]

The Photographers Behind Ultra Music Festival Pt. 1

Ultra Music Festival is one of the largest electronic dance music concerts in the world and brought in over 300,000 people last year in Miami. The heavy-hitting festival along with Winter Music Conference and Miami Music Week just wrapped up this past weekend. I reached out to members of the EDM Photographers group that attended Miami’s craziest week and asked how their experience was shooting these massive events. [more]

Saving Eliza: The Photo Community Comes Together To Help a 4-year Old Girl

Eliza O’Neill is just a normal 4-year old, she likes to sing, play soccer and be around her family. But in just few months this is all going to change. Eliza was recently diagnosed with the very rare and terminal Sanfilippo syndrome, which is going to deteriorate her body and brain functionalists very quickly up to a point she won’t be able speak or walk. Few photographers and photo companies came together to help Eliza’s family raise funds to find a cure for the disease. [more]

Super Cool Photo Filter Kickstarter Project Has 24 Hours Left

I am a bit of a Kickstarter junkie. I love learning about companies trying to take new products to the market, tossing some money behind them and then watching them succeed. This latest project that I just backed, Fractal Filters, has incredible potential. This is definitely worth checking out! But do it quick, it’s funding period ends in less than 24 hours! [more]

How To Make Fantastic Wedding Photos Even When It’s Raining

Rain on your wedding day can be quite a downer for most brides even though many cultures see rain as good fortune, cleansing and fertility. Often brides wonder how they are going to still get good photos if it’s raining. Here are some tips for photographers that I’ve picked up over the years having shot numerous weddings in the rain. [more]

A Behind the Scenes Look at “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”

With the release of the next installment of Marvel’s Captain America series “The Winter Soldier” less than two weeks away it’s great to see a full sixteen minute behind the scenes video (b-roll) to prepare us for what’s to be an action-packed, movie-going experience. The movie was shot with both the ARRI Alexa and RED Epic cameras with Panavision lenses. [more]

Terry Richardson Speaks Out On Allegations

Over the last couple years, Terry Richardson and controversy have gone hand in hand. Despite the controversial story from 2010 on Jezebel, and the now current #NoMoreTerry boycott going on following new rape allegations surfaced, Terry Richardson has remained quiet in this battle against him. Today however, Terry Richardson finally spoke to Huffington Post, in an attempt to debunk the rumors and allegations surfacing. [more]

Calumet Photographic U.S. Stores CLOSED

Let me begin by saying that it’s March and not April 1st, because what I’m about to reveal is not a joke. After 75 years of business, Calumet Photographic is closing their U.S. stores. This morning they announced through Facebook their “immediate closing in the United States”.

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First Kiss Video A Hoax?

First Kiss – a short video directed by Tatia Pilieva and uploaded to Youtube has gone viral overnight. In just one day the black and white video spotlighting the first moments of physical intimacy between two people, has received over 11 million views and is still going strong. Tatia Pilieva got 20 strangers together, paired them up, and asked them to kiss for the first time in front of her camera. When the strangers have finished embracing, we all just want to stand up and slow clap. But wait… one thing the video doesn’t publicize is that it’s an advertisement for a clothing line. [more]

The Picture Project- London by Night

Matt Davey, a music photographer based in Essex, and iPhonographer Dilshad Corleone take to the streets of London and go on a fun journey of self-discovery and in the process create a collaborative project of creative individuals using the power of photography. I caught up with Matt and he broke down the project and the great experiences that he gained from collaborating with his fellow colleagues. [more]

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