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Any event photographer gets tons of requests from people asking for specific photos from an event. Sometimes they will acquiesce, but often not. Don’t nag them if they don’t get back to you or say no. Here’s why.#1. Getting a photo off a camera is not like getting a photo off your phone.I often take as many as 2,500 photos in a night shooting a show, and only 2-4% of those will
Brandon Sheffield of Necrosoft Games &  the Insert Credit podcast contributes some great, often retro & Japanese-focused picks for his favorite game culture links of all time. ...
The Image Salon, a Montreal-based photography and post-production service, recently produced a global educational conference called Photographers Unite that hosted 60 photographers from around the world. The live event is over, but photographers who missed it the first time around can register and watch the full replay until June 6.Photographers Unite was a free event that asked attendees to make
this test flight with NASA astronauts bob behnken and doug hurley on board the dragon spacecraft will return human spaceflight to the USA, ending the 9-year gap. The post watch today LIVE – SpaceX launches the falcon 9 with people to space for the first time appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
EVC founder Ben Walker discusses the design decisions behind Wintermoor Tactics Club. ...
A wedding videography and photography company has sparked fury online for its response to a client who requested a refund after the death of his fiancée.KRDO reports that the Dallas, Texas-based Copper Stallion Media had been booked to film the wedding of Justin Montney and Alexis Wyatt, who reportedly put down a non-refundable $1,800 upfront for the services. Tragically, the 22-year-old Wyatt di
Interview: Dirk Dallas of From Where I Drone shares what it takes to create excellent photographsAnyone can curate photos, but not many have built a successful brand out of it. Dirk Dallas has dedicated thousands of hours to From Where I Drone (FWID), a website and online community that aggregates aerial images from all over the world. FWID has made such a profound impact, with its 266,000 active
While stuck at home with his family, conservation and adventure photographer Benjamin Von Wong decided to create a series of “impossible” maternity photos for his adventurous sister, without leaving the comfort of their own home. How did he do it? Fruits and vegetables, of course…In a blog post describing the project, Von Wong says that the mini-series was inspired by his mother
Large gatherings, including wedding receptions and other events, have been banned in Ohio since mid-March, but that’s all about to change. As of June 1st, Ohio will begin allowing wedding receptions with up to 300 guests, effectively re-opening the wedding photo industry… with some restrictions.According to, the plan was unveiled by Lt. Gov. Jon Husted during Thursday
With billions of people subjected to some level of stay-at-home order over the past couple of months, the COVID-19 pandemic has delivered one of the most profound shared global experiences humanity has ever seen. Photography social network Agora’s latest photo contest tasked its diverse community with capturing unique perspectives on this extraordinary worldwide lockdown.Continue ReadingCategory: is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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