London-based photographer Nils Jorgensen stays true to his minimalist credo in this interview describing his work in as few words as possible.
Nils Jorgensen: What Was He Thinking? —Blake Andrews
Can A Photographer Truly Capture Love? —Resource Magazine
“I started the project because I was curious to get an inside look at the lives of photographers,and seeing those they care about and are inspired by is a good way to do this,” says Warren. ”While looking through submissions for the project, I tend to look for a feeling of honesty in the portraits: raw emotion is vital to this and I want the images to be relatable to the viewer.
PBS Airs Documentary Of Iconic Photographer Dorothea Lange on 8/29 —Photography News
Master Your Fear & Find Your Voice —Chase Jarvis
How the Selfie Stick Is Killing the Selfie Read more: See How the Selfie Stick is Killing the Selfie —TIME
The “selfie stick”—a small, articulated monopod designed for cell phone-wielding photographers—is, by all accounts, more popular than ever. “[Just last month], I’ve seen several around midtown Manhattan, including inside Grand Central Terminal and outside the main branch of the New York Public Library,” says Henry Posner, the director of corporate communications at the popular B&H Photo retail chain.
Photoshop Mix 1.1: New Features Thanks to Your Feedback —Adobe | Photoshop Blog
MIOPS is a new smartphone-controlled camera trigger that combines all of the features photographers want in a high-speed camera trigger into one convenient device.
How much do you REALLY know about photography? —Digital Camera World
Musings: Jason Larkin’s Mysterious Ascension Island —National Geographic
“Most large ecosystems like forests take thousands of years to develop and become sustainable. I wanted to know what that feels like to go into a natural space that has been created in a fraction of that time. I wanted to capture the feeling and mood of the place, the tension between the artificial and natural.”
How to Deal with a Rude Photographer —Photofocus
I’ve been blessed with a dual career! For over 30 years I’ve been teaching the Martial Arts and for over 20 years I have been a professional photographer. Over the years I have learned to merge the two skill sets. In that time I’ve come to the realization misguided Black Belts and misguided Photographers have rude egos.
From film reels to memory cards to cell phones, it seems perfectly logical to trace the roots of the last dozen seismic shifts in photography to the physical devices used to capture images, but an exhibit at the Center for Photography at Woodstock has taken a more philosophical approach to the rise of smartphones and their drastic impact on the way we use and respond to photography.