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6 Steps to Growing Your Photography Business Using a Recommended Vendors List

In this article I talk about a technique used in all types of business, but of course will relate it to photography. To make it easy to understand, I am going to discuss the technique specifically for wedding photographers. But it is...Show More Summary

I Am Beautiful: Photographers From Around The World Offer Free Photoshoots To Bullied Youth

Though Tiffany Moon is a relative newcomer to the world of photography, the now professional photographer from South Carolina is making headlines around the world after spearheading a project aimed to help children that are victims of bullies. Her project, “I Am Beautiful“, stems from the trials of her own childhood, when Moon says she was [...]Show More Summary

It's a Hupp: 1923

More than 2,000 Hupmobile owners and their families attended the second annual picnic, free-for-all sports program and barbecue staged July 1 by Greer-Robbins Co. at Sawyer's Camp, beside Crystal Springs Lake in San Mateo County. -- Motor West July 1923. Show More Summary

“Shoot Loose And Edit Tight” Words Of Wisdom From One Of The World’s Leading Surf Photographers

Growing up in Hawaii, it’s hard not to have an appreciation and love for the ocean. It literally surrounds us and is an integral aspect of life on an island. For Zac Noyle, acclaimed surf photographer and Hawaiian native, being in the water was ingrained in him at a very young age. Growing up the [...]Show More Summary

Congratulations to the Winners of the Packages!

Congratulations to the Photo Attorney® blog readers who won free packages from Search My Images: 1st Place – Kalliope Amorphous 2nd Place – Ron Schmidt 3rd Place – David Oppenheimer Thanks to all who participated and thanks to Search...Show More Summary

Book Nook: 1944

May 4, 1944. "Jesse Oser residence in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania. Living room to desk. Louis I. Kahn, architect." Gottscho-Schleisner photo. View full size.

Kupo Grip Master C-Stand Review

I’ve been using studio lights for a couple of years now, I’ve used a few different brands with all sorts of different modifiers, from the basic softboxes that your less expensive lighting kits might come with, to my current favourite, the 2 meter Octa from Show More Summary

Municipal Castle: 1910

Circa 1910. "Courthouse -- Springfield, Massachusetts." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.

The Ultimate 365 Project Guide Part II

In Part I of the Ultimate 365 Guide I explained whether a 365 project is meant for anyone, where that journey might take you, why it’s important to actually walk a 1000 miles and how the love for the process is more valuable than the desire for the goal. So let’s start off with something [...] The post The Ultimate 365 Project Guide Part II appeared first on DIY Photography.

Basic Portrait Processing in Lightroom

Over the past few years I have learned a great deal about doing portraits, especially of young kids. I think it’s because I get so much enjoyment out of these types of shoots that I end up doing them more, though at some point it hardly...Show More Summary

Project from war-torn Ukraine wins Terry O’Neil Award for Italian photographer

The winners of the 2014 Terry O’Neil Award have been announced, with Italian photographer Giorgio Bianchi collecting the first prize with a documentary series covering the crisis in Ukraine. Behind Kiev’s Barricades won Giorgio £3000 and a commission for the UK’s Guardian newspaper. Take a look at some of the winning images. See gallery

Some GoPros Now Capable Of Broadcasting High Definition Video For Live Television; NHL Jumps Aboard

About a week ago we reported on GoPro stock plummeting after Apple was granted a patent for wearable cameras, but thanks to an announcement made by the NHL and GoPro on Friday, GoPro stocks are making a swift recovery (up 6.5% at the time of writing). The announcement detailed a deal between the two which [...]Show More Summary

What TechCrunch Gets Wrong About Ello…

Photograph of the hippest hipster cat around, Mr. Mingus, by hipster Daniel Krieger Writing for TechCrunch, Josh Constine penned a hit piece yesterday announcing the end of Ello. I was disappointed to see TechCrunch, a publication that I long viewed as being supportive of the start up community, using their pulpit to tear one down. […]

Sigma promises firmware fix for Pentax mount 17-70mm f/2.8-4 lens

Sigma has acknowledged a problem that Pentax users are suffering from when the company’s 17-70mm f/2.8-4 DC Macro HSM Contemporary lens is used on Pentax DSLR bodies with in-camera image stabilization activated. To rectify the issue the lens manufacturer has promised a firmware update for the lens, but hasn't yet specified a release date. Read more

Baby Makes Three: 1952

"This meeting of Ducky, Bunny & Baby Inc. is hereby called to order." "Steven Lee -- 17 Feb 1952." The latest episode of Minnesota Kodachromes focuses on the youth demographic. Color slide by Hubert Tuttle. View full size.

Sports Illustrated Cuts Entire Staff Of Photographers From Payroll

There aren’t many working staff photographers around the world that aren’t worried about their jobs or wondering when the day will (inevitably) come when their publication will start handing out marching orders to the photography department. For the six remaining staff photographers at Sports Illustrated, that day came yesterday when the publication announced they would [...]Show More Summary

Tamron announces SP 15-30mm F/2.8 release date and $1200 price point

Tamron has announced availability and pricing for its much-anticipated 15-30mm F/2.8 stabilized wide angle zoom. Set for availability on January 30th in Canon and Nikon mounts with Sony to follow later, the lens will retail for $1199. Read more

Yesterday's News: 1926

Our second visit to these premises. 1926. "Rotogravure press, Lanman Engraving Co." Printing the Sunday, Jan. 31 "Pictorial Section" of the Washington Post. 8x10 glass negative. View full size.

Sports Illustrated lays off last remaining staff photographers

On the eve of the Super Bowl, Legendary US-based sports publication 'Sports Illustrated' has laid off its remaining six full-time staff photographers. According to Sports Illustrated director of photography Brad Smith, speaking to News Photographer Magazine, the decision was made due to 'economic circumstances'. Show More Summary

Petroleum Palace: 1928

San Francisco, 1928. "Buick sedan at Texaco service station. Jack Tar Hotel site." Now all long gone. 5x7 glass negative by Christopher Helin. View full size.

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