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To reconnect with our history and the history of our photographic tools, we descended into the dusty catacombs of the PDN archives to bring you a look at what was considered cutting edge in the early days of PDN. The post Photography Ads of Yore: At Last! appeared first on PDNPulse.
One photographer visualizes water stress in Cape Town, South Africa. The post Self-Portrait: Water Stress in Cape Town appeared first on PDNPulse.
Is flash photography a form of violence? The post Blinded by the Light: The Violence of Flash Photography appeared first on PDNPulse.
Photographer Kristen Angelo, who specializes in shooting for editorial and commercial clients in the cannabis industry, says Instagram was a key tool for building her business and marketing her photography. Using hashtags such as #cannabis and #cannabisculture, she identified potential clients, and got her work in front of them. Show More Summary
By: Henry Adams, Case Western Reserve University The recent toppling of a string of powerful figures for sexual abuse and harassment raises the question of how these people managed to conceal their behavior so long, in some instances after abusing hundreds of victims. Show More Summary
The New Yorker magazine has won the 2018 National Magazine Award for feature photography for “Faces of an Epidemic,” Philip Montgomery’s photo essay about the growing opioid crisis in the U.S. W magazine won the award for photography...Show More Summary
The arts enrich our lives. Literally. The post Here’s How Much Photography Contributes to the U.S. Economy appeared first on PDNPulse.
Syrian photographer Mohamed Alragheb has won the $120,000 Grand Prize in the seventh annual Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum International Photography Awards (HIPA). The photographer was unable to attend the awards due to the ongoing hostilities in Syria. Show More Summary
Memories.... The post Throwback: Reviewing the Sony Digital Mavica appeared first on PDNPulse.
Instagram fame can take an ecological toll, as one photographer discovered to his chagrin. The post The Dangers of Instagram, Broccoli Tree Edition appeared first on PDNPulse.
Photographer Nitin Vadukul, who created surreal and eerie images for commercial, editorial and music clients, died February 17 in New York City, according to The New York Times. His brother, photographer Max Vadukul, told The Times the cause of death was colorectal cancer. Show More Summary
Assisting is a traditional pathway to a career as a photographer, but that’s not the only route. Photographer Christin Rose started as a photo editor, which led to a job as a photographer’s rep, then to work as production coordinator, and finally to a career as a freelance producer. Show More Summary
Egyptian prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for a photojournalist arrested more than four years ago while covering an anti-government protest, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) reported earlier today. Mahmoud Abou Zeid, an Egyptian...Show More Summary
ImageBrief, the company that helped photo clients crowd-source their image requests, announced it was shutting down earlier this week. Photographers who have worked with them in the past have until March 8 to remove all their images from the site. Show More Summary
This is a serious photo project. The post Photographer Turns Truck into Camera and Darkroom for Project appeared first on PDNPulse.
Richard Prince, the controversial and often-sued appropriation artist, first achieved fame in the 1990s with his “Untitled (Cowboy)” series, for which he re-photographed ads for Marlboro cigarettes. While some photographers who worked...Show More Summary
Celebrity photo shoots are a challenge because photographers often get five minutes to shoot. For photographers who like to shoot conceptual portraits, the secret is preparation. Chris Buck is known for his quirky, humorous portraits that push the boundaries of editorial photography. Show More Summary
Take a look at these "greatest hits" from the motion picture industry's attempts at innovative greatness. Smell-o-Vision anyone? The post From Smell-O-Vision to Astrocolor, the Film Industry’s Biggest Innovation Flops appeared first on PDNPulse.
Commercial and fine-art photographer Rosanne Olson recalls that when she started her career as a newspaper photographer, “I knew nothing about lighting.” Everything changed when she took a lighting workshop with Gregory Heisler, whoShow More Summary
Photographers often fall into the trap of thinking that because they have an artistic eye, they’re qualified to design their web site and promotions without help from a designer. But turn that logic on its head: What’s your reactionShow More Summary