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A Photo Montage: Thanksgiving Day Dinner- It’s Not Easy

Thanksgiving Day is basically an excuse to eat all day long, something most of us are guilty of being extremely thankful for. Who doesn’t love a crisp, succulent turkey, Mom’s secret gravy recipe, sweet potatoes with marshmallows and homemade pumpkin pie? But if this is your first time cooking Thanksgiving Day dinner, be afraid… very, [...]

November 27, 2014 Lara Hajjar PHOTOGRAPHY 0
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RECAP: Fujifilm Photo Tours Hit Boston!

In October, we kicked off the Fujifilm Photo Tours—a student competition among New York, Boston and San Francisco—from our Brooklyn office. The next stop was Boston, and, like New York, we straight up had a blast! With photographer Rick Friedman as the tour guide, not only are there an array of awesome photos, but a [...]

November 26, 2014 Billy Murray CONTESTS 0
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Ricoh Launches Online Community for Pentax/Ricoh Fans

Ricoh is building their photo community digitally by launching the Ricoh Imaging America Corportaion (RIAC) Community. The new forum provides a channel for photo enthusiasts to discuss Ricoh and Pentax related topics and exchange ideas. Ricoh has launched the forum to be the definitive online environment to discuss everything and anything Ricoh and Pentax. Ricoh [...]

November 26, 2014 Jaron Schneider NEWS 0
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Fascinating Photo Series of Men And Their Sex Dolls (NSFW)

Photographers often findsinteresting subjects through online forums. There are the cosplay enthusiasts who are always a fun bunch to document visually, there are the pet enthusiasts who usually shows up with a pimped-up canine equivalent of a a Kim Kardashian or Paris Hilton, but for Copenhagen-based photojournalist Benita Marcussen the vast and intricate web of online [...]

November 26, 2014 Mark Go PHOTOGRAPHY 2
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Japanese Architect Designs Perfect Studio, Naturally Uses Ambient and Fill Light

When I look for a studio, I generally go for anything with enough space to handle what I plan to shoot. I don’t put a lot of thought into the actual architecture of the space; usually I don’t have the luxury of that. But what if I did? In Japan, one architect has made a [...]

November 25, 2014 Jaron Schneider NEWS, PHOTOGRAPHY 0
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High Quality Conversion for High Altitude Shots

Action and landscape photographer Kamil Tamiola loves shooting in testing environments, tackling extreme weather, snow, glaciers and the risk of altitude sickness climbing some of Europe’s highest mountains to capture amazing images with his IQ250. Safely back from the mountain, there is only one RAW converter that lives up to Kamil’s amazing images and he uses Capture [...]

November 25, 2014 Adam Sherwin IMAGE MAKERS, TECH 0
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Splice the Mainbrace – #Instabrunch With The Brothers Buoy

The East Pole, on the Upper East Side, is a sophisticated place. With a menu that features “simple yet elevated home cooking with a focus on local, seasonal, organic produce and sustainably sourced proteins” it’s the perfect spot for a clean, minimal vibe and an overall subtle aesthetic. This, combined with the restaurant’s core nautical accents, [...]

November 25, 2014 Billy Murray EVENTS 0
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Keith Loutit’s Plan for Tilt Shift Time-Lapse of Entire Cities has Changed Course

Photographer Keith Loutit, the self-proclaimed pioneer of tilt-shift/time-lapse technique and creator of the ever-impressive “Bathtub” film series, has been working on an exciting new project over the past two years in Singapore. Known for his innovative use of time and focus to create miniaturized, toy-like landscapes out of real-life scenes, Loutit’s films are simply jaw-dropping [...]

November 25, 2014 Elizabeth Unger EDITORIAL, PHOTOGRAPHY 0
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Linquet Connects You to Your Valuable Objects

Have you experienced leaving your house feeling uneasy, thinking you’ve forgotten something? And then you can’t figured out exactly until you reach the train station and realized you left your wallet by the microwave oven? It is a common occurrence among us, the busy generation who are always on the go. In our hurry to race [...]

November 25, 2014 Mark Go NEWS, TECH 0
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Bryan O’Neil Hughes of Adobe Discusses Tablet Imaging Apps

Bryan O’Neil Hughes  grew up in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, the same place where photography pioneer Ansel Adams was discovered and where he too realized his love for the medium. But as he watched as his peers captured things landscapes and fine-art photos, he knew from the start that his interests lay elsewhere. “At first I was [...]

November 25, 2014 Billy Murray TECH 0
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