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    Queen Victoria and Her Passion for Photography

    By Dean Pilini. Photography has captured the love of people from all walks of life. Rich or poor, professional or hobbyist, all have shared the love of capturing the moment before it becomes a memory.

  • Luke-Ballard, photography-workshops, cross-country-trip

    On the Road with Luke Ballard: Photography Workshops (part 9)

    I don’t know why but Mississippi has always been somewhere I’ve wanted to visit. It could have been the scenes imagined from reading Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn as a child – or perhaps the

  • iPro-Lens-System

    iPro Lens System Now for iPhone 5, 5S, 4/4S, Galaxy S4, & iPads

    Schneider Optics, the distinguished lens and filter maker, designed the iPro Lens System to achieve professional quality video and photographic imagery using mobile devices like iPhones and iPads by attaching powerful and interchangeable Telephoto, Fisheye,

  • Billy-Cone

    Billy Cone’s photography book, Femme

    Award-winning photographer and artist, Billy Cone recently released his fine art photography book, Femme (“Woman”). The book includes quotes by famous world figures, which compliment the women’s photographs on the same or adjacent pages. Femme

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    Allan Wexler exhibit at Ronald Feldman Fine Arts

    Currently on view at the Ronald Feldman Fine Arts in New York, and closing May 3rd, The Allan Wexler exhibition, Breaking Ground, features  a recent 25 photo-based series of intricately hand-designed, inkjet prints created on sculptured

Getty-Center, exhibit, historical-photographs, Queen-Victoria

Queen Victoria and Her Passion for Photography

By Dean Pilini. Photography has captured the love of people from all walks of life. Rich or poor, professional or hobbyist, all have shared the love of capturing the moment before it becomes a memory. But isn’t it amazing that even Queen Victoria was one of the earliest to develop a love of this art? [...]

April 16, 2014 Resource Magazine EVENTS 0
Luke-Ballard, photography-workshops, cross-country-trip

On the Road with Luke Ballard: Photography Workshops (part 9)

I don’t know why but Mississippi has always been somewhere I’ve wanted to visit. It could have been the scenes imagined from reading Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn as a child – or perhaps the more modern Grisham novels providing fodder for my imagination of a genteel southern setting. Whatever the reason for my wanting [...]

April 14, 2014 Resource Magazine EVENTS 0
iPro-Lens-System

iPro Lens System Now for iPhone 5, 5S, 4/4S, Galaxy S4, & iPads

Schneider Optics, the distinguished lens and filter maker, designed the iPro Lens System to achieve professional quality video and photographic imagery using mobile devices like iPhones and iPads by attaching powerful and interchangeable Telephoto, Fisheye, Wide Angle, Super Wide, and Macro lenses. When it comes to getting more for every shot, these five interchangeable lenses [...]

April 14, 2014 Dean T. Pinili TECH 0
Billy-Cone

Billy Cone’s photography book, Femme

Award-winning photographer and artist, Billy Cone recently released his fine art photography book, Femme (“Woman”). The book includes quotes by famous world figures, which compliment the women’s photographs on the same or adjacent pages. Femme is the culmination of twelve years of seeking out would be “muses” to pose for portraits, which would possibly awaken [...]

April 13, 2014 Resource Magazine ARTS 0
Allen-Wexler-Breaking-Ground

Allan Wexler exhibit at Ronald Feldman Fine Arts

Currently on view at the Ronald Feldman Fine Arts in New York, and closing May 3rd, The Allan Wexler exhibition, Breaking Ground, features  a recent 25 photo-based series of intricately hand-designed, inkjet prints created on sculptured landscape panels that ranges from natural fissures to even man-made impressions. Wexler is a prominent name in the world of [...]

April 12, 2014 Susmita Das ARTS 0
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Self Promotion For Photographers – ” If you build it they will come “

I am just not getting assignments that feed all of my creative vision and social conscious so I did some soul searching and realized the importance of self promotion for photographers. In fact, if I put out what I wanted to shoot, then the agency and editorial assignments would come. My work is mostly about [...]

April 9, 2014 Sue Barr BIZ 0
Anatomy-of-the-Pitch

The Anatomy of the Pitch—No Two Throws are the Same

Sandwiches are suppose to taste the same right? I mean they have the same basic ingredients—sliced bread on both ends, cheese, meat and veggies to taste—yet, no two sandwiches are alike. Isn’t that the reason why we have our favorite fast food stand? We look for that minute detail that makes our taste buds water [...]

April 8, 2014 Dean T. Pinili IMAGE MAKERS 0
Conceptual-photography

Stunning and Dangerous Conceptual Photography

A lot of photos have been taken to illustrate an idea but few get close to harm’s way — especially in our Photoshop days, when images are often manipulated to create otherwise impossible situations. But that’s exactly what you see with Moscow-based Russian photographer Katerina Plotnikova‘s photography, all done without the benefit of Photoshop. Plotnikova [...]

April 8, 2014 Dean T. Pinili IMAGE MAKERS 0
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Photography Coffee mix in Dreaming Camera Cafe

Coffee and photography? What’s not to love? The two-story Dreaming Camera Cafe in South Korea is modeled in the shape of a vintage Rolleiflex twin lens reflex camera. The café is situated in Yangpyeong, 50 miles east of Seoul, and has attracted many photographers, travel enthusiasts, art-lovers from all over the world ever since it was captured [...]

April 8, 2014 Susmita Das ARTICLES, NEWS 0
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Walter Chin Interview

Jamaican-born photographer, Walter Chin, is a product of a bygone era. Handpicked and mentored by an influential editor from French Elle, Chin’s fashion photography career took off in Paris during the 1980s at the height of the fashion industry, when every player involved reaped huge benefits. This was, after all, the era when supermodels could [...]

April 8, 2014 Adam Sherwin IMAGE MAKERS 0
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