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Ramones Photographer Roberta Bayley Talks About Her Time With The Infamous Punk Band
Jul12

Ramones Photographer Roberta Bayley Talks About Her Time With The Infamous Punk Band

Resource Magazine was sad to learn about the death of Punk rock legend Tommy Ramone yesterday. Ramone was 65 and the last living original member of the band, which debuted its first album in 1976. To help celebrate the life of Tommy Ramone,  we wanted to share with you an interview with Ramones friend, and photographer, Roberta Bayley. The iconic photographer spent a great deal of time with the band and helped define the image of not...

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Internet Revives TV: Redux TV
Feb12

Internet Revives TV: Redux TV

This article, Internet Revives TV, first appeared in Resource Magazine’s summer 2012 issue By Jeffrey Zuschlag Internet video is evolving. Originally the breeding grounds of cheap flash videos and lo-res home video bloopers, the world wide web has now become a robust source of everything, from nature documentaries to funny cat videos (some things never change). While the content has come a long way, however, the viewing...

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Intel Ultrabook     Shooting     Challenge Exhibition
Nov15

Intel Ultrabook Shooting Challenge Exhibition

Gizmodo partnered with Intel, using their Intel Ultrabook, to present a highly interactive exhibition in SoHo last night celebrating a collection of photographs from six different destinations, across six different categories, and taken by six photographers–Taylor Davidson, Diana Levine, Douglas Sonders, Ryan Russell, Scott Rinckenberger, and Steven Taylor. The photographers traveled to Austin, Boston, Costa Rica, Miami, Paris,...

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Joseph Cultice    at Baang+Burne Contemporary
Oct09

Joseph Cultice at Baang+Burne Contemporary

By Janet Alexander– Originally from Phoenix Arizona, to quote Josep Cultice’s own website, “his teenage waterbed dreams became reality when he moved to New York City in 1990.” As Joseph proved himself as a man of many talents, he was able to crossover from rock ‘n’ roll music images into celebrity and fashion photography. His highly provocative series, The Garden, in addition to works by accompanying artists Chris Jehly...

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SmugMug         Announces   New Pro Subscription Accounts
Sep05

SmugMug Announces New Pro Subscription Accounts

By Janet Alexander– The times have changed, technologies have changed, photography has changed, and so not surprisingly, one of the largest, most trusted photography service websites has changed. This past friday, SmugMug announced it was raising the price of its Pro subscription. The last time SmugMug changed its pricing was in 2005 when band-with and processing speeds were slower and file sizes were smaller. As the...

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SUMMER 2012 Issue
Aug21

SUMMER 2012 Issue

SUMMER 2012 DESCRIPTION: This issue brings us material with more dimension and double takes than ever before. Photographer Henry Hargreaves generously gives us “Breasts that Pop,” a photo essay of boobs brought off the page with a pair of 3D glasses that can be found in the issue. The essay is a part of Bosom Buddies: The Breast Auction Ever, which raised money and awareness for the Young Survival Coalition, an...

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SPRING 2012 Issue
Aug21

SPRING 2012 Issue

SPRING 2012 DESCRIPTION: While the motto of the season is “out with the old and in with the new,” this issue of Resource presents the goods unearthed from a successful Spring cleaning: Robert Whitman’s 25 Polaroids from his wild house parties in the eighties. While Whitman’s old abode served as a kind of impromptu studio for his shots, there are many more work spaces out there for photographers to choose from....

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SmugMug is the Future of Photo Sharing
Aug21

SmugMug is the Future of Photo Sharing

By Janet Alexander — Amidst the Flickrs, Photobuckets, Picasas, and Shutterflys, there’s one photo sharing website that has not only predated them all, but has also managed to both anticipate and evolve with its users’ needs: SmugMug. But before SmugMug became the sleek, full-service photography site it is today, it originally started in 2000 as ModGods, a video game web service. Catering to Modders (a slang term for people who...

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SmugMug Support Heroes
Jul25

SmugMug Support Heroes

I think we call them heroes because in the beginning the things that they did were so heroic for our customers. SmugMug’s approach to customer support is revolutionary. We hire them for their passion and for their knowledge of photography so that they can understand our customers. The first place we look for our heroes is among our customers. Being customers first, we really understand. We’re empowered to do as much as possible for...

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ToughTech Duo 3SR Adds USB 3.0, Lowers Price
Jun05

ToughTech Duo 3SR Adds USB 3.0, Lowers Price

CRU-DataPort is now shipping the ToughTech Duo 3SR, which adds USB 3.0 to the award-winning ToughTech series of storage drives popular with photographers and those who need easy-to-use, reliable storage for images, video, and other important data, as well as for backup or mobile data acquisition. The new ToughTech Duo 3SR portable RAID storage system works with two 2.5″ notebook or solid state drives and simplifies data...

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