Posts Tagged ‘astrophotography’

 

5 Interesting Reads

 •  July 20

Here are some photo-related links from around the world, including stories on Calgary photographer Benjamin Longman's independent film process...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  April 4

Here are the Northern Lights as seen from a U-2 spy plane. Charlie Lagarde, the Canadian teen that won the lottery on her birthday, has said...

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 •  March 2

Would you like to visit William Talbot's 1839 photo exhibition? An amateur astronomer photographed an exploding star in a "one in ten...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  January 26

The discovery of the El Gordo galaxy clusters; a photographer documenting his changing neighbourhood in Chicago; J. Kevin Dunn shares about his time...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  July 29

The Casa Relvas museum in Portugal looks like a neat place for photographers to visit. Have you seen Jeffrey Milstein's aerial photos of New...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  March 9

Edward Burtynsky and the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival have announced the Burtynsky Grant. This new $5,000 annual grant goes to...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  November 18

Here are some photography tips for your next trip to the moon. Sebastião Salgado has a new photo book out on the work behind the coffee...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  November 4

Here's one photographer's story of having his photo on the cover of National Geographic. Did you see this photo of Pluto? Do you want to...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  October 23

Elmer Fudd was originally an amateur wildlife photographer? Kenneth M. Ruggiano explains how he approaches shooting for a stock-photo...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  October 20

Did you hear about how these photographers used large-scale images in public spaces to try to promote discussion of political concerns? This...

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