Posts Tagged ‘Photo project’

 

The World We Live In: Which Theme is Right for You?

 •  November 30

For those of you planning to enter our biggest photo contest of the year, The World We Live In, we wanted to talk a bit about the themes. This year,...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  October 27

Andrew Pielage is photographing all 532 Frank Lloyd Wright structures. Red Deer photographer Stephen Underhay shares about photographing...

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 •  July 7

A newly discovered photo suggests Amelia Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan, might have survived the crash. Conservation photographer...

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 •  March 7

This photo essay is on the US-Mexico border. Here's a look at the role of photography in the New York Times since 1852. Have you...

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 •  February 3

This is a thoughtful article by Magnum photographers on empathy and photography. Here are 7 tips for Instagram. Jaimie Milner started her...

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 •  December 21

Have you heard of street photographer Robert Haas? Have you tried Facebook's photo-sharing service, Moments? "Is Being a Photographer Worth Losing...

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 •  September 13

Bill Cunnigham's photo archives are estimated to be worth around $1 million. Have you ever tried scanner photography? What's your approach...

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 •  September 9

Photo-printed fabrics are popular on the runways. Try some of these ideas if you don't want to go to school for photography Have you ever...

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 •  July 25

This research shows that taking photos is beneficial and allows people to become more immersed in an experience. Christopher Payne did a photo...

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 •  June 10

Are you thinking of going to a Candian national park this summer? Here's a photographer's guide to the parks. Have you ever been let down when...

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