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10 Things I Learned from Jay Maisel

It’s finally September, and psychologically the end of summer. The triple-digit heat still holds Arizona in its grip, though, so I still spend my days inside, in air-conditioned comfort. Luckily for me I have a subscription to Kelby Training. Just because I can’t physically wander the streets, camera in hand, doesn’t mean that I can’t […]

10 Tips for a Great Photo Walk

As many of you are probably already aware, Scott Kelby’s (free!) Fourth Annual World Wide Photo Walk is taking place on October 1st and 2nd 2011 (the first year that the event is being held on two days). The purpose of the Photo Walk is to bring together photographers of all skill levels, in locations […]

Masters of Photography – Robert Frank

Robert Frank was born in Z├╝rich, Switzerland, and emigrated to the United States in 1947. Before he moved to the United States, he turned to photography, in part, as a means to escape the confines of his business-oriented family and home, and trained under a number of photographers and graphic designers before he created his […]

Happy Valentine’s Day, and Elsewhere

Hello, friends! First, let me wish you all a very happy Valentine’s day. I hope that you all will spend it in the exact way that will make you the happiest. Secondly, I wanted to share with you all some links of things that are being talked about in the realm of photography, elsewhere: – […]

Documentary Photography

We owe a lot to those photographers who travel to far-off places, and sometimes put their own lives in danger, to document events, the environment, and humanity at its best and its worst. They bring home images to us that we’d never be able to personally experience, or even know about, without their efforts. Such […]