anaheim time came with this note:This is me and my dad on vacation in Anaheim, CA. We first went in Feb. of 1997 (I was almost 4) and then again in Oct. of 2011 (I was 19). We plan on getting the same photo every time we go. September 28th, 2012 | No Comments hockey cards young me now me blog

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Stan Strembicki's Photo Blog I received news today that my teacher, mentor and friend Bart Parker died at his home in Alabama today. Bart was a lifelong inspiration to me and so many other Stan Strembicki's Photo Blog
Visualville: A Photographers Resource Nik is one of my favorite companies. I met Michael Slater, Nik's CEO, more than 10 years ago at a trade show in LA. I was immediately impressed and that continues to this day.Year after year they turn out elegant and affordable software that really meets the needs of a broad range of photographers. Visualville: A Photographers Resource
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“Stop, Smile & Sit” – Tracey Capone Photography © 2013 This quote sits in the back of my mind at all times. After spending almost sixteen years in a job which, by the end, practically suffocated me, I am very conscious about taking advantage of this wonderful opportunity, and talent, that I have been given to truly live and not simply exist. Life Through a Lens | one girl… one camera… endless possibilities Life Through a Lens | one girl… one camera… endless possibilities
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The Mzungu Diaries The Mzungu Diaries Gorilla Highlands This is probably the future of travel guides, and it was made by a friend of mine. It just won a massive award. Read all about it here: http://www.wsis-award.org/winner/gorilla-highlands-109520130906 And buy it here: http://www.gorillahighlands.com/
Lighting Mods Lighting Mods Let me just start from the beginning... I sold my 70-200 L IS USM II lens has it was used and needed a replacement, also was hopping on getting the newer one with the newer lens cap and a new serial number. In fact that was never an issue but my lens get so much use than from now and then it is better to sell them and buy new ones than to send them back to repair. That was the case for this lens. It had a lot of mileage so it went in for Canon CPS Portugal to get a clean and was sold. I ordered a new one and for my surprise it did not arrived with the new lens cap although the serial number was a newer one.
Fullerton police began making random arrests during a protest against the Kelly Thomas verdict Saturday, including pouncing on an independent journalist who was live streaming the action. Although police managed to turn off PMBeer’s camera, whose first name is apparently Patti, her footage remained accessible on the internet, which you can see above. The 14-year-old kid who was suspended for school last week after a deputy accused him of “instigating” a fight, even though a video shows him trying his best to walk away from the bully trying to instigate the fight, filed an internal affairs complaints against the school resources deputy, hoping to get him transferred. And Kobe Nelson’s dad, Tommy Purvis, insisted on recording the conversation with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s internal affairs investigator this week, despite the investigator’s initial reluctance. Photography Is Not A Crime

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© Emily Shur Emily Shur, much like Tema Stauffer has been involved or connected to every Nymphoto project. Emily early on participated in our conversation series. It is nice to come full circle. And thus today we present another conversation with Emily Shur - catching up on what has happend since our last conversation and discussing her assignment and her personal work. NP: Can you fill us in a little to what has been going with you since our last interview? Nymphoto Nymphoto
I'm a Photographer, not a Terrorist I'm a Photographer, not a Terrorist © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk Police officer cites the Terrorism Act whilst stopping and searching 9 press photographers for weapons en route to covering a far-right demonstration in Brighton. On Sunday the 21st April 2013 myself and another eight lens based journalists were directed off the motorway by Sussex police officers. Seven members of the group were searched by police officers, one photographer was told that she was being searched under the Terrorism Act (pictured). We were travelling to Brighton to cover ‘March for England,’ a gathering of various far-right racist groups and individuals. Sussex Police estimated that around 250 far-right protesters and approximately 1000 counter-protesters were in Brighton that day.
Photographers rights: When, where and what can I shoot? Is the title clear enough for you? If you don’t ever want to end up like Rocky with your face all swollen because some security personnel decided you were a national threat, or you want to be completely sure that you can take that shot of your favorite celebrity pissing in the garden, this guide is meant to give you some clarity over what you can and can’t do with your camera. Security is a mayor concern in the world these days. Authorities are constantly in a state of alert, which means that it is likely that free expression can be thwarted in the name of safety.
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