There is a feeling of wonderment that comes with opening a fresh new photography magazine. Imaginations run wild in anticipation of the little gems of knowledge and inspiration to come, knowing that at least one thing will help us to improve our craft (and experience) of making photographs. Delivered in PDF format, CLARITY is the first lifestyle eMagazine for photography enthusiasts at all levels of experience. In addition to rock-solid photographic education, CLARITY takes its readers “beyond the camera”, covering a range of important topics such as creative development, psychology of great imagery, post-processing, data backup and security, how to make the world a better place through your photography, and much more. CLARITY is published bi-monthly, in PDF format for maximum device compatibility.
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One of my favourite things about this show is that it includes so much variety. Subject matter, technique and of course style- the show is a lovely mixture. Plus, it represents photographers in very different places in their careers. Established shooters like Lee Towndrow are showing fantastic work that warrants more attention.
F-Stop Magazine ~ An online photography magazine featuring contemporary photography from established and emerging photographers
Articles Contemporary Photographers Diane Meyer May 6, 2013 – According to the artist, Diane Meyer’s Time Spent That Might Otherwise Be Forgotten “is based on photographs taken at various points in my life and arranged by location. Sections of the images have been obscured through a layer of embroidered pixels sewn directly into the photograph.
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Articles Contemporary Photographers Diane Meyer May 6, 2013 – According to the artist, Diane Meyer’s Time Spent That Might Otherwise Be Forgotten “is based on photographs taken at various points in my life and arranged by location.
Ottawa photographer Tony Fouhse tonyfoto/drool
Last week I briefly touched upon how shooting projects where you have gone right to the edge, in terms of what’s at stake, can skew what seems important. Perhaps that post, brief as it was, was the best I could put it (because it was brief). But I’ll try to (briefly) expand on those thoughts here. Here goes . . .
food for your eyes
To celebrate the launch of Street Photography Now in the French language version, the publishers Thames & Hudson organise a ‘Street Photography Trail’ in Paris. The exhibtion curated by Nathalie Belayche, aka Food For Your Eyes, takes place from 5th to 28th November, throughout the Canal Saint Martin area. The prints are viewable by the passers-by 24/7. in locations ranging from hairdresser, bakery, coffee-shop to fashion boutiques, with all street facing windows, Selected photographs (18 photos) from Street Photography Now book show a mix of unexpected situations and beautiful moment of everyday life, sometimes humoristic, most of the time absurd, captured by a range of established and emerging street photographers.