Category: Photography

  • What’s Wrong With This Picture?

    What’s Wrong With This Picture?

    NYT: If this sounds confusing, that’s the nature of chaos, which can be as hard to photograph as it is to describe. Fortunately, Robert Polidori is a connoisseur of chaos, and the beauty of his pictures — they have a languid, almost underwater beauty — entails locating order in bedlam. The X of wires and […]

  • Photographer Corey Arnold

    Photographer Corey Arnold

    Corey Arnold, 30, is a Freelance Photographer and Alaska Crab Fisherman. During October, January, and February you will find him working and photographing aboard the f/v Rollo in the Bering Sea. The rest of the year he lives in Norway or San Francisco and spends the working hours photographing for exhibitions, art projects, books, magazines, […]

  • Arnold Newman, Portrait Photographer Who Captured the Essence of His Subjects, Dies at 88

    Arnold Newman, Portrait Photographer Who Captured the Essence of His Subjects, Dies at 88

    From the New York Times: Mr. Newman photographed so many of the world’s most prominent and accomplished men and women that it sometimes seemed as if there was no public figure that his lens had left untouched. But there were subjects he generally steered clear of: actors, actresses, rock stars and anyone he considered, as […]

  • A picture is truly worth 1000 words

    From The Spectrum: My life, though, is about to get a lot easier. The Daily News finally has a “real” photographer on staff. A month after I introduced you to our new-look reporting staff, I’m happy – thrilled, actually – to introduce you to Garrett Davis, who has more photography talent in his right index […]

  • Henry Wessel: Capturing the Image, Transcending the Subject

    Henry Wessel: Capturing the Image, Transcending the Subject

    From The New York Times: MOST musicians I know don’t just play music on Saturday night,” Henry Wessel explained. “They play music every day. They are always fiddling around, letting the notes lead them from one place to another. Taking still photographs is like that. It is a generative process. It pulls you along.” Here.

  • Andrew D. Bernstein at the Sports Shooter Academy (video)

    Andrew D. Bernstein at the Sports Shooter Academy (video)

    From SportsShooter: This is video from NBA senior photographer Andrew D. Bernstein’s presentation at the Sports Shooter Academy 2, held April, 2006 in Southern California. Bernstein has been shooting the NBA since 1981 and has photographed every NBA Finals and NBA All Star game since 1983. His company, Bernstein Associates, Inc., has served as the […]

  • C-Heads Magazine #2

    C-Heads Magazine #2

    Make sure you look at photographer Adriano Avila’s images from Brazil, in C-Heads issue #2. From Creative Heads: We proudly present the second issue of C-Heads! This issue contains great artists, touching and amazing pictures and music for the soul. Here.

  • Hamburger Eyes Magazine

    Hamburger Eyes Magazine

    From Hamburger Eyes: When opening Hamburger Eyes Photo Magazine you enter a pictorial history of both the unseen and iconic moments of everyday life. It is organized in such a way that it has become many things to many people. As a photo journal, we share our travels and experiences. As a photo diary, we […]

  • Staying Sharp: veteran news shooter seeks new challenges

    Staying Sharp: veteran news shooter seeks new challenges

    From RobGalbraith: “You have to set a goal for yourself every year,” Dresling says, explaining what that experience taught him. “I do it partly because it’s fun, but also to keep myself on my toes because if you let everything roll over you, you’ll be out of business in a short period of time.” Here.

  • Thomas E. Witte on building a website for the professional photographer

    Thomas E. Witte on building a website for the professional photographer

    From SportsShooter.com, Thomas E. Witte on building a website for the professional photographer: If you set a pile of Lincoln Logs down in front of a 5-year-old they’ll eventually figure out how to make a house out of them. Likewise, two weeks after plopping a $900 design program in to my computer, I eventually created […]

  • The Web This Morning

    Photography/Graffiti – Alexandre Orion NYT – Masked police officers force tv station off air, then trash, burn newspaper office

  • Is Film Dead?

    Photography – Is Film Dead? Four part series on SportsShooter.com. Matthew Mendelsohn, Robert Seale, Brian Davies, Trent Nelson.

  • The Web This Morning

    Photos – Antonin Kratochvil’s Troubles in the Niger Delta PDN – Photo groups lobby to protect copyright orphans PDN – From darkroom to classroom BBC – Al Qaeda attack on Saudi oil facility Balkans, BBC – 10,000 SRS members hold pro-Mladic rally in Belgrade National Review – William F. Buckley Jr. on Iraq NYT – […]

  • The Web This Morning

    Music – More on kid-friendly version of Devo NYT – Artist Daniel Johnston NYT – Big Love, HBO’s upcoming polygamy show NYT – Photographer Richard Misrach

  • The Web This Morning

    Humor – Thrash Metal Meltdown! Photography – New issue of Canon Pro Europe online NYT – MySpace self-portraits

  • The Web This Morning

    “Every best photographer will be there. Every best everybody.” Artist- Marion Peck Artist- Isabel Samaras’ Fester and Herman More on Michael Yon, former Green Beret turned Iraq blogger NYT: Guantanamo hunger strike vs. US Cartoon outrage crystallized in Mecca Tom Roberts, guitarist for Poison Idea, dead

  • The Web This Morning

    Bosnian Serb war crimes suspect to be release on technicality, after EUFOR killed his wife and injured his 11-year-old son in the initial raid Photoshop plug-ins that mimic ye olde film look NYT: Photographer John Szarkowski