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The Big Picture: Why Perfect Technique Does Not Always Improve a Photograph

The Big Picture: Why Perfect Technique Does Not Always Improve a Photograph

23 hours ago   |   Photo Cascadia

“ You can't depend on your eyes when your imagination is out of focus. ” -Mark Twain A little secret that is well known to educators is the concept of the “good lie”. It...
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Feature in Illustrators Magazine

Feature in Illustrators Magazine

6 days ago   |   Gurney Journey

I'm very excited to receive advance copies of the next Illustrators Magazine, issue 19, where my work is the cover feature. This quarterly magazine, based in the UK, covers...
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Sharing News!

Sharing News!

7 days ago   |   M.F. Bruno

Latest News to Share I headed to France... Well, sort of...Recently my work was featured in the French art magazine, Pratique Des Arts . I just have to take a refresher course...
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Ahead of the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennale, Mark Lee Discusses It's Contemporary Relevance

Ahead of the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennale, Mark Lee Discusses It's Contemporary Relevance

9 days ago   |   Arch Daily

Chicago Cultural Center, home of the Chicago Architecture Biennial. Image Courtesy of Holabird & Root In this episode of GSAPP Conversations , ahead of the opening of the 2017...
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The Top 7 Travel Grants for Young Architects

The Top 7 Travel Grants for Young Architects

11 days ago   |   Arch Daily

Image via Pexels For many young architects, studying abroad is a life-changing event in their development as a designer. It opens their eyes to a different culture, style, and...
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Polaroid is Teasing a Huge Return to Its Instant Photo Roots

Polaroid is Teasing a Huge Return to Its Instant Photo Roots

12 days ago   |   Peta Pixel

Polaroid has a huge announcement scheduled for next week. The company's website now features a teaser for a September 13th reveal, and it sounds like Polaroid is going to make...
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The Orlando Shuffle

The Orlando Shuffle

13 days ago   |   Analog Artist Digital World

Shuffleboard is free at Orlando's Beardall Courts, each month on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month from 7PM to 9PM. I challenged Pam Schwartz to a game figuring I have an...
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Wang Shu and André Aranha Corrêa do Lago Named to 2018 Pritzker Prize Jury

Wang Shu and André Aranha Corrêa do Lago Named to 2018 Pritzker Prize Jury

13 days ago   |   Arch Daily

Ningbo Historic Museum / Amateur Architecture Studio. Image © Iwan Baan Architecture's most prestigious award, the Pritzker Architecture Prize , has announced the appointment...
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Labor Day

Labor Day

15 days ago   |   Chez Namaste Nancy

A Labor Day parade on Main Street in Buffalo, New York, circa 1900. Photo courtesy of the Library of Congress. It started with a strike: Origins of Labor Day day 9-2.html The...
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Fake War Photographer Gets Exposed After Fooling the World

Fake War Photographer Gets Exposed After Fooling the World

15 days ago   |   Peta Pixel

Right now, a conflict photographer named Eduardo Martins is supposedly driving around in a van somewhere in the Australian outback. And you probably won't see any new work from...
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Review: The Profoto A1 is a Simple and Naturally Beautiful Flash

Review: The Profoto A1 is a Simple and Naturally Beautiful Flash

We all know and love the legendary lighting manufacturer that is Profoto . For decades, they have produced and supported the most durable, powerful, and consistent lighting... Read more ...

Hot Texas Weiners: 1939

Hot Texas Weiners: 1939

Spring 1939. "Washington, D.C., lunchroom." Offering, in addition to Lone Star tube steaks, "Tables for Ladies." Medium format acetate negative. View full size. Read more ...

NatGeo Photographer of the Year Contest

NatGeo Photographer of the Year Contest

(Photo and caption by Felix Inden / National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year contest) (Photo and caption by Jassen Todorov / National Geographic Nature Photographer... Read more ...

Dead at 83, Photographer Pete Turner

Dead at 83, Photographer Pete Turner

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Tree 19, North River in Scituate

Tree 19, North River in Scituate

Started this yesterday in the car in acrylics, finished if in the studio this morning with palette knife and oils. I had no reference photo, just tried to mimic the colors that... Read more ...

Spritzed by an Angel: 1942

Spritzed by an Angel: 1942

November 1942. Babies' Hospital, New York. "Nurse training. Nurses learn the care of patients suffering from burns. Here, the nurse paints a boy's burned back with... Read more ...

Aerial Images of Vibrant Landscapes by Photographer Niaz Uddin

Aerial Images of Vibrant Landscapes by Photographer Niaz Uddin

The Grand Prismatic Spring at Yellowstone National Park Niaz Uddin is a photographer, director, and filmmaker that explores a variety of natural landscapes from high above... Read more ...

Oprema's New Biotar 58mm f/2.0 Lens Has a Record 17-Blade Aperture

Oprema's New Biotar 58mm f/2.0 Lens Has a Record 17-Blade Aperture

Having recently succeeded in crowdfunding the revival of the Biotar 75mm lens , Oprema is at it again and is looking to bring back the “legendary” Biotar 58mm f/2.0... with an... Read more ...

Portraits of Strangers Found Through Craigslist

Portraits of Strangers Found Through Craigslist

For their ongoing “Craigslist Encounters,” the Los Angeles-based photography team Kremer Johnson has been shooting portraits of completely strangers who are each found using... Read more ...

Mixed Media Geologic Abstract Painting "Arroyo" by Carol Nelson Fine Art

Mixed Media Geologic Abstract Painting "Arroyo" by Carol Nelson Fine Art

This painting is a large triptych on three wood panels, each measuring 48x12 inches. I added a LOT of texture, including gritty modeling compound, rocks, and glass blobs. The... Read more ...