For pro photographers who want the ultimate image quality both in and out of the studio, medium format mirrorless systems like Fujifilm’s GFX series have a lot to offer. The GFX 100 delivers massive 100-megapixel resolution in a body that’s familiar, similar to a traditional rangefinder (though larger). Over at our network site Imaging Resource, Read more…
For pro photographers who want the ultimate image quality both in and out of the studio, medium format mirrorless systems like Fujifilm’s GFX series have a lot to offer. The GFX 100 delivers massive 100-megapixel resolution in a body that’s familiar, similar to a traditional rangefinder (though larger).
Over at our network site Imaging Resource,...
A snapshot of changes that have taken place in the camera world and photography over the past 10 years
By Terry Sullivan
Let’s travel back in time, like we’re Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd in Back to the Future. The year is 2010. Barack Obama is president, the Olympics are being held in Vancouver, Canada and a 7.0-magnitude earthquake has devastated the Caribbean nation of Haiti. Also, a financial crisis has rocked the U.S. and the world, resulting in high...
A look back at the topics, trends and techniques that photographers found useful this year
With 2019 now in the past, let’s take a look back at some of the most popular articles from the year, including a gear reviews, pro photographer profiles, astrophotography techniques and more.
1. Shooting With The Sony a7R IV Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera
A slideshow of photos captured on Sony’s latest full-frame mirrorless model. Read More…
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Use these questions to determine who your audience is in order to help you gain publicity for your work
By Amy Touchette
Being photographers and not entrepreneurs, a challenging area for many of us is how to create work that doesn’t just live on our hard drive but actually gets out there and interacts with the world. To do this, use the following lists of questions, which are the first set of steps to consider as you embark on gaining publicity.
Decide Who Your Audience...
Be sure to catch this fine-art show before it closes this Sunday, December 8, 2019
By Terry Sullivan
Garry Winogrand, Untitled (Houston, Texas), 1964
By now, you’ve most likely heard about Garry Winogrand’s exhibition of his color work at the Brooklyn Museum in New York City. But the exhibition is only up until this Sunday, December 8. So if you haven’t gone to see it yet, I highly recommend that you do.
It’s an exceptionally designed exhibition,...
Use these seven tips when considering the right tool to capture your street photography
By Amy Touchette
When Oskar Barnack and Ernst Leitz invented the Leica 35mm camera in 1924, many street photographers happily put aside their large format cameras for its compact, unobtrusive body and fast captures.
But now, almost 100 years later, the array of equipment that’s viable on the street has grown exponentially, both technically and creatively. If you’re...
Follow these steps to fine-tune your artist statement and make it the best it can possibly be
Once you’ve written your artist statement, you’ll want to fine-tune it to make it the best it can possibly be. Follow these steps:
Compare your draft to your project and to your practice as a photographer.
Do the ideas and details portray you and your photography authentically? Delete those that don’t.
Do any of the images in your series...
Communicate your project and personal vision in your artist statement with these writing tips
An artist statement conveys not just what our images say, but all the things they can’t, by their very nature, say. It’s also a way to communicate our project and personal vision to others who aren’t privy to our thoughts and creative process. It tells people in our industry that we are serious, dedicated; that we’ve put time into thinking...
Because when we write about our photographs, we’re forced to express what they portray and what compelled us to make them
We see the world in visual terms and we express ourselves through visual art. Had we wanted to express ourselves with words, we would have become writers, right? And yet, crafting an artist statement or writing about our work in some form, for one reason or the other, is inevitably asked of us.
The good news is that any discomfort or frustration you...