Probably the most difficult and dangerous job in photography is that of a war photographer. Getty Photographer John Moore is no stranger to working in conflict zones having been on assignments in both Iraq and Afghanistan. In early 2011 he was assigned to Cairo to cover to growing uprising against President Mubarak. He arrived at the height of the violence, with loyalists attacking both protestors and journalists alike. Such was the danger the night he arrived, John was advised to go outside so he took to photographing the extra ordinary scenes unfolding from his hotel vantage point.
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The advent of cheap, high quality digital SLR’s has dramatically changed the world of photography, perhaps no more than in the wedding photography business. Whilst there are many talented newcomers to this industry, there are many who believe that they can jump straight in and do a job that is actually among one of the most skilled and stressful in the business. This video from the popular US show Judge Joe Brown highlights some of the many pitfalls of wedding photography and shows the not inconsiderable knowledge of the Judge himself about the art and techniques of wedding photography.
Shooting five to ten street fashion brands a day in a three to four hour window is a tough call for any experienced photographer. Jacktreads photographer Nick Fancher does this day in day out and shares with us, some of the ways he maximizes his shooting efficiency, using a lightweight kit and his own lighting creativity. The first brand Nick tackles is Entrée, a street brand. Working on a derelict lot with harsh light, Nick is looking for a stylized look to emphasize the street look of the clothes.