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Prominent Street Photographers Describe Their Favorite Shots

Prominent Street Photographers Describe Their Favorite Shots

Street photographers are always on the lookout for that perfect candid shot. Being able to capture that favorite moment on the fly is an ability that every street photographer should possess. This video talks about street photographer’s favorite shots and the story behind it. It features Scott Schuman, Tommy Ton, Jonathan Daniel Pryce and a […]

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How To Become a Storytelling Photographer

How To Become a Storytelling Photographer

Natan Dvir is a photojournalist and a documentary artist who has a vast range of photographic experience for Polaris Images and other leading magazines. Born and raised in Israel, Natan moved to New York to pursue a Master’s degree in Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts. In this video he discusses various aspects […]

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Camera & Photo Management Updates Coming to the New Apple iOS7

Camera & Photo Management Updates Coming to the New Apple iOS7

On Monday, smartphone giant Apple announced the launch of their newly designed mobile operating system, iOS7. At the company’s WWDC event in San Francisco, Apple gave a demo of all the revamped features including the new camera and photo app available on the iOS7. The re-designed photo app now gives users various filter options, provides […]

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The Delicate Art of Analog Photography & Film Printing

The Delicate Art of Analog Photography & Film Printing

Photography has conquered new ground and has seen its popularity grow by leaps and bounds with innovation in the field of camera electronics, expression styles, mediums of sharing work, and of course with the help of new editing software and techniques. Digital photography has swamped this creative discipline, but the art of analog photography still finds its existence […]

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