Robert Polidori

What Remains: Robert Polidori

“Photography can only represent the present. Once photographed, the subject becomes part of the past.” – Berenice Abbott How do you capture the soul of a place on film? How do you even know it when you see it? Does the soul remain after the life of a place has gone, or does a new […]

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Essential Development: Lightroom 5

Last year, Sean McCormack released Essential Development, en eBook package featuring 20 great techniques for Lightroom 4, as well as a collection of 85 Develop Presets. Today, he’s back with a brand new edition of the book, called Essential Development for Lightroom 5, which has been updated to take advantage of the new tools in Lightroom 5, including […]

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Ourit Ben Haim

Five For Friday #68

“If you hear a voice within you say ‘you cannot paint,’ then by all means paint and that voice will be silenced.” – Vincent Van Gogh The Underground New York Public Library is an online, ongoing photo series by Ourit Ben-Haim. Taking portraits of, what she calls, the “Reading-Riders of the NYC subways”, she is trying to remind […]

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Ed Drew

Wet Plate War Zone: Ed Drew

“The camera is the eye of history.” – Matthew Brady Earlier this week, The Guardian posted a fantastic piece on the wet plate photography of military-gunner-slash-photographer, Ed Drew. While deployed in the Helmand province of Afghanistan, Drew used the 150-year old process to capture portraits of his fellow soldiers. It’s the first time since Matthew Brady […]

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Fernando Decillis

Mickey Mouse And The Promised Land: Fernando Decillis

Portraiture has become my favorite type of photography. Partially, because I am fascinated by faces (and the stories that often accompany them) and partially because it’s a never ending supply of wonderful subject matter. There are only so many ways you can photograph Half Dome, or the Grand Canyon, but faces are infinitely interesting. I […]

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Everything Is Directed: Guillermo del Toro

“I didn’t want a movie that was technically right, but a movie that felt passionate.” – Guillermo del Toro Guillermo del Toro is known for creating wonderfully visceral worlds for his characters to inhabit. Whether you look at early work, like The Devil’s Backbone, or more FX-heavy films, like Hellboy and Pan’s Labyrinth, for del Toro, […]

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Adnan Bubalo

Five For Friday #67

“The virtue of the camera is not the power it has to transform the photographer into an artist, but the impulse it gives him to keep on looking.” – Brooks Anderson If these photographs of Tuscany by Adnan Bubalo don’t make you want to go to Italy, I don’t know what will. The layers of color are […]

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Carlo Ricci

I’m All In: Carlo Ricci

Big landscapes, cinematic portraits, classic fashion and beauty. These are all ways you could describe the work of photographer Carlo Ricci. Entirely self-taught, the former engineering student slash basketball coach discovered his love for photography in his mid-twenties after picking up his one of his dad’s film cameras. “I just fell in love with photography,” […]

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Night Stroll - Tao Tajima

Night Stroll: Tao Tajima

Japanese artist Tao Tajima has created an incredible mashup of video footage and CGI on the streets of Tokyo, called Night Stroll. We actually couldn’t find much in the way of behind the scenes information about the short, other than a brief comment by Tajima himself, saying that he shot the video near his home, […]

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