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Photograph: Issue 5

Why do we like PHOTOGRAPH magazine? Quite a few reasons, actually. One of the big ones is that it’s ad-free. Delivered quarterly, PHOTOGRAPH is content from beginning to end. Another is that both the publisher (David duChemin) and the contributors are people who really care about photography – the art, the craft, even the business. […]

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The Visual Toolbox

The Visual Toolbox: David duChemin

One of the more difficult things about learning photography, particularly as a beginner, is simply learning what to learn. What are the things you need to know to make a noticeable difference in the quality of your photographs? There’s no shortage of resources, both online and off. On the video-based training end, our absolute favorite, […]

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Portraits of Earth: David duChemin

When you think of David duChemin, you may be tempted to label him as a portrait photographer, rather than a landscape photographer. And you would be absolutely right. However, for us, David’s strength has always been his ability to capture the soul or essence of whatever he happens to be photographing, whether it be the […]

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Forget Mugshots - David duChemin

10 Steps To Better Portraits

Are you tired of making lackluster portraits? Do your subjects look like they came straight out of a police lineup? Are you looking for ways to move beyond the deer in the headlights gaze into something more…human? If you’ve answered yeas to any (or all) of these questions, you may want to check out the […]

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Vision Is Still Better

If you know David duChemin, you know what a fantastic writer he is (turns out, he also takes pictures now and again). But, if you’re not reading his Pixelated Image blog, you’re not getting the stories behind the stories. Where the books are much larger in scope and purpose, David’s blog entries are much more […]

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Q&A@F+B No. 14: David duChemin

If you are a photographer, or you have spent any time here on Faded + Blurred, the name David duChemin will likely be very familiar to you. As a photographer, he’s allowed us to share in his journeys to exotic locales, including India, Nepal, Vietnam, Tunisia and Mongolia, among others. As a writer, his books Within […]

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