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Shoot + Share: Stuart Sipahigil

Shoot + Share: Stuart Sipahigil

If you’ve ever found yourself overwhelmed by the sheer number of choices of what to do with your photos after you’ve spent the countless hours making them just right, the new Craft & Vision eBook may be exactly the push in the right direction you need. Stuart Sipahigil is a photographer and the author of […]

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Turn of the Century Christmas

Turn of the Century Christmas

I love turn of the century photographs, especially photographs that were not posed, photographs that show us what life was actually like over a hundred years ago. I love to look at each face and wonder what their life was like, did they have kids, how long they lived, were they happy or sad? I […]

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Shanghai Photographer

Why I Still Love Film

The debate has been going on for years over whether or not film is dead. While I am definitely a fan of the immediacy and accessibility of shooting digital, there is still something sort of magical about film. Even the process is different, slower, more methodical, perhaps even more purposeful. Will everyone eventually switch over […]

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Terence Chang

The Beauty of Fog

San Francisco is such a gorgeous city. It’s difficult to take a bad photograph of it. These photos by Terence Chang, though, take the beauty of the city to a new level. The way the fog rolls over the lights like a blanket is just stunning and so serene.  I don’t think I have seen […]

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500px vs. Flickr

Is It Time To Dump Flickr?

We’ve been considering moving away from Flickr for awhile now for a number of reasons, not the least of which is Flickr has become, as Scott Kelby (and others) put it, “a place to put your photos when you want a hug”. Enter into the mix, a new photo sharing site called 500px. Except that 500px […]

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FlickrExport Plug-in for Aperture

I’m a big fan of Aperture. I’ve tried every version of Lightroom, and though it keeps getting better, I still keep coming back to Aperture. The interface, the tools, the overall workflow just makes sense to me. It feels more intuitive than Adobe’s offering. That being said, there are several areas where there is room […]

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