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  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Chris Orwig!

    Jan 30th, 2013  |  28 Comments

    Photo by Bruce Heavin My name is Chris Orwig, I’m a photographer, author, teacher and on the photography faculty at the Brooks Institute. Thanks for reading and let’s dive in! “A good photograph is one that communicates a fact, touches the heart and leaves the viewer a changed person for having seen it. It isContinue…

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Robert Caplin!

    Jan 23rd, 2013  |  2 Comments

    About three years ago, I was noticing a new trend in photography, that of photo collectives, like Luceo, MJR, Prime, and Razón that were making their way onto my various news feeds through social media. I thought it was quite clever how they used their collective social networks to share the work of their variousContinue…

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Zack Arias!

    Jan 16th, 2013  |  116 Comments

    [Ed Note: Can you believe it's been nearly four years since Zack's last blog post? After watching the video above, Zack expands a bit on the topic at hand. LOTS more after the jump.]

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Uli Staiger!

    Jan 9th, 2013  |  36 Comments

    How I Met My First Pixel I remember that cold day in spring, back in 1991, when I visited a photography fair in the Javits Center in Manhattan. At that time, I worked for Neil Molinaro as a first assistant in Clark, New Jersey. Neil is an unbelievebly creative advertising photographer and an blooming niceContinue…

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Dixie Dixon!

    Jan 2nd, 2013  |  15 Comments

    Hellooooo There! First off I just want to send a heartfelt thank you over to the amazing Scott Kelby, Brad Moore & Kelby Training Team for letting me borrow their blog this Wednesday. I have been a HUGE fan and follower for years now so this is quite the honor :)!!! Today I figured IContinue…

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Stephen Shankland!

    Dec 19th, 2012  |  10 Comments

    On September 9, 2009, my sporadic photojournalism suddenly became as serious as it gets in the technology news business: I had to shoot a Steve Jobs keynote speech. I work for CNET News, where a “Jobsnote” is a harrowing experience. Live coverage means reporters write and photographers write and shoot as the event progresses. StupendouslyContinue…

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