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    We came to Norway chasing the night light. Laura and I have been planning this trip for months. This was more than an assignment, this was a quest. We wanted to make a time-lapse video showing the Aurora Borealis--the Northern Lights. We thought the light we sought would be green and dancing, and there was some of that. Mystical, almost spiritual waifs. There is science behind the swirling bands of green. During large solar explosions huge quantities of particles are thrown from the surface of the sun into deep space. When the particles hit the Earth's magnetic field they are drawn to an area around the magnetic North Pole creating the celestial green streaks of light. But the real beauty to me was watching the bright full moon travel across the sky illuminating the mountains and fjords. The night sky above the arctic circle…

    Shooting the Olympic Games: The preparation, challenges, and the advantages! Hundreds of millions of people have watched the Olympic Games on their televisions or seen the countless images being transmitted online from this epic sporting event, but far fewer have had the opportunity to experience the Olympics first hand. Trust me, being there is truly an amazing experience! I have been lucky enough to photograph three Olympic Games (Beijing, Vancouver, and London) and I am already preparing for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Since you are reading this on Scott’s blog, chances are you have an interest in photography, and maybe even sports photography. I thought you might like to know what it is like to be a photographer at the Olympics. Photographer Dave Black says that “shooting the Olympics is like photographing three Super Bowls per day for 16 consecutive days.”…

    Photo by JerSean Golatt A big thanks to Scott for his leadership and for the tremendous effort he puts into designing incredible resources that sharpen artists all over the world…You rock man. You may know me as a travel photographer and story teller for change… most of the client work I do is in effort to improve quality of life for people in material poverty. I work a ton in Africa & Asia and love to create & shoot campaigns for initiatives like clean water projects, education, church expansion, clean wood-burning stoves and more. I feel strongly that we are called to use what we've been given to invest in others and up to last year, I did that mostly with my camera. In northern Kenya with Paradigm Project, on assignment to capture the experience of cooking indoors over an open fire. In 2011,…

    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 is in a word effective.” -Irving Penn Actress Isabel Lucas photographed at Gaviota Beach. Penn was right, good photographs have a dynamic force that affect us and sometimes even bring about change. And the photographs that I like most, are those that help me to celebrate and savor life. These are the photos that capture fleeting moments that would have otherwise been lost. They make me feel, think, remember and thrive. Surfer and rock climber Jeff Johnson photographed with large format camera and expired film. You see I’m a photographer…

    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 various members in a way that didn't seem pompous or overly self-promotional as it can often seem when when an individual 'toots their own horn' and continuously posts only their work on their personal accounts. It was then I thought, 'why not create a similar resource for all freelancers like myself? I'll call it "The Photo Brigade." It all started on Facebook where I began sharing links to great blog posts from many freelance bloggers with anyone who was interested in following our feed. Rather quickly we had over 1000…

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