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02 09 2021
RETURN TO THE ART OF MAKING IMAGES | INTERVIEW WITH EDWARD JOHN ODES

Return to the art of making images | Interview with Dr. Edward John Odes Dr. Edward John Odes joined OrmsCTSP as a member of our Darkroom Club and did one-on-one sessions under the guidance of our darkroom-star lecturer, Nicole Clare Fraser. Who would've known what would follow! We caught up with him to share a...

07 06 2021
Physicists now understand the multi-spectral qualities of the world’s first color photographs

Physicists now understand the multi-spectral qualities of the world’s first color photographs Article by Jeremy Gray Jonas Ferdinand Gabriel Lippmann, known as Gabriel Lippmann, accomplished a lot during his 75 years. Born in Luxembourg in 1845, Lippmann, a physicist, was a pioneer of color photography. His method for producing color photographs, which relied upon the interference phenomenon, earned...

07 06 2021
Talent Alone Isn’t Enough to Get You Very Far

Talent Alone Isn’t Enough to Get You Very Far Article by Casey Chinn Talent is a wonderful thing, but talent alone isn't enough to bring you success in the photography world. And let's face it, there are lots and lots of talented people out there. Here are some other things that you will probably need...

07 06 2021
Alessandro Corsini Used No Photoshop for These Hypnotizing Photos

Alessandro Corsini Used No Photoshop for These Hypnotizing Photos Article via the Phoblographer My name is Alessandro Corsini. I’m an Italian artist, photographer, and media professional based in Berlin (Germany) for over a decade. Despite having started with photography pretty early, the journey to fine art photography has been long. My academic, professional, and artistic...

07 06 2021
5 Common Mistakes in Landscape Photography and How to Avoid Them

5 Common Mistakes in Landscape Photography and How to Avoid Them Article by Alex Cooke Just like any other genre, landscape photography comes with its own set of potential pitfalls and common mistakes that can derail your images. This fantastic video discusses five common mistakes in landscape photography and what you can do to avoid them...

07 06 2021
Nature Resurges to Overtake Abandoned Architecture in a New Book of Photos by Jonk

Nature Resurges to Overtake Abandoned Architecture in a New Book of Photos by Jonk Article by GRACE EBERT From dilapidated power plants, abandoned medical facilities, and amusement parks left in rusted ruin, the compelling scenes that French photographer Jonathan Jimenez, aka Jonk (previously), captures are evidence of nature’s endurance and power to reclaim spaces transformed by...

07 06 2021
Meryl Meisler’s dazzling portrait of New York hedonism in the 1980s

Meryl Meisler's dazzling portrait of New York hedonism in the 1980s Article by Miss Rosen Four decades later, Meryl has begun sharing her archive of incredible images. In 1975, at the tender age of 23, Meryl Meisler arrived in New York City to study with legendary photographer Lisette Model. The Long Island native quickly found herself at home...

07 06 2021
Darren Lewey: Medium Format Landscape Photography and Abstracts in Morocco

Darren Lewey: Medium Format Landscape Photography and Abstracts in Morocco Article by the Phoblographer I’m a photographer based in Morocco running tours and workshops within a day’s drive which includes Andalusia, Spain. I guess I’m strongly tempted to first explore locations that are closer to me than far-flung ones. It’s part of my ethos that there are...

07 06 2021
60 Seconds: The Human Form And Psyche in Long Exposure

60 Seconds: The Human Form And Psyche in Long Exposure Article by the Phoblographer "I think what makes good art is to engage people and not dictate to people what to feel,” says Mark De Paola. He’s a multi-disciplined creative, working across many industries, inclucing television, art, and photography. His photography series, 60 seconds, is...

07 06 2021
Unseen Dimensions of Trees by Painting Them With Light

Unseen Dimensions of Trees by Painting Them With Light Article by Kimberley Mo This evocative photographic series illuminates and inspires us to look at trees in another way. A photograph can say more than a thousand words put together, and nowhere is that more true than in photographs of nature. With a single image, one...

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