This is a "recommended viewing" for any of you interested in presenting and exhibiting photography as art.
Last month Ariel Shanberg from the Center for Photography at Woodstock was at the B&H Event Space to give his talk, 'Getting Known/Being Shown'. It was recorded it and it is now posted on the B&H YouTube channel. Here's the link:…Continue
Added by Marcus Maddox on April 5, 2013 at 1:00pm — No Comments
At the COOP meeting on Tuesday 1/8/2013, an idea that Marcus and I have been floating between us was discussed.
That idea is to have COOP photo shoots. The problem I discovered with meetup.com is if your group is small, less than 100, it is difficult to get any decent participation with any event.
My suggestion instead was to tap into larger meetup.com shoots where we might be a sub group meeting at one of their shoots.
A perfect example is an upcoming 14th…
Added by George Vaselakos on January 14, 2013 at 4:25pm — No Comments
Adobe has made available a "BETA" version of the next release of the Lightroom software. There are some changes to some basic functions as well as some key additions to the product that will impact any/all Lightroom users (who choose to upgrade). I will not attempt to list all of the various changes, but will mention something that you is different in the "Develop" module that will most likely also be a change to the next version of Adobe Photoshop Camera RAW.
The "Basic" adjustment…Continue
Added by Marcus Maddox on January 25, 2012 at 5:07pm — No Comments
DP Review of New Phone with Zeiss Lens
The above words (and link) sum up the point of the is post. What many professional photographers have appreciated for a long time was that there was an level of exclusivity associated with the tools of their profession. Carl Zeiss is a name that has a long history in producing some of the best optics for photography available. With quality…Continue
Added by Marcus Maddox on November 1, 2011 at 4:22pm — No Comments
A photographer having one of their images used without license is all too common today. A photographer achieving some level of compensation for having their work used without permission is less common today. Then again for a photographer to experience both of these things and then be branded as some evil hater of the arts using social media tools - that's a new one.
Jay Maisl, who recently celebrated his 80th birthday, has recently experienced all of the aforementioned. One of his…Continue
Added by Marcus Maddox on July 15, 2011 at 12:30am — No Comments