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TOOLS & TECHNIQUES
Custom Tools of the Trade
We talk to three fine-art photographers about the tools they adapted to make the photographs they wanted to see.
Unexpected Lighting: LED Lights for Digital Capture, Strobe-Lighting Outdoor Action Sports and Light Painting on a Huge Scale
Three photographers explain how they’ve put familiar light sources to use in unfamiliar ways.
How Inventors Turn Their Ideas into Products
Photographer/entrepreneurs describe the long, sometimes difficult process of launching their inventions in the marketplace.
Compact Cameras: Keep It Discreet
Photographers are using small cameras and smart phones to capture conflict, street and documentary images while remaining inconspicuous. Is this a micro revolution?
City Guide: Montreal
Photographers in the Montreal market describe the pros and cons of living and working in their city.
Does Editorial Post-Production Cost Too Much?
Budget-wary photo editors worry about the often high costs and overuse of post-production; photographers insist that post is an essential element of the images they deliver. In this PDN report, photographers, editors and retouchers tell their side of the story.
Right Stuff: Making The Transition from Staff Photographer to Freelancer
Former newspaper photographer Tiffany Brown creates a marketing campaign that reinforces her new brand on the Web, in print and via e-mail.
Client Meeting: Strength in Small Numbers
Leaving a powerhouse advertising agency to found a small studio seems counterintuitive, but for creative directors James Selman and Matt Stein of weights&pulleys, getting small was the best way to move their careers forward.
How I Got That Shot: The Illusion of an Explosion
Jonathon Kambouris describes step by step how he played with focus and hard lighting to create depth and dimension in a still-life image.
Objects of Desire:
Sony’s DEV-5 Digital Binoculars
Product Reviews:Canon EF 8-15mm f/4L Fisheye USM Lens
CanvasPop Printing Service
Ziyah Gafic’s forensic photos are a poignant document of genocide in Bosnia.
TV networks are playing fast and loose with photographers’ copyrights.
Justin Guariglia’s new book project for a unique, and royal, client.