Prix De La Photographie Paris 2008 (PX3) Awards
The prestigious, but relatively new PX3 awards have been announced for 2008. If you’ve got some time and you’re looking for some inspiration, spend it HERE looking at the work of the winners. Some really gorgeous stuff in there, in a range of styles from international photographers.
Jay Maisel, Joe McNally, Greg Gorman in Vancouver
Not sure how I didn’t know about this but Vancouver Photo Workshops has a steady line-up of incredible teachers coming to one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Here’s a partial list of instructors coming to my fair city this year. – Jay Maisel, Greg Gorman, Joe McNally, Michael Grecco, Gregory Heisler. Looking […]
NEED Magazine, New Baggage Rules, New Lighting Book…
Aspiring humanitarian photographers will want to look into NEED – The Humanitarian Magazine. This is a first class magazine with excellent photography and a strong focus. It’s not filled with ads, just great stories and great images and a really elegant layout. If you’re looking for inspiration, this is it. Subscriptions start around $30 depending […]
Top 100 Destinations – CRAPPY Design – Etc.
TripAdvisor.com has published their 2008 Traveler’s Choice Destination awards and the pdf is available for download HERE – if you’re passionate about traveling the globe this list of top destinations is a wonderful distraction. – While we’re talking travel and top picks for destinations, here’s a link to the Canon/Microsoft Top 100 Iconic Locations Contest. […]
Monday Headlines, etc.
Moose Blogs A Piece of Paper Sometimes ya just shoot nothing good, but that’s part of the process. Read this, from Moose Peterson’s blog. Chase Jarvis Renounces Light Meters Chase has a good post on forsaking the old hand-held light meter. Here’s the wisdom: But one thing is for sure: don’t ever confuse all the […]