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Deal Alert: Amazon Offering 75% Off Photo Prints

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One woman just received a big lesson on how NOT to treat photographers, and one photographer is being praised for how she handled an extremely difficult client. My original 52 Week Challenge in 2016 was a huge success, with tens of thousands of photographers participating from around the world. In ...

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This Woman Tried to Publicly Shame a Photographer, and It Backfired

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Brides magazine recently published an advice article titled “Essential Questions You Need to Ask Your Wedding Photographer,” and some of the “pro tips” may raise eyebrows among wedding photographers. Sphere is a new lens that’s designed to turn any DSLR camera into a 360-degree camera. It captures a full 360-degree ...

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Republicans Propose $2,500 Fine for Photography on House Floor

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Brides magazine recently published an advice article titled “Essential Questions You Need to Ask Your Wedding Photographer,” and some of the “pro tips” may raise eyebrows among wedding photographers. Sphere is a new lens that’s designed to turn any DSLR camera into a 360-degree camera. It captures a full 360-degree ...

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Brides Magazine: Make Sure Photog is Using ‘Cannon or Nikon’

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Brazilian photographer Ricardo Stuckert recently had a helicopter flight diverted due to a storm, but the change in plans led to a set of remarkable photos: Stuckert spotted and photographed an uncontacted Amazonian tribe. As each new year approaches, people usually start thinking about what they can do better or ...

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U.S. Now Asking Foreign Travelers for Instagram Usernames

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The U.S. government is now asking certain foreign travelers about their social media accounts prior to entering the country. Among the various services listed in the new “optional” section is Instagram. The new social media info request is found in the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) form that’s part ...

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Photographer Finds Her Backup Drives Stolen on Christmas Eve

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Christmas is often called “the most wonderful time of the year,” but for one Canadian photographer, this year’s holiday season has been anything but. On Christmas Eve, Johany Jutras returned home and found that burglars had stolen her precious backup hard drives and photo archives. CBC News reports that Jutras ...

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Photographer Spots an Uncontacted Tribe in the Amazon

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My name is Sam Vox. I am a freelance photographer from Tanzania. I became a full-time photographer because of my Instagram account. In this post, I’ll share how I grew my Instagram account without using any online services. Many years ago when I was a starry-eyed undergrad I would ask ...

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The Day That Made AP Photographers Switch to 100% Color Film

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Prior to January 22, 1987, Associated Press photographers were given a choice of shooting B&W or color film on photo assignments. But on that day, something happened that caused AP photographers to switch to shooting every assignment in color: it was the suicide of American politician R. Budd Dwyer. Warning: ...

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Sharing Photography to Reclaim the Streets from Gun Violence

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Swedish photographer Tomas Jönsson has taken and shared two photos with what he claims is an unreleased Nikon D7** full-frame DSLR. They’re low-light photos so utterly unbelievable that, if they are indeed legitimate, they mean Nikon has an incredible ace up its sleeve. Over on Instagram, there’s a guy who ...

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