Author Archives: Jin
Video is such a new medium. It can only get better. It’s great to see a project like this where the focus is on a really interesting idea rather than sheer technical prowess, though the editing here is no joke.
Check out PressPausePlay, a look at what the digital revolution has done for art-making. The filmmakers focus on music and film, but all of what they say is directly applicable to photography. Before you could sell a record for $10 … Continue reading
George Eastman house has made a video illustrating how old Civil War era tintypes are made. (via PetaPixel)
Photographs by Yowayowa Camera Woman Jump pictures taken to a whole new level!
“The thing I would like to say to you with all my heart is that everybody I know who does interesting creative work, they went through a phase of years where they had really good taste and they could tell … Continue reading
So, what does it take to be a National Geographic photographer? As I have said, great photography, but also the photographer must possess the attributes of intellect, passion, maturity and drive. Intellect is essential because the photographer shapes the story, … Continue reading
Photograph by Brandon Tauszik Brandon Tauszik is a San Francisco based photographer originally from England. After learning the craft of photojournalism in Europe, and a stint at Invisible Children, a media based non-profit organization, he now assists Magnum photographer Jim … Continue reading
Japanese band Androp wins the award for most creative use of camera strobes in a music video. A giant array of strobes on cameras fire to in synchrony to spell out words and create patterns. Check it out!
Buying Camera Gear: Interview with the Tax Ninja from PhotoShelter.com on Vimeo. As tax time slowly creeps up on us, I’m reminded of Photoshelter’s featuring the “Tax Ninja,” Matthew T. Whatley, who tells us about the right and wrong way … Continue reading