The above video, shot by the Bui Brothers, gives a few minutes look into the behind the scenes of the epic fashion photography of Drew Gardner. You can read more about the video, the photo shoot and how you can get a little deeper into Drew Garner’s method over on the Bui Brother’s blog.
This is one you don’t want to miss.
At PhotoPlus 2010, Chase Jarvis gave a killer keynote speech, which was followed up by a panel discussion with Vincent Laforet, Jasmine Star, Zack Arias, JoeyL and Rob Haggart.
If you missed out on the live stream, it’s embedded below. Grab a snack, and enjoy.
[via Chase Jarvis]
White House Chief Photographer, Pete Souza, will be doing a live Q&A session this Thursday, October 28 at 7PM ET. He’ll be responding to questions asked over Flickr and Facebook.
More details over at WhiteHouse.gov.
I had decided to sit this one out . . . but there sure has been a lot of name-calling, face-making and side-taking, so I thought I would try to clear the air a little bit by offering up my opinion on the matter.
While I am a lawyer, I am not your lawyer and this is an editorial commentary on newsworthy issues rather than legal advice. Remember that one too – unless you’re paying a lawyer, you aren’t really getting legal advice, and what you are getting on blogs, forums and, for that matter, Twitter is worth just what you paid for it. Seriously, remember that the next time you want to rely on someone’s advice on a forum. The judge won’t be too keen on a printout of a blog post when you hand it to him as “evidence.”
Ok, with that out of the way, let’s dig into this Twitastrophe. And, if you’ve made it this far, and don’t know what I mean when I say the word “Twitter,” feel free to skip this post altogether. ;-) [Read more…]
I am always inspired (and humbled) as a photographer as I cull through the Photography Bay Flickr Group each week. As I was checking out some of the additions to the group this week, something stood out a little more than usual.
If you have read any photography websites this week, then you have probably seen this poster already. I first saw it over at Carlos Miller’s Photography is Not a Crime blog.
Somehow, the TSA has managed to take a general warning for everyone to “be on alert” and depict photographers who photograph planes as terrorist suspects. Newsflash to TSA: planes are fun to photograph. Ever hear of Airliners.net?
Maybe you’ll be ok though if you don’t wear a hoodie.