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While posing for a photo shoot in her wedding dress near a river in Montreal, a woman slipped and fell into water about 1-foot deep.  The “wedding dress got soaked and became extremely heavy.  She started slipping and falling down when the photographer grabbed her but she was too heavy that he couldn’t pull her from the edge,” according to Quebec provincial police Sgt. Ronald McInnis. [click to continue…]

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Nikon Facebook

A recent status update on Nikon’s Facebook page stated that “A photographer is only as good as the equipment he uses.”

I can appreciate the marketing push for your products over competitors, but limiting a photographer’s skill to the equipment he uses is a pretty dumb thing to say. [click to continue…]

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Tigers 1 – Photographer 0

I’m thinking the mascot was trying to jump over the photographer here. Or, maybe he just lost him in his peripheral vision due to the costume. Either way, that’s a tough way to be taken out of the game. [click to continue…]

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Chase Jarvis PhotoPlus

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]

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See, if you opt for the waist pack it lowers your center of gravity, thus helping to maintain your balance. [click to continue…]

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Open for Questions with Pete Souza

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.

Souza made some history last year by becoming the first photographer to capture a President’s official photo with a digital camera (a Canon 5D Mark II).

More details over at WhiteHouse.gov.

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