For many years, nay decades LIFE was photography and photography was about life. The documentary below, America In Pictures: The Story of LIFE Magazine by British photographer, film maker Rankin traces the roots of LIFE with interviews, sample … [Read more...] about LIFE
Sometimes very unlikely subjects capture our imagination, things that would not be ordinarily appealing to photograph may become very interesting. During a dinner at Cafe Nuovo in Providence, the first thing I noticed as we sat at the table was the … [Read more...] about Salt and Pepper
(Fair warning, long post but worth every word you read!) Your ColorChecker Passport I mean. I think a lot of photographers purchased this very useful piece of equipment but are yet to use it. They probably carry it in their gear bag hoping one day … [Read more...] about Use Your Passport: Create Camera & Light Profiles
Who needs the wires and pulleys? Festival Ballet Providence company dancers were flying around during the Peter Pan run through yesterday. Especially when frozen in a still frame, their work looks so effortless. Yet, they were dancing, moving, … [Read more...] about Come Fly With Them!
I have just heard that Infrared Earthscapes collection I have added as a project at LensCulture has been selected as Editor's Choice. Clearly, it pleases me greatly and I wanted to share the news with you. I will appreciate if you could share this … [Read more...] about Editor’s Pick at LensCulture
LensCulture is a premier Web site that features a select group of photographers and their work, and I have been visiting the site to look at great photography. The Guardian found it to be “One of the most authoritative and wide-ranging sites.” … [Read more...] about LensCulture