The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.
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A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 5,300 times in 2013. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 4 trips to carry that many people.
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Learning to see it from your clients position is so valuable. You also see the different possibilities rather than just what was in the viewfinder.
Ravensbourne Digital Photography
Terry Hawes creative director, art director and graphic designer spent all of the second day of 48Hours helping and advising on shoots and edits.
With a background in print magazines at the BBC and tablet/online at Wired he stressed the need to think outside the viewfinder when composing to give your picture editor sufficient space to crop for both hard and electronic copy, especially as in the latter features like the gutter do not exist.
Level 2 student Peter Marshall reflects on his discussion with Terry
I took full advantage of the opportunity to talk with Terry Hawes as having shot the night before I was finding it hard to narrow down my images to a final few. With his help we had soon picked out the best photos which really told the story of my shoot. We then went on to discuss how photographer’s and art director’s…
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Amber makes wetness a virtue….
See her work at Amber Eggleden
The first video post goes up. Angelika Wierzbicka shoots in studio 4:
Ange spent 5 hours shooting her model in 4 different changes working medium format throughout on Leica S & Phase One IQ160
Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends.
One year on from the first 48 Hour Photo Project here we are again set for a repeat performance with more photographers, more equipment and more fun. Wherever you are in the world just sit back & enjoy the posts as they roll out.
Ange uses a Leica S
First post is Angelika Wierzbicka using a Leica S to shoot Nichole from Paulo Ribeiro, the first fashion shoot of the day, Mon 24 June.
I usually don’t write anything in my daydream posts. But I’d like to dedicate this special post to my co-worker, Katie. Although Katie is a long-time supporter of my blog, she loathes my daydreaming posts. In fact, when she opens up her e-mail to discover that it’s a daydream post, this is what I hear through the office, “d-d-daydreaming! Ugh! g-g-god”
Enjoy, Katie. Coffee break in 10?
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