Nikon D800: Will 36.3 MP be enough for you?

Monday, February 6th, 2012

The long awaited D800 is launching shortly and the rumors mills will finally be able to check some things off of their lists. Yep, with 36.3 MP, you will now have a studio quality camera in a smaller size than a medium format camera. At an MSRP of about $3000., you’ll save some dough as […]

A blog becomes a career: The Sartorialist

Monday, January 24th, 2011

I first heard about this blog from my daughter who followed it religiously. And the man has made a photographic career from this. Well done, sir. enjoy this on your Monday.

Weekly Giveaway: How about a Triple Feature in your house!

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010

Just a little find from a time looooong ago. Whatever the folks are eating in this would probably cost about $50. now. At the end of this article we’ll share the Simpson’s version of this classic mantra. Which brings us to this weeks giveaway: Photographers in the movies! Shooters have been depicted in the movies […]

Weekly Giveaway – Time to hit the books: Annie Leibowitz style

Monday, September 6th, 2010

Ah yes, summertime becomes a memory and school is back in session. Not for all of us, though. Full time work may be more like it, but that doesn’t mean the learning stops. Ever, it seems. Annie Leibowitz is acknowledged as the world most famous photographer, although this past year, her name has been in […]

Photographers in Cinema – “Blow Up”

Wednesday, October 7th, 2009

When I was kid, the concept of becoming a fashion photographer seemed pretty cool. Not so much the Funny Face/Avedon type, but the slightly grittier version. Photograph beautiful women, cool cars, party time? C’mon, I was raised in an apartment building in New Jersey. There were minor and hard to find glimpses of that life […]

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