Day: July 12, 2017

Do You Need a Photography Resume?

In the photography world, there is a lot of emphasis on having a portfolio, but hardly any attention is ever given to the photography resume. So do you even need a photography resume at all? The question is largely debatable and boils down to the type of photography you are aiming to do. In this post, […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: River Sunset with ND Filter

There are sunsets and then there is this. Captured on the Beaver River up North, this image has been aptly described as simultaneously depressing and elating. Depressing, as very few have the opportunity to take time out of their daily grind to experience something like this in person, and elating because these moments do actually […]

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A Very Rare Genre: Medical Photography

After years of working in typical areas of photography, Eneil Simpson, has found his calling in a very surprising place: the operating room. As a former flight instructor, Simpson stumbled into very unique and rarely seen world of ophthalmic and surgical photography, after asking his eye doctor if he could sit in on and take […]

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Nikon releases limited edition camera posters for 100th anniversary

If a gunmetal grey Nikon D5 doesn’t really suit your fancy, and the thought of weighing down your stationary with a crystal Nikon effigy just doesn’t get the blood pumping, then maybe Nikon’s latest 100th anniversary product will hit the spot. Nikon has teamed up with portfolio and printing company Level.Press to create a series […]

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Nikon Full-Frame Mirrorless is On Its Way

If you are a Nikon shooter, you might have found the announcement of the 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6E VR AF-P puzzling. While it looks great on paper, the lens seems to be ahead of its time, since the only cameras the lens is fully compatible with are the recent DX cameras. What is the point of announcing […]

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