Photo archive for 2011-02-24

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(4 years ago)
« Carolina Torres IllustrationNew Site for Cody HaltomPublic School mem­ber Cody Haltom has recently launched a brand-spanking-new site. And with the new projects, a few of which you can see below, comes a pretty darn fun pro­file. I have to say I love it when port­fo­lios reveal the designer’s per­son­al­ity in addi­tion to the work—makes it that much more memorable.

Heartie

(4 years ago)

Digital Photographer of the Year Awards 2010 Winners Announced

(4 years ago)
February 24, 2011 /Photography News/ The winners of the Digital Photographer of the Year Awards 2010 have been announced in Issue 106 of Digital Photographer. All the winners and runners up feature in a beautiful glossy supplement, free with this issue of the magazine.The DPOTY Awards 2010, launched in July last year and has received an unprecedented response, with more than triple the amount of entries than the previous year’s competition.The category winners for 2010 are:Overall Digital Photographer of the Year – Emma GoulderLandscape Digital Photographer of the Year – Glyn FletcherPortrait Digital Photographer of the Year – Mo AyyadWildlife Digital Photographer of the Year – Peter DennessTravel Digital Photographer of the Year –  David BurdenAction Digital Photographer of the Year – Adrian GunawanCreative Digital Photographer of the Year – Branko StojanovicEditor Rosie Tanner said, “It’s been a fantastic contest, with thousands and thousands of quality entries submitted. The portrait category was of a particularly high standard, making it very difficult to judge.”The competition judges also included Editor in Chief, Debbi Allen, The Guardian Newspaper picture editor, Eamonn McCabe, Photography expert, Will Cheung and General Manager of Marketing Digital Imaging Division at Samsung, Steve Mitchell.Steve Mitchell, said, “Judging the DP Awards was challenging due to the high standard of the entries in all categories. It was inspiring to see both[..]

Sosweet

(4 years ago)

Composition: Not Just About Positioning Your Subject, But About Positioning Yourself Too

(4 years ago)
Composition is not just about positioning subjects in your shot – but sometimes is more about positioning yourself as a photographer in order to make a more pleasing arrangement of subjects in your frame.I learned this principle for myself back in a high school photography class where my teacher pointed out that every portrait I [...]Post from: Digital Photography School - Photography Tips. Check out our resources on Portrait Photography Tips, Travel Photography Tips and Understanding Digital Cameras.Composition: Not Just About Positioning Your Subject, But About Positioning Yourself Too

How I Work with Memory Cards

(4 years ago)
A Guest Post on Memory Cards from Andrew Mills.The memory card – every digital photographer uses them, and they are the subject of many heated debates.Everyone is different, and have differing opinions, rituals and ways of doing things, but this article goes into how I use/work with memory cards. It contains some tips,etc., that I [...]Post from: Digital Photography School - Photography Tips. Check out our resources on Portrait Photography Tips, Travel Photography Tips and Understanding Digital Cameras.How I Work with Memory Cards

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(4 years ago)

Arbyz

(4 years ago)

I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe.

(4 years ago)
Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhauser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time like tears in rain. … Time to die.I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe.Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhauser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time like tears in rain. … Time to die.
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