Two years ago, I spent part of November with Carolyn Russo on a trip to China, so it was great to spend time with her at Photolucida and see the culmination of her global travels resulting in her project, The Art of the Airport Tower. In talking with Carolyn about the project, she spoke to the fact that airport towers will one day become obsolete due to advanced technology. Each tower has it's own distinctive architecture worth preserving on film.
Taking photographs during nights or low light situations can be lots of fun captured by specialized equipment such as SLR cameras, tripods, cable releases and flashguns. After sunset, as the light that passes brings a special quality to our everyday world magically transforms all buildings, fireworks and the northern lights becoming popular subjects. For this post, we have compiled a collection of striking examples of low light photography.
His black and white photos and “Decisive Moments” taught me a lot and that moment was my first encounter with Leica. Thank you for your time, Sunghyun Paek! -Leica Internet Team. Click here to see the original interview.
Las Vegas odds-makers probably never considered the chances of New Orleans being visited by another hurricane seven years later on the very same day! What would those odds be? Who knew Mother Nature was going to be so cruel.
Day Dreamer – Leica M9 – 50mm Leica Summilux f/1.4 Asph FLE. Day Dreamer – This is one of my favorite images of my youngest son and whilst that is reason enough in its own right to be included here it also marked the ...
Early in July, I was googling “innovation” and “smartphone” and “photography.” I really wasn’t impressed. There wasn’t anything out there that was inspiring to me. I decided to go on Twitter. I did the same search and found this article; Hiding and Seeking, a Photo Book, from the NY Times feed. I read it through twice because I wanted to soak it all in. This guy is printing a book of his Instagram photos (which isn’t the innovation) AND then hiding them in San Francisco AND then putting a scavenger hunt to his followers to get this one of a kind photo book of his work.
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