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SanDisk Extreme Team – Week On Facebook

I have been a user of SanDisk memory cards for a very long time and a proud member of the Extreme Team for many years…A while back they asked me some questions about some of my favorite images and I can’t even remember the answers at this point but I thought I would post them to my blog as well as they appear. Now’s a good time to ask any questions about memory cards in the comments…Read On…

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Be A Winning Photographer (Even If You Lose) Photography Contests

Hurray for me.

I entered a few photo competitions this year and was a finalist in the Days Japan contest and had work selected for publication in the American Photography Book. See the winners here.

One of the images selected for the American Photography Book 33. It was particularly difficult for me to figure out which photos to enter since I shot thousands during the conventio…Read On…

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Every Frame, Everyday Street-Tokyo – Douglas Palmer

As I have often noted, one of the joys of teaching photography is the educational benefit I get when working with students. I will be posting more information and images from our street photography workshop in Tokyo last month– but in the meantime I thought I would share this cool video made by workshop participant Douglas Palmer.

Time Lapse Effect

Doug took every one of the 2,…Read On…

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Nikon’s New Ad Campaign Signals A Brighter Future For Us Passionate Photographers

If you’re in New York City in the next few weeks you might run into some of my images, particularly along the N Subway Line or at the Times Square or Atlantic Subway stops.

I had the good fortune to work on a campaign for two things I really love; the city I live in and the equipment I use to capture it.

Shot on a Nikon D750, you can see this enormous enlargement outside the Br…Read On…

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Today’s Photograph: Looking Down

Today’s photograph is a reminder to not only scan the world in front of you but check in all directions for potential images. I just happened into this building in Lisbon and I suppose I couldn’t help but look up when I saw someone staring back down at me. A quick shot and he was gone. Still working with my partner Soichi Hayashi on a Lisbon Passionate Photography Workshop…stay tune…Read On…

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