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Giving Back: Why supporting my community is the key to my success

i was asked not long ago, at which point would i consider my photography business a success? i had to stop and think about that one a minute because the term “success” can be very subjective. 712 more words

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Kurfüstendamm

Yesterday I went walking up Kurfüstendamm with camera in hand. Besides being the 5th Avenue of Berlin, it is also one of the most photographed streets in the city. 318 more words

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Performance of ‘No Land’ at Teatro Del Arte, Madrid.

 

Photography by Jenny Swerdlow.

Canon EF film experiment

I’m going to sound old but well, here it comes: when I was a child the memories were recorded with 135mm film cameras. They were compact cameras and very popular, in home dad had a Olympus Pen, a Zenith (Olympic version) and a defective Canon EF camera, this is a FD mount camera, before they made cameras with autofocus and the lenses were EF mount. 467 more words

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The Body Abstract

 For this assignment we were asked to produce an image of the body but in an abstract form. My initial idea was to photograph a model based on the style of Bill Brandt’s abstract nudes, but due to not having a model who I could persuade to go naked for me, I decided to photograph myself. 64 more words

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multiple exposures contest: which image should i submit for the Save the Bay photo contest?

It’s official! “Yellow Morning Sunrise”, “Early Bird Catches the Worm” and “Little Girl Admiring the World” are the top 3 vote-getters in the Multiple Exposures Chesapeake Bay Photo Contest.

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