Here's the replay for this week's photo critique (#213), “SHADOWS.” My thanks to Troy Miller for guest hosting and member Karen Sweeney for sharing this week's favorite. Also, thanks to everyone who participated, including Amy Brooks, Craig Stampfli, Frederick Van Johnson, Jim Peters, Karen Sweeney, Michael Ryno, Nora Znotinas, Paolo Bosetti, Phil Lewenthal, and Troy Miller. The next critique topic…
Jesse Dittmar has recently released a limited-edition book titled "Overexposed," featuring 97 portraits of well-known personalities of the past decade.
Troy Miller shares his insights into the business side of wedding and portrait photography.
This week's photo critique topic was The Recognizable Abstract.
Pye Jersa shares his insights on how his new "Impossible Things" software works, the advantages of using AI in image editing, and the potential impact it can have on the industry.
Renowned photographer Matthew Jordan Smith shares his experiences photographing the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin.
Here's the replay for this week's photo critique (#211) “Buildings!
In this interview, we delve deep into Rubin's philosophy of using haiku as an innovative tool in photography.
Rob Moroto shares his insights and expertise on the real estate photography business.
Replay for this week's photo critique (#210) "Reflections!