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On Photography: Edward Keating, 1956-2021
On Photography: Juergen Teller, 1964-present
Bat-Orgil Battulga: Capturing changing reality in documentary photography
Tanzanian wildlife with Darcee McCutcheon, this week on The Photographer Show
On Photography: Michael Kenna, 1953-present
On Photography: David duChemin, 1971-present
WATERLINE: A hurricane story
On Photography: Richard Drew, 1946-Present
From medicine, to music, to photography: Atop a mountain peak with Jose Mostajo
On Photography: Kwame Brathwaite, 1938-present
Perspectives of landscapes with Todd Higgins, this week on The Photographer Show
On Photography: Hiro, 1930-2021

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On Photography: Michael Kenna, 1953-present

On Photography: Michael Kenna, 1953-present

“Nothing is ever the same twice because everything is always gone forever, and yet each moment has infinite photographic possibilities.” -Michael Kenna Michael Kenna says he could happily be a photographer with no film in his camera. His travels over

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On Photography: David duChemin, 1971-present

On Photography: David duChemin, 1971-present

“Knowing failure is part of our process, and leads to new ideas, stronger work, and more honest questions, liberates us to peer, a little less frightened, into the unknown.”  – David duChemin David duChemin photographs the souls of his subjects.

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Waterline

WATERLINE: A hurricane story

I have been driving around for about an hour. Finally, I stop my vehicle, pick up the camera on the seat next to me, and get out. No need to pull to the side of the road. The streets of

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On Photography: Richard Drew, 1946-present

On Photography: Richard Drew, 1946-Present

“That you can be two hours early, but you can’t be a 60th-of-a-second late. In other words, if you’re not there when it happens, you can’t take a picture of it.” -Richard Drew 20 years ago today, Associated Press photographer

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On Photography: Kwame Brathwaite, 1938-present

On Photography: Kwame Brathwaite, 1938-present

“Black is beautiful.” -popularized by Kwame Braithwaite Kwame Brathwaite, dressed in a three-piece suit, came to MoMA PS1 in Queens, NY for his first photography assignment in over 20 years. He was to make portraits of the artist Joanne Petit-Frère

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On Photography: Hiro, 1930-2021

On Photography: Hiro, 1930-2021

“With the pragmatic brilliance of a Renaissance master, Hiro has changed the way photographs look, and with an endlessly inventive technique has changed the way photographers work.” -The American Photographer The iconic photographer of fashion and still life with a

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On Photography: Gjon Mili, 1904-1984

On Photography: Gjon Mili, 1904-1984

“Time could truly be made to stand still. Texture could be retained despite sudden violent movement.” -Gjon Mili Gjon Mili was one of the first photographers to use electronic flash to light a picture and to stop motion. MIT engineer Gjon

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On Photography: David Douglas Duncan, 1916-2018

On Photography: David Douglas Duncan, 1916-2018

“There’s nobody between you and the print. Nobody. It’s you and the subject and the final print. And if you get it published that way, you’ve said it.” -David Douglas Duncan War photographer’s gear bag David Douglas Duncan kept his

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Have you booked your free ticket to Adobe MAX?

The ultimate creativity conference is less than two weeks away, and you can register for free! For the second straight year, Adobe MAX is going virtual, meaning you can join the conference at no cost. Three full days of speakers,

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Spot metering: The trick to perfect exposures

We all have had experiences where the lighting isn’t perfect — either inside or outside. And we might think we need to boost our ISO, change our aperture or play around with exposure compensation. Often, there’s one simple switch you

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