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Joel Brodsky’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Exhibition Sets a Photography Fire in the Lower East Side

Soho, a neighborhood once lined with low-income tenement houses, is today, as we know, an upscale hipster mecca. Contemporary galleries and dumpster chic fashion boutiques press against each other, creating a pseudo-affluent art community. I found myself here on March 26, ready to attend a photo exhibit at the Morrison Hotel Gallery. The exhibited photographer was none other than Joel Brodsky—the Brooklyn-native who shot the...

ReWrap Podcast Episode 6: Guest Host Mike Kelley, The Worst Parts of Being a Pro Photographer & Who Are We Making Photos For?

Karaminder is still getting his connection sorted out in India, so this week I’m joined by architectural photographer Mike Kelley as we delve into the subject of Amazon Cloud Drive and the death of the legendary Paul C. Buff. We also discuss an unusual subject of the worst parts of being a photographer, I ask Mike some “not so obvious questions,” and we talk about who we are really making photos for (and who we should...

Behind the Scenes of Interstellar: Making Zero-G

Check out this video that goes into detail on how Christopher Nolan and his team simulated Zero-G’s in his latest movie, Interstellar. Much of what we have seen out of movies in the past, which would be small, short cuts of zero gravity, would be achieved in a controlled drop in an airplane. That kind of drop removes the semblance of gravity, but only for a short while. For the team to shoot Interstellar, they would have to have...

Photographer of the Day: Jaokim Eskildsen and the Journeys of the Roma

Joakim Eskildsen portrays Roma people all across the globe. Who are the Roma? According to definition “the Romani (also spelled Romany), or Roma, are an ethnicity of Indian origin, living mostly in Europe and the Americas. Romani are widely known among English-speaking people by the exonym “Gypsies” (or Gipsies). Other exonyms are Ashkali and Balkan Egyptians and Sinti.” Between 2000 and 2006 Eskildsen and Cia...

TriggerTrap Has a New Pro-Level Timelapse App

TriggerTrap, an app that has slowly been adding features over the past three years, has an addition that’s big enough to warrant it’s own app: TriggerTrap Timelapse Pro. So what does it do? Any photographer who’s dabbled with timelapse will be familiar with the intervalometer. But with Triggertrap Timelapse Pro, you don’t just get intervalometer features – there are also our brand new delay modules, enabling the...

Amazon Announces Unlimited Photo Storage for $12 a Year, Unlimited Everything for $60 a Year

Amazon just went no holds barred in the cloud storage market with Amazon Cloud drive, offering two new storage plans for data. The plans will allow you to automatically upload endless amounts of new content, in either the Unlimited Photos Plan or Unlimited Everything Plan and only pay one flat fee per year. A free 3-month trial is available for customers to try either plan:Unlimited Photos Plan (free 3-month trial, then $11.99 per...

Apple’s New Prism-Based Camera Sensor Could Greatly Increase Resolution While Decreasing Noise

Apple recently secured a patent for a new special prism-based three sensor camera, and this could be an indication of their plans for a next generation iPhone, whether that be the 7 or the 8. There has been much speculation recently as to what Apple has in mind, fueled in part by Apple’s John Gruber saying that the next generation would be the greatest leap for their mobile camera technology yet.     The new camera...

SmallHD Introduces a 5 Inch 1080p Monitor that Weighs Less Than a Pound

Small HD has announced a very tiny monitor that weighs almost nothing. The SmallHD 502 on-camera monitor features a Full HD, 1920×1080 LCD display with a pixel density greater than the iPhone 6. This would make the 502 is the sharpest 5-inch camera-top monitor in the world. The 502’s LCD display is able to produce 85% NTSC Color Gamut (greater than the REC. 709 color standard), rivaling the color capabilities of OLED...

Heidi Levine Wins the 2015 Anja Niedringhaus Courage in Photojournalism Award

Photojournalist Heidi Levine has been announced as the 2015 winner of the Anja Niedringhous Courage in Photojournalism award, an annual award presented by the International Woman’s Media Foundation. The award is named after the Pultzer Prize-winning photographer Anja Niedringhaus, who was tragically killed in 2014 while working in Afghanistan. Levine is an American freelance photographer currently working out of Jerusalem. She...

Photographer of the Day: Natalie Brasington with Her Crash-A-Rama Series

Today’s photographer of the day is Natalie Brasington, who specializes in commercial entertainment and editorial portraits… But for this series she stepped way outside that comfort zone. She normally shoots in a studio with lighting and assistants and such, but she traded that in for an on-location shoot at the Lake Erie Speedway. Her series, the Crash-a-Rama, locally dubbed “The Redneck Rodeo” captures the diversity of...

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  • Behind the Scenes of Interstellar: Making Zero-G

  • Gear Talk: What is the Best 35mm Available?

  • Social Experiment on the Value of Art, Starring a $10 IKEA Piece

  • There is No Excuse to Not Make Films on Weekends

  • A Dad Proves Anything is Possible with LEGO, Epically Recreates Jurassic Park in Stop Motion

  • Wait, Someone is Recommending You Dry Your Lenses Using Menstrual Pads?

  • The Meerkat App is Making it Easier for Photo Educators to Share and Engage

  • Take a Visual Journey Through the World’s Largest Cave by Foot and by Air

  • Are You Using Any of Adobe’s Mobile Editing Apps?

  • Clay Cook & David Crewe Battle Ridiculous Weather to Get Striking Portraits with the Profoto B2