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Spring: Jamie Scott’s Masterpiece

From Petapixel today, the incredible story of filmmaker Jamie Scott’s timelapse wonder, Spring. Watch and be amazed. Read about how he put it all together over three years here: https://petapixel.com/2017/05/09/incredible-flower-timelapse-took-3-years-8tb-photos-create/ ArtartistCentral ParkFilmmakerFlowersinnovationInspirationJamie ScottnatureNew YorkNYCPetapixelscienceSpring

FujiLove Live 2017 Recap: Never Stop Learning

Street photography with Valerie Jardin **Thank you to Swiss FujiX photographer Jens Krauer for sharing images from the event. Check out his work here: http://fujifilm-x.com/photographers/jens-krauer/ FujiLove Magazine editor Tomasz (Tomash) Trzebiatowski had never been to New York City when he began planning the FujiLove Live conference held February 25-26. But bringing photographers from around the world to the Big Apple was a big part of his vision. After one trip to NYC to scout for a…

Photography Inspiration Around the Corner: FujiLove LIVE — Feb.25-26, 2017

Finally, I’m going to New York for the first time in February to attend the “FujiLove Live” event hosted by FujiLove Magazine at Bathhouse Studios. Here’s a great podcast at Valerie Jardin’s podcast with Fujilove Magazine editor Tomash: http://valeriejardinphotography.com/podcast/2016/12/2/hit-the-streets-12-tomash-fueled-by-passion I love traveling to photography events because it’s always a cultural experience and a learning experience — a chance to expand my world and meet people who share a common passion. I’ve pasted the event details below!…

Artist Profile: Photographer Lou Jones

During my recent travels to Europe, I had a long layover in Boston. I tracked down photographer Lou Jones in advance & was lucky enough that the timing worked for us to connect and meet in person. Well, it wasn’t all luck. Lou dashed back from teaching at New York City’s PhotoPlus Expo to make it to our appointment and I am ever grateful. This month, he’s featured in Street Photography Magazine. I wrote the…

Nostalgic For 20 Seconds Ago

Imagine landing a photography commission from Converse at age 15 and then having your career explode like fireworks. That’s the story of ultra-talented 22-year-old photographer Olivia Bee, a Portlander (Oregon) who is now based in Brooklyn. In January, she was featured as one of Forbe’s “30 under 30” to watch list of artists and style innovators. Olivia will be back home in Stumptown this weekend to launch her first photography book, “Kids in Love” published…