Chelsea Fuss’ primer on best way to credit photos + “If you don’t have an original source and can’t find it, then don’t use the image.” Happy to see TinEye mentioned as a photo source hunter! 🙂 Continue reading Talking photo credits
Snow finally arrived in Toronto. About time. But this is not South Georgia! The Torontoist timelapse is just awesome! Toronto Pre-Winter Storm Timelapse, at Annette and Runnymede Streets from Torontoist on Vimeo. Continue reading Snow finally!
Errol Morris in conversation with Bill Ganzel in the New York Times. Migrant mother then: and now: (Copyright Bill Ganzel) Continue reading
Richard Mosse has an incredible photo series taken in Irak in 2009. Continue reading Saddam’s Palace
Wondering what comes up in an image search for “women with mustache”? Wonder no more! (via Adobe Blog) Continue reading
The life and photos of a staff photographer at the Sun-Sentinel. And not just any photographer but Lou Toman. I just love his now and then shot. How times have changed! Continue reading Lou Toman and his photography
It is almost summer and what that means is walking to work everyday! My route takes me from Queen Street (West) and Dovercourt to Queen Street (East) and Sherbourne and it is never a boring walk. Managed to snap a few shots too! Continue reading Queen Street Love
In celebrity media, photography can move a lot of money around. To show what a difference a cover makes, PDN took a look at all of People‘s regular-issue covers from 2008 and how many copies each one sold. Interesting insights! Continue reading Twin babies are money in the bank!
A great Boeing article in Condenast Portfolio with outstanding photographs by Christopher Griffith. The 777 built by Alan Mulally was the first plane digitally designed and preassembled on a computer. The slide show does not do justice to Christopher’s photographs (in the print edition)! Not to be missed is A Photo Editor’s interview with Christopher … Continue reading Bumpy ride for Boeing
Too bad Condenast Portofolio is no longer, I used to enjoy the magazine. This Richard Prince article was a good read yesterday (I am catching up on my magazine reading!).Is re-photography and art form? Famous for “re-photography”—photographing existing photos and selling them as his own—Prince, in the early part of the decade, was a well-established, … Continue reading Re-photography