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30 blogs about Photography.

  1. Alexander S. Kunz Photography – Weblog
    Landscape & Nature Photographer — Lightroom Expert & Tutor. 🇺🇸 More info

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    February 2024 End Notes
    In February, I made a lot of photos, imported very few of them, and showed even less. How that happened, and other stuff that occurred during the month, is compiled here in my End Notes …
    By Alexander S. Kunz, 47 words
  2. Based On A True Story...
    photography, politics, movies, film. By Stan B. 🇺🇸 More info

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    The Leg Bone's Connected To...
    I have the noticeably bad habit of: taking a photo, getting excited, going back home, editing it, and then that night, if I have something to actually say that goes with it, posting it the …
    By Stan B., 286 words
  3. A Bigger Camera
    By Darin Boville. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Books On My Desk: Buried Things in the Sand, Buried Things in Your Mind
    Egypt and the Holy Land in Historic Photographs. 77 Views by Francis Frith.Introduction by Julia Van Haaften, Selection and Commentary by Jon E Manic WhitePublished by Dover Publications, 1980 Frith was an English photographer in …
    By Darin Boville, 616 words
  4. Bill Fortney
    Photography & Faith. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Gear For Sale: PRICES REDUCED!!!!
    I have a number of pieces of gear I want to sell, if interested please contact me at: [email protected] or call me at (606)-344-0455 Fujifilm X-H1 with battery grip and L bracket Mint condition/low frames …
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  5. Cameras and Photography Explained | News/Views | Thom Hogan
    News and opinions about photography and the camera industry by Thom Hogan, with pointers to his gear specific sites. 🇺🇸 More info

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    WPPI Discounts
    I generally don’t post much about discounts. Most sales are obvious, and you are probably well aware of the ongoing manufacturer discounts that seem to now be a permanent monthly rotating cycle of products on …
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  6. Collected Essays of Craig Mod
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    [RODEN] The Beautiful Meat Grinder and Scarcity Brain
    Hello Roden Subscribers — Running a membership program feels like sticking your head in a meat grinder and hoping a rainbow comes out. It’s a slurry of vulnerability and hubris and insanity, and it’s also …
    By Craig Mod, 78 words
  7. Colossal
    Art, design, and visual culture. By Christopher Jobson, Grace Ebert, et al. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Recasting the Melting Pot: Hugh Hayden’s Iron Sculptures Examine How Culture Is Duplicated and Dispersed
     “A lot of times, I do use notions of cooking and recipes in the way I describe making my work,” Hugh Hayden says in a new short film. “I do think that cooking, as …
    By Kate Mothes, 590 words
  8. Conscientious Photography Magazine
    Jörg M. Colberg's online photography magazine, featuring photographer profiles, interviews, articles, and book reviews. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Rental Person Who Does Nothing
    There is the temptation in the West to see what comes out of Japan as playful and slightly weird. A quote by Ruth Ozeki on the American cover of Sayaka Murata’s Convenience Store Woman describes …
    By Jörg Colberg, 1,581 words
  9. The Family Museum – Blog
    An archival project about vernacular family photography. By Nigel Shephard, Rachael Moloney. 🇬🇧 More info

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    A Letter Home
    Photographer’s studios, like any business, have to innovate to survive. Over the years they have come up with all manner of gimmicks and offers to attract the weary eye. The photographer’s studio here offered a …
    By The Family Museum, 131 words
  10. fiftyfootshadows.net
    Photography. Music. Life. By John Carey. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Staircase Sunset
    There we go. That’s better. I love this moment here. A full moon rising as the sun sets behind me while in the near total silence of this space with its infinite skies. The short …
    By John Carey, 205 words
  11. FogBlog
    A gripping thrill-ride through the world of current traditional photography, exploring technique, darkrooms, chemicals and more. By Herman Sheephouse. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Bigger, Better, Faster, More!
    Morning folks - I hope you are well!Today's FB has a title that not only quotes an album by 4NonBlondes but also, I think, is at the root of what is currently wrong with photography.Oh …
    By Herman Sheephouse, 1,965 words
  12. FUJI X WEEKLY | Blog
    A photography blog dedicated to all things Fujifilm. By Ritchie Roesch. 🇺🇸 More info

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    My 5 Favorite Film Simulation Recipes that use Provia
    Barn in the Field – Prefumo Canyon, CA – Fujifilm X-E4 – Provia 400 Recipe There are 20 different film simulations on the new Fujifilm X100VI. Since there are likely many newcomers to Fujifilm who …
    By Ritchie Roesch, 683 words
  13. Fup Duck Photography
    Percussive learning in a world of automation. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Winding down
    What do we do when it’s all over? Giving up a sport is easy – I can sell or give away any remaining kit and just stop doing whatever it was. Photography leaves a residue …
    By fupduckphoto, 778 words
  14. Guy Tal | Photographer, Author
    This is a reader-supported, ad-free zone. New posts added monthly. 🇺🇸 More info

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    On Prisoners and Dilemmas
    It’s always easier not to think for oneself. Find a nice safe hierarchy and settle in. Don’t make changes, don’t risk disapproval, don’t upset your syndics. It’s always easiest to let yourself be governed. There’s …
    By Guy Tal, 2,304 words
  15. Iconic Photos
    Famous, Infamous and Iconic Photos. More info

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    The Truth about the Beijing Turmoil
    Busy was the Chinese Communist Party in the first few days after it brutally suppressed pro-democracy demonstrators on June 4, 1989. It produced a series of horrifying photos and a photo book to justify its …
    By Iconic Photos, 56 words
  16. I Hit The Button - Travel Blog
    Latest blog posts from Andy Feliciotti about photography and travel. 🇺🇸 More info

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    What is EXIF Data? The Complete Guide
    As photographers, our journey is not just about capturing moments but understanding the gear behind each photo. In this post we’ll dive into the EXIF data, a feature ingrained in digital photography that often goes …
    By Andy Feliciotti, 1,035 words
  17. Landscape and Nature Photography Photoblog • Michael Russell Photography
    Based in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia, I photograph the landscapes and nature of Southwestern BC and the PNW's Washington State. 🇨🇦 More info

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    Lily Point Marine Park and Reserve in Point Roberts Washington
    Beach and Cliffs at Lily Point Marine Park in Point Roberts, Washington State, USA. Lily Point Cliffs at Lily Point Marine Park in Point Roberts Washington (Purchase) Point Roberts has been one of the many …
    By Michael, 86 words
  18. Lens Rentals | Blog
    The largest online rental provider for photography, videography, and lighting equipment and accessories in the United States. By Roger Cicala et al. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Comparing AI-Generated Headshots with Real Headshots
    I’ve talked a lot about AI on this blog over the years – from discussing how it will change the industry, to implementing AI-based tools to better your workflow. In short, I’m pretty terrified of …
    By Zach Sutton, 62 words
  19. A Life in Photography
    This blog is about life, about photography, and about my life in photography. By David B. Jenkins. 🇺🇸 More info

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    More F.O.R.D.
    Late 1930s Hudson Terraplane near Silverville, Indiana.I thought this would be a good time to post a few more selections from my Found On Road Dead collection, otherwise known as "An Anthology of Abandoned Automobiles." …
    By Dave Jenkins, 460 words
  20. Long Delays Possible
    Omar Parada photography blog, portfolio and prints shop. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Almeria
    This is another repeated trip. Years ago I went to Almeria, just as a way to escape from a very bad time in my life. I thought about spending a few days somewhere not too …
    By Omar Parada, 84 words