Bystander: A History of Street Photography

 By John Veldhoen

When was it? Seven years ago? I was working in a bookstore in a photography gallery and I had access to a tattered copy of the original version of this book from 1994. I looked through it, but can’t say I read it. At the time, I wasn’t making photographs that were any good myself, and I wasn’t reading anything with intention either. I was just looking (but not seeing).

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Shooting the TCSTV Sony A7R III Field Test

 By Jordan Drake

It’s always a treat when Chris and I each get a copy of a new camera when we shoot an episode, so not only can Chris take photos and video, but I can film the entire episode on the camera in question. That was the case when we went to Sedona for our A7R III field test. You can find out Chris’ thoughts on the A7R III in the embedded video, but I wanted to give my impressions using the camera the way I do every week, shooting our show.

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Printing for Christmas? We Recommend Resolve Photo!

 By Evelyn Drake

When a photographer sees their work printed, something magical happens. It becomes real. If you have not had your photography printed, now is the time to do it. Whether you need an inspirational boost or are looking to give your friends and family a one-of-a-kind photograph for Christmas, give it a try. You’ll be glad you did! 

If you are hoping to have a fine art print made in time for Christmas, submit your order to Resolve by December 5th, 2017. 

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Panasonic G9 First Impressions

 By Jordan Drake

Mirrorless cameras have made huge strides in recent years, becoming incredibly popular with hobbyists and advanced amateurs, but 2017 will be remembered as the year mirrorless cameras really started targeting pros. Olympus’ E-M1 MK II, Sony’s A9 and now Panasonic’s G9 are all designed for the professional market. 

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