Category: Photo Community

Borderlands: Interview With Mark Vitaris

 By Ryley Smith

 

Living in the beautiful prairies, there is a lot of history, soul and culture. From where the majestic Rockies touch down to the rolling foothills, into grasslands that stretch on for ages, there is a richness to this land. Mark Vitaris started a project, Borderlands, which has now become a photography book full of passion and beauty. Borderlands was just released only a few short months ago, and we wanted to take the time to interview Mark on his process, progression and the overall importance of his book.

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Transparencies: Steven Shore’s Early Camera Work

 By John Veldhoen

 

On July 22nd MACK Books will present an exclusive and in-depth conversation between Stephen Shore and LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art) curator Britt Salvesen discussing Shore’s photographic work in the new book “Transparencies: Small Camera Works: 1971-1979”.

Stephen Shore and Britt Salvesen in conversation will be on July 22nd, at 4:00 PM MDT/ 7:00 PM EDT! Just tune in to https://mackbooks.co.uk/live to view! 

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Mack Live Presents Stephen Shore and Britt Salvesen in Conversation!

 By Ryley Smith

 

Mack Books just announced that they will be hosting an exclusive live video talk with photographer Stephen Shore and LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art) curator Britt Salvesen! Available to anyone around the world on July 22/23, this in-depth conversation will discuss the distinctive work of Shore and how he practices the act of seeing. 

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Canon’s Next Generation: The EOS R5 and EOS R6!

 By Ryley Smith

 

The next generation of Canon is here and boy, oh boy, are we excited! Canon announced the release of the highly anticipated EOS R6 and EOS R5! These two new full-frame mirrorless cameras have their unique spots within Canon’s line up, with the R6 being the midrange and the R5 being the premium model. With some exciting new features and impressive specs, both the R5 and R6 bring something new to the Canon camera world. 

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Start Capturing Better Landscape Photographs Today With These 7 Fantastic Tips!

 By Gina Yeo

 

1. Be prepared 

Part of landscape photography is immersing yourself into the beauty of nature. However, all of us, landscape photographers, know that nature also has an unpredictable side. Being prepared is key to your success as a landscape photographer. It’s essential that you adequately prepare your photography gear and personal items before you venture off into the great outdoors. Arriving at a location and realizing your batteries for your camera are not fully charged or worse, have been forgotten, is exceptionally disappointing. Standing in cold winds while a thunderous storm pelts rain down on you is much more tolerable with adequate rain gear. Successful preparation will help you focus on capturing your landscape images in the best possible way as opposed to having to deal with distracting issues.

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