A full collection of aerial photographs from more than a hundred years ago has been recently displayed at the Library of Congress. A late photographer named George R. Lawrence inherited a camera studio in 1893 and opened his new company with a catchy motto saying, “The Hitherto Impossible in Photography is Our Specialty.” The Library of Congress has described Lawrence as particularly interested in aerial photography and started his creative journey in 1901 which was able to lead him to start shooting for aerial images taken thousands of feet above the ground.
David Emitt Adams, a photographer experiments with the discarded film canister. This unconventional photographer has made a series of tintype photographs that were created using 35 mm film canisters. Now Adams is teaching “Introduction to … [Continue reading]
Darren Jew a Brisbane native award-winning nature photographer has dedicated almost all his life on photography. He has this vision to transport the viewers to the depths of the ocean that amazed and fascinated him. This award-winning photographer … [Continue reading]
Top photojournalists were recognized in red carpet style at the Canon Media Awards held in Auckland New Zealand. “This section of the Awards always means a great deal to us. Canon has supported New Zealand’s most talented photojournalists at … [Continue reading]
Chris McCooey, owner and photographer of Lake House Photography. Its current studio is in downtown Ridgeway, has worked long hours to turn his dream into a reality and still makes the time to give back to his community. It is always wonderful to be … [Continue reading]