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  1. Clearfield School Board Questioned About Policy on Professional Photography On Campus

    Gantdaily.com - Pennsylvania (PA) 08.23 / 15:06 gantdaily.com
    CLEARFIELD – During public comment at Monday night’s Clearfield Area School Board meeting, photographer and local resident Ryan Bender questioned the district’s policy regarding professional photography on campus. Bender said he was told he is not allowed to come on school property to take pictures for teams when requested and asked what the reasoning is…
  2. Learning to See: In Photography and In Life

    Fstoppers.com - Technology 08.23 / 15:06 fstoppers.com
    I still remember the first time I heard the word. Senior year of high school. Sitting lazily squeezed into a metallic desk-chair combination unwillingly decorated with the carvings of amateur graffiti artists from years past. The boisterous post-recess classroom went quiet as my favorite teacher, and apparently everyone’s favorite teacher, Mrs. Wallace entered the room. With an ever-present sense of flair, she strode to the chalkboard and wrote out eight letters in big bold type. P…
  3. This 17-Year-Old Photographer Is Probably More Dedicated to Photography Than You Are

    Fstoppers.com - Technology 08.23 / 13:07 fstoppers.com
    In order to evolve as photographers, we need to keep making pictures and push our personal and professional boundaries. Stagnation can be one of the most demotivating situations to experience, as a photographer and as a human being. On a day off, AKA the freelancer's life, with nothing more to do than reading, watching tv shows or browsing the web, it can be difficult to motivate yourself to get up and do something productive. (Of course, slow times are important, but I'm sure you know…
  4. Does Photography Distract You From Enjoying Life? It's Complicated.

    Fstoppers.com - Technology 08.23 / 12:01 fstoppers.com
    If you’re like me, you spent yesterday evening flipping through dozens of eclipse photographs on social media. Whether you wanted to see them or not, there they were. All the blurry, grainy Instagram shots taken through cheap eclipse glasses got me thinking…how much did we actually experience this crazy, incredible, once-in-a-lifetime event, and how much of it was spent waiting for the perfect, “'gram-worthy” shot? Does photographing something take you out of the moment and prevent you from…
  5. Best Nightlife Photography of the Past 20 Years

    Craveonline.com - Arts&Culture 08.23 / 03:19 craveonline.com
    After the sun sets and regular folks got to sleep, a new world comes to life in the dark. The post Best Nightlife Photography of the Past 20 Years appeared first on…
  6. Best of the Solar Eclipse | Views From the International Space Station and Stunning Photography

    Mpora.com - Lifestyle 08.22 / 22:55 mpora.com
    Some of the most memorable images from the most-viewed solar eclipse of all time Millions of Americans donned protective eyewear yesterday as the first solar eclipse to unfold from coast to coast in over a century plunged the country into darkness. The main highlights from the event included the sun getting covered by the moon […] The post Best of the Solar Eclipse | Views From the International Space Station and Stunning Photography appeared first on…
  7. Disney unveils #DreamBigPrincess photography campaign to kick off $1 million fundraiser for Girl Up

    Disney kicked off a brand-new photo campaign on social media with #DreamBigPrincess, which celebrates the inspirational stories from all over the world to encourage children everywhere to pursue their dreams. Nineteen female photographers from 15 different countries have curated a series of images displaying real girls and women as part of Disney’s “Dream Big, Princess” […] Disney unveils #DreamBigPrincess photography campaign to kick off $1 million fundraiser for Girl Up…
  8. Adrien Leavitt's Photography Basks in the Beauty of Queer Bodies

    Thestranger.com - Arts&Culture 08.22 / 15:25 thestranger.com
    "It's about being vulnerable in a world that often rejects us." by Emily Pothast Right now, the walls of Vermillion are covered with photographs of bodies. Fat bodies and thin bodies. Brown bodies and white bodies. Bodies with tattoos and bodies with scars. Gender nonconforming bodies. Each one revealing a private, interior world of vulnerability and emotion typically reserved for our most intimate moments. The bodies are…