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Bringing Pan Am Back To Life: Photographing And Lighting The First Class Cabin of a 747

From its founding in the 1920s to its peak in the 1960s and 1970s, Pan Am set the status quo when it came to international travel. Everyone wanted to fly Pan Am, other airlines wanted to be Pan Am, and everyone wanted to work for Pan Am. Revered by the rich and famous, the traveling Read MoreRead More

The Pentax 645Z brings Medium Format to Video

Pentax has just announced the 645Z Medium Format camera which will be shipping for just under $8500. What does mean for the filmmaker? Well the DSLR revolution has been dominated by 35mm still frame cameras – now for the first time there’s a larger than 35mm camera on the market that can shoot video.  Here Read MoreRead More

How To Pose And Photograph a Huge Group Shot With Thousands Of People

Shooting large groups is a difficult task – it’s even harder when you’ve got close to a thousand to corral – check out this behind the scenes video about what it takes to craft such a massive photo. Photographing large groups and make the photos look good is always a hard task. Any group of Read MoreRead More

It’s Bliss: Behind the Iconic Windows XP photo

The story behind one of the most iconic images of all computing has to do with a girl and rolling California Wine Country. Although it will forever be associated with Windows XP, Bliss was actually the by-product of a love story. It was a regular Friday afternoon in 1996 when photographer Charles O’Rear took the drive through Read MoreRead More

The Rules and Restrictions of Shooting at the Olympics

Jeff Cable gives us an inside look at the rules and restrictions of photographing the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. Now that the 2014 Winter Olympics are over, I thought I would tell you all about some of the rules and restrictions we had here at the Games. People might think that we have freedom to Read MoreRead More

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