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Adam Crawford

Adam Crawford

Adam Crawford is a photographer and writer residing in Venice, Calif.  He recently became associate editor of Rangefinder and AfterCapture magazines.

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Art Wolfe Unpublished

15 May 2012 Published in Person of the Year

1996: Painting the Human Canvas: After 15 years, we catch up with our past award-winner, Art Wolfe, to see how his career has progressed.

The soul of the artist is not confined by success; it is fed by creating new pieces. Nature photographer Art Wolfe's unbroken string of exciting projects over the last 30 years displays an upward trajectory that shows no sign of slowing. In the years since being named PhotoMedia's first-ever Photography Person of the Year in 1996, Wolfe has continued to enjoy great career success. With a string of popular books, a television show seen all over the world, travel workshops in the...

Carlan Tapp Set to Travel Route 66 Unpublished

05 April 2011 Published in People in the Industry

Documentary photographer and educator Carlan Tapp will travel the length of Route 66 as part of her latest social commentary project.

Riding an American-made motorcycle from Chicago to Santa Monica, Calif., along historic Route 66, Tapp will raise money for Question of Power, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness of the effects of coal-fired energy on the health of individuals, families and communities.

Those interested are welcome to join Tapp along the 2,450-mile ride and pledge their support for Question of Power.

PrintedArt Offers Studio Accounts for Pros Unpublished

14 April 2011 Published in Websites

PrintedArt, an online fine art photography gallery and printing service, has announced the launch of its Studio Accounts program, which offers printing services to professional photographers.

Subscribers can now use PrintedArt to receive discounted shop display materials, as well as volume discounts for their PrintedArt orders. Aside from the standard materials offered, photographers have access to...

Vimeo Launches Free Online Video School Unpublished

15 March 2011 Published in Websites

Vimeo has debuted Vimeo Video School, an online education hub that houses over 800 lessons, tips, and tutorials for beginning to advanced video makers.

Vimeo Video School includes Video 101, a series of videos for beginners that covers step-by-step instructions on choosing the right camera, shooting tips and simple editing techniques. The site also covers "how to" videos with an...

Second Edition of "Plastic Cameras' Unpublished

16 March 2011 Published in Media

Seattle-based photographer Michelle Bates has released, "Plastic Cameras: Toying with Creativity, 2nd edition."

This volume brings together the world of toy camera photography, including the history of their use, exhaustive instructions, tips and tricks for getting the most out of Holga and other choice "plastic" cameras, advanced camera modifications, darkroom and...

D65 Launches Website, Lightroom 3 Book Unpublished

19 March 2011 Published in Media

In conjunction with the release of Lightroom 3, digital workflow resource hub D-65 has launched a new website offering lightroom webinars, tech support and intensive lightroom workshops.

These workshops and webinars range from four-day intensive training to 1.5-hour webinars which highlight features of Lightroom 3...

Photopreneur Blog Publishes '189 Sources of Inspiration' Unpublished

17 March 2011 Published in Media

Editors of top photography blog Photopreneur offer photographers a new muse with their 402-page book, "Inspired Photography: 189 Sources of Inspiration for Better Photos."

"Inspired Photography" is packed with creative approaches to enable any photographer, from enthusiast to professional, to push their work in new directions. Inspirational sources include ideas for new subjects to shoot in the city, the...

What I Eat: Around the World in 80 Diets Unpublished

02 March 2011 Published in Media

California photojournalist Peter Menzel has published a new book compiled of 80 portraits and essays of people and the food that fuels them.

These images, taken from over 30 countries and a dozen U.S. States, include images of shopping, cooking and eating. Some of Menzel's most striking images include an Egyptian camel broker, a Japanese sumo wrestler, a Sudanese refugee in...

Bibble 5.2 Pro, Lite Now Available with 14 New Camera RAW Formats Unpublished

17 April 2011 Published in Photography Software

Bibble Labs' photo editing software, Bibble 5.2 Pro and Bibble 5.2 Lite has been released with a number of expanded capabilities.

This free update for all current Bibble 5 customers adds support for 14 new RAW formats, including Nikon D3100, D7000, P7000 and Panasonic LX5, GF2 and GH2.

Editing tools have been improved in this version with features like copy and paste for layers and...

OnOne Software Releases Perfect Photo Suite 5.5 for Adobe Products Unpublished

24 March 2011 Published in Photography Software

Catering to Adobe, onOne Software has created Perfect Photo Suite 5.5 for Photoshop, Photoshop Lightroom and Apple Aperture.

Tackling specific problems within a photographer's preferred workflow, Photo Suite 5.5 offers improved solutions for color correction, image resizing, masking and professional photographic effects.

One of the most notable new features includes "perfect layers," a feature which gives...

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