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by John Harris and Cory Rice
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Photography is your best effort to reproduce what your eye sees and, in certain cases, to go beyond what your eyes can see. — Gershon...
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In this Quick Listen, you will hear samples from the Volca Beats by Korg--an analog rhythm machine featuring powerful drum sounds and an Electribe-style loop sequencer. Its Sync in and out ports allow you to clock-sync multiple instruments from the Volca series as well as Korg's...
by John Harris and Cory Rice
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Cory Rice For me, photography is the expression of an inner world, shareable and communicative. When I first became involved in helping make images, mostly as a fine art subject, my immediate goal was to immerse myself in someone else's thought...
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In the southeastern states, holiday lights spread seasonal cheer on the wind like the sweet scents and verdant growth that enlivens the senses in more temperate months. From Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains to the Florida Everglades, and stretching westward to the Ozarks of Arkansas and the Louisiana Bayou, festive spirit here is mixed with a hearty dose of Southern hospitality—spanning both...
by John Harris and Cory Rice
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Photography is a verb, it pushes me to action. I don’t have baby photos or really any photo of me as a child, I don’t have that personal history, so I want to create a history with my photos. Photography is a hunger to create a history. —...
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In 1958, Art Kane, already a successful art director looking to jump-start his photography career, pitched the idea of a “class photo” for Vogue magazine’s annual jazz edition. In addition to individual photographs of jazz legends, he proposed a group portrait of musicians gathered on a stoop, in Harlem. For music and photography aficionados,...
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Tis the season for holiday lights, with festive displays dotting the landscape from coast to coast to brighten the waning daylight hours. From the graceful lights and majestic tree in New York’s Rockefeller Center to the whirlwind of sound, color, and lighting in a holiday theme park, such displays are a fantasy land for photographic exploration. To aid you in capturing photogenic moments that...
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Cory Rice This is a different definition of photography, people have to understand that. I'm...
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When I started hearing the buzz in the astronomy community about how Comet 46P/Wirtanen was coming in hot through our Solar System, my ears proverbially perked up. A quick Google search revealed that this is a truly historic apparition and one that justly deserves the buzz. (The term “apparition,” in astronomy, refers to the appearance or time when a comet, especially a periodic one, is visible...
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Katrin Eismann’s fascination with the visual world started early. “When I was very young, my parents had a faceted crystal stopper on a bottle of cognac, and I would run around the house looking through it, taking pictures … in my mind,” she recalls. She got her first real camera at 12, a little Instamatic that she earned from collecting the S&H Green Stamps her mother gave her from food...
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On this week’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we welcome photographer Rick McGinnis and curator Julie Grahame, to discuss blogging and archiving. While this is certainly a broad subject, we will focus on the work of our two guests...
by John Harris and Cory Rice
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Cory Rice Photography is a mixture of art, science, and technology; it is a powerful investigative tool. — Jolene Lupo, photographer/Tintype Studio Manager, Penumbra Foundation...
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Cory Rice Photography is what Artificial Intelligence can't do. Computers can detect the presence of many thousands [of] types of objects in a photograph, predict age, gender, and ethnicity of people, measure their facial expressions, and...
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Cory Rice The time-travel aspect of photography is important to me, because it is so tangible. A well-executed photograph from another time can really put you in that moment. The tangibility and “reality” of this time travel differentiates it from...
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Today we welcome two of professional basketball’s best photographers, and that’s not just me talking. Nat Butler is Senior Photographer for NBA Entertainment and has worked the last thirty-three NBA Finals. He is also the official photographer for the New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets....
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