dpreview articles: Photography and Photographers

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Jeff Wignall | Published on Mar 15, 2014 |
In part 2 of our Benjamin Von Wong interview, we go deeper into the fire photographs, but also explore what inspired Von Wong to take on photography full time.
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Jeff Wignall | Published on Mar 8, 2014 |
Ben Von Wong has rapidly gained a following, largely due to his impressive fire photography. Part 1 of our interview explores how he got where he is in such a short time.
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Barney Britton | Published on Jan 21, 2014 |
In theory, if you've got a collection of old or obscure lenses for long-defunct 35mm film cameras, the full-frame a7 / a7R may allow you to breath new life into them. In this article, Barney Britton describes his experiences.
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Eric_1 | Published on May 7, 2013 |
Antarctica is one of the most remote, extreme, and spectacular photo destinations in the world. This article covers tips for shooting in such unique conditions.
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We love the work of LA-based street photographer Eric Kim, and we're big fans of his regularly-updated blog. In this article, Eric explains how the work of famed street photographer William Klein has taught him valuable lessons that inform his own outlook, and his photography.
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Once upon a time Ireland was a much talked-about dream destination for photographers. But although not as trendy as it used to be, this little island is still well worth a visit. Carsten Krieger explains why.
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Mike Perlman | Published on Oct 19, 2012 |
We've scoured Kickstarter for the most intriguing photgraphic tools and inventions that are soon to hit the market. Whether you shoot with an iPhone, DSLR or dedicated video camera, there's something on our list for you.
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adamkoplan | Published on Sep 1, 2012 |
This engaging and charming show at the Impossible Project’s gallery space in NYC showcases the talents of 13 photographers. The exhibition displays work exclusively done using a newly engineered monochrome film that is designed to approximate the old 8x10 Polaroid films. Definitely worth a visit!
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Steve Davey | Published on Aug 13, 2012 |
If you travel without a laptop and don't edit your pictures until you get back from a trip, you might be missing one of the best opportunities to improve your travel photography. In this short article, award-winning travel photographer Steve Davey explains why you should embrace editing on the road.
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Steve Bloom | Published on Jul 9, 2012 |
You may have seen the picture of zebras being used to demonstrate the incredible quality of Apple‘s new MacBook Pro Retina display. Here is the story behind the making of the picture as told by the photographer, Steve Bloom.
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Matt Golowczynski | Published on Jan 22, 2012 |
As well as starring roles in films such as 'The King and I', and 'The Ten Commandments', Yul Brynner was an accomplished photographer whose subjects were some of the most acclaimed actors of the 20th century. 'A Photographic Journey' showcases some of his most famous images.
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Jo Plumridge | Published on Dec 13, 2011 |
Born in Birmingham in 1948, Brian Griffin is one of England’s most influential and creative portrait photographers. Dpreview contributor Jo Plumridge profiles and interviews Brian in this article, examining at his career, gear, influences and techniques.
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Barney Britton | Published on Oct 10, 2011 |
Searching through his archive for some photographs to print, dpreview.com Reviews Editor Barnaby Britton uncovers a twilight portrait from 2008 and explains how he took it, and what it means.
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Steve Davey | Published on Sep 27, 2011 |
Travel photography is a fairly unique discipline that encompasses just about every style of location photography that you could imagine. Professional landscape photographer Steve Davey tells us about his way of working when he is on the road.
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Jo Plumridge | Published on Sep 15, 2011 |
Jody Kingzett is a London based commercial and PR photographer. Read our profile and interview to find out how he started his career, what inspires him and what equipment he prefers to shoot with.
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Geoff Helliwell | Published on Sep 13, 2011 |
Industrial photographer Geoff Helliwell tells us how a business assignment at Sydney Harbour Bridge led to the creation of one of his favorite images.
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Uwe Skrzypczak | Published on Aug 31, 2011 |
Wildlife photographer Uwe Skrzypczak tells us about the working conditions in his favorite part of the world - East Africa, and gives us some insight into the equipment he uses to capture his images.
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