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The Corner's Best of the Net - Cities at Night

Some of the World’s Greatest Cities Captured at Night! To see this series, follow the link or click the photograph: Cities at Night

Posted by JAshley on Fri, 2015–08–28 15:14
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Sh*t Street Photography Snobs Say

Kai and the gang take a comical look at street photographers, “As lovers of street photography, there’s a little bit of street photography snobbery in us. This is the kind of sh*t we (sometimes) find ourselves saying.” To see this video, follow the link or click the photograph: Street Photographers

Posted by JAshley on Fri, 2015–08–28 15:11
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The Corner's Best of the Net - Photographers

Famous Photographers Pose Behind their Iconic Images. To see this series, follow the link or click the photograph: Iconic Images

Posted by JAshley on Wed, 2015–08–26 20:33
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KickStarter Campaign - LightBox Photography Cards: Macro Edition!

After an overwhelming success on the first campaign, LightBox Photography Cards are back with a Macro Edition! Help out one of Photography Corner’s own members with another successful project! Help with campaign here, follow the link or click the photograph: LightBox Photography Cards

Posted by JAshley on Mon, 2015–08–24 15:24
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The Corner's Best of the Net - Fireflies

Through the magic of long-exposure photography, Missouri-based photographer Vincent Brady has captured the bright trails of light left behind by fireflies as they perform their nightly dances in the American Midwest. To see this series, just follow the link or click the photograph: Fireflies

Posted by JAshley on Fri, 2015–08–21 18:20
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Corner's Best of the Net - California Forest Fires

For the past few wildfire seasons in Southern California, Los Angeles-based photographer Stuart Palley has taken his camera out into the hills to document the blazes at night. His long-exposure photographs show both the fury and the beauty of the fires. To see this series, just follow the link or click the photograph: California Forest Fires

Posted by JAshley on Wed, 2015–08–19 19:10
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7 Things Female Photographers Are Tired of Hearing

7 Things Female Photographers Are Tired of Hearing. To see this video, just follow the link or click the photograph: Female Photographers

Posted by JAshley on Mon, 2015–08–17 20:44
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The Corner's Best of the Net - Shar Pei and His Cat

World’s Most Photogenic Shar Pei and His Cat are Best Friends. To see this entire series, just follow the link or click the photograph: Shar Pei and His Cat

Posted by JAshley on Sat, 2015–08–15 11:26
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The Corner's Best of the Net - Water Droplets

The Corner’s Best of the Net - Water Droplets. To see the rest of this series, just follow the link or click the photograph: Water Droplets

Posted by JAshley on Wed, 2015–08–12 19:30
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The Corner's Best of the Net - Dubai Skyline

A breathtaking series from the city of Dubai! To view the entire series just follow the link or click the photograph: Dubai Skyline

Posted by JAshley on Mon, 2015–08–10 20:05
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The Corner's Best of the Net - Aerial Photographs

How Birds See Our World to see the rest of this great series just follow the link or click the photograph below!

If you have not seen our new series “The Corner’s Best of the Net”…here is your chance! A few times a week we post a series of photographs from around the internet to provide you inspiration, a well needed laugh or perhaps encouragement for you to re-ignite your spark for photography.

Posted by JAshley on Fri, 2015–08–07 17:38
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The Corner's Best of the Net - Fighter Jets

Blast Into the Weekend with 25 Incredible Fighter Jet Photos! To see the rest of this great series just follow the link or click the photograph below!

If you have not seen our new series “The Corner’s Best of the Net”…here is your chance! A few times a week we post a series of photographs from around the internet to provide you inspiration, a well needed laugh or perhaps encouragement for you to re-ignite your spark for photography.

Posted by JAshley on Sat, 2015–08–01 14:31
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The Corner's Best of the Net - Animal Photographers

Today we are featuring: Animals Who Wish They Could Be Photographers to see the rest of this funny series just follow the link or click the photograph below!

If you have not seen our new series “The Corner’s Best of the Net”…here is your chance! A few times a week we post a series of photographs from around the internet to provide you inspiration, a well needed laugh or perhaps encouragement for you to re-ignite your spark for photography.

Posted by JAshley on Tue, 2015–07–28 14:08
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The Corner's Best of the Net - Lavender Fields

If you have not seen our new series…here is your chance! A few times a week we post a series of photographs from around the internet to provide you inspiration or perhaps encourage you to re-ignite your spark for photography and help you discover new techniques to expand your skills. Please enjoy the series and be sure to check out future postings of “The Corner’s Best of the Net.”

Today we are featuring: Lavender Fields to see the rest of this beautiful series just follow the link or click the photograph below!

Posted by JAshley on Fri, 2015–07–24 13:22
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Premiere Projects

Premiere Projects

Premiere Project #197 Voting - The Automobile voting ends June 14th, so be sure to vote!

Premiere Project #198 Submit your entry now! - Children’s Toys submit your entry by Sunday June 21st.

If you are not a Premiere Member , why not become a Premiere Member today?

Posted by JAshley on Fri, 2015–06–12 21:15
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Happy 10th Birthday PhotographyCorner!

Happy Birthday PhotographyCorner

Can you believe, 10 - TEN - years ago today, PhotographyCorner was born. TEN YEARS! That’s ANCIENT in Internet years. That’s older than Twitter… and Facebook! We’ve been around for a while, that’s for sure. 32,000 members, over 3/4 million posts in over 100,000 threads - we’re still going strong!

If you’ve been a part of the community since the beginning, or just joined recently, you’re one of the main reasons PhotographyCorner is still a fantastic online destination for photographers. Pat yourself on the back!

And join me in wishing PhotographyCorner 10th birthday wishes in the comments. Here’s to another 10!

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Wed, 2014–03–26 13:59
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Canon's Project Imagin8ion - When You Find Me

About a year ago, Canon announced a collaboration with one of Hollywood’s most influential directors, Ron Howard, to select the 8 winners of the “Project Imagin8ion” contest from 96,262 submissions (some of which were from members of the Corner, no doubt). The contest challenged photographers to submit images based on a series of 8 separate movie themes to ultimately inspire a short film by Ron Howard. The film was shot using Canon dSLR products (obviously), and was just recently screened at the Sundance Film Festival.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Tue, 2012–05–15 16:29
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What the Duck: A W.T. Duck Collection

What the Duck: A W.T. Duck CollectionI assume most that are reading this are already familiar with the What the Duck comic strip. If you’re not, you can read them at WhatTheDuck.com or in the Photography News section of the Corner forums. Aaron Johnson’s minimalist style and dry, satirical dialogue lead us through a variety of adventures in the world of professional photography. The main character is, of course, a duck, as are all the photographer characters in the strip. Everyone else (clients, models, etc) however, are human. Strangely, this seems completely natural. While design/creative amateurs and professionals will particularly enjoy the scenarious and humor throughout the strip, you don’t have to be a pro to be entertained. Even if you simply own a camera, you’ll easily relate to a variety of the humorous situations.

What the Duck started just over 3 years ago (wow, has it been that long??!), and as far as I can tell, all the strips in the full-color, 128 page book, have been previously published on whattheduck.com. There are, however, a number of new drawings for each of the “chapter” headings. You can check out a limited preview here in Google Books. Each drawing looks WAY better in print versus online (obviously). What the Duck: A W.T. Duck Collection (graciously given to me by the author, Aaron Johnson), features hundreds of strips on 8.8 × 8.4 inch pages (paperback).

I have 3 signed-and-framed What the Duck strips in my office (pictured below), so obviously I’m a big fan. What the Duck: A W.T. Duck Collection was supposed to go on sale starting today, but I noticed Amazon was selling it last week. You can now pick it up from Amazon for less than $10, so there’s really no reason for you not to pick up your own copy. If you own a camera, consider it your next “must-have” accessory. Buy your copy today!

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Tue, 2009–09–15 12:06
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SnapTotes Offers Cheaper Shipping to Canada

I know this is only news to those of us that live in the Great White North (aka Canada), but since SnapTotes is one of my favorite “photo accessories” companies, and since I, myself, live in Canada, I figured I’d share the news anyways (besides, we have an awful lot of Canadians here at the Corner, you know). Oh, and there’s coupon code at the bottom, too.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Tue, 2008–08–26 01:26
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Photographers in Jeopardy – "Orphan Works" Endangers Exclusive Rights

We don't normally cover a lot of "news" here in the Corner Blog, but this particular issue is one that directly affects us as artists - as photographers. If you only read one thing today, read this article. I wanted to do this issue justice, so instead of writing it myself, I asked Karen, one of the great mods in the PhotographyCorner forums, research and write this, and she did an amazing job. Take the time to read it the whole way through, then pass it along to all your friends, post it on your blog, email it to anyone you know that is an artist, whether they're a photographer, graphic designer, painter, whatever. Seriously. It's that big of a deal. So, without further adieu, I'll hand the rest of the post over to Karen:

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Thu, 2008–05–22 01:21
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