NOTINDOOR Magazine October Issue

In This Issue – #11

  • Exclusive Interview with model Karla Jordan
  • As Seen Through Her Eyes, A Blind Photographer’s Story
  • Photos on a Holiday. What to Bring? by Dirk Ross
  • Real People Excite Me by Heidi Horvath
  • Photographer Portfolio – Cameron Preston
  • And more!

Getty Statement on $1 Billion Lawsuit, to Defend Itself “Vigorously”

Getty Images has released a statement responding to a $1 Billion copyright infringement lawsuit filed by accomplished photographer Carol M Highsmith. The suit, which sent shockwaves around the creative community, stems from the alleged copyright misuse of 18,755...
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Photographer Files Copyright Claim, Sues Getty for $1 Billion

Earlier this week, Getty Images was hit with a lawsuit by highly regarded photographer Carol M. Highsmith. The suit, which claims copyright infringement on 18,755 photographs, amounts to the sum of $1 billion. As first reported by PDNPulse, the 70-year-old Highsmith...
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Grace’s Places – Porter Sculpture Park

Porter Sculpture Park – Montrose, South Dakota On the side of the road in southeastern South Dakota, I stumbled upon a unique sculpture park. I saw the top of these horns from a mile down the road and needed to stop. When I arrived, I discovered this “Bull...
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Lightroom Mobile Update Includes Raw Editing for iOS

In a recent blog post, Adobe highlighted changes to Lightroom Mobile for both iOS and Android platforms in an attempt to bridge the gap between mobile post-processing and its traditional counterparts. The updates differ between the two operating systems. With the iOS...
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A Refugees Boat – Why This Shot Works – A Case Study

The year is 1947, and spirits are high. It’s been two years since the end of the second World War and New York is in the midst of a revitalization period. The economic boost that came from industrial wartime efforts raised the status of the city to make it one of the...
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Beautiful Moments

As time goes on, it’s not as easy to get outside. It’s hard to turn away from responsibilities, com-mitments, limitations. There was a time where I didn’t get to spend any time doing what I loved, which is taking in an environment through pictures. I now appreciate...
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What Nature Photographers Can Learn From Studio Photographers

Article by Spencer Elliott The differences between a nature photographer and a studio photographer are like the differences between a jazz band and a rock band; the same art but with vastly different styles, techniques, and even equipment. Many studio photographers...
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Grace’s Favorite Locations

I’m the type of photographer who can’t stay in one place for too long. My favorite location changes weekly. I believe that if you stay in the same place your work stays the same. A professor in college once told me, “You can live your life in vision or you can live...
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Street View: Tips for Urban Exploration Photography

So, you’ve decided to stumble out and explore your local metropolitan area, camera in hand. As you step off the train, bus or exit your car, the enormity of the city gets to you. At first, your attention goes directly to the sprawl of high-reaching edifices, seemingly...
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Jean’s photograph won him the following prizes:

Awesome Hoya filter
Month placement here and in magazine
Showcase his photo via our newsletters.

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Exclusive Interview with Bryan Adams

Canadian rocker Bryan Adams is one of the best selling art- ists of all time. Since the early 1980s he has toured the globe and sold over 100 million albums worldwide. His list of hit songs include: “Cuts Like A Knife,” “Heaven,” “Run To You.” “Somebody,” “All For Love,” “Cuts Like A Knife” and dozens more. In 2015 Bryan Adams continues to make important new music. His most recent is the brilliant Jeff Lynne pro- duced CD: “Get Up.”

Away from the music, Bryan Adams is an avid photographer with three…

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Exclusive Interview with Jude Allan

Niaz: Thank you, Jude, for taking the time to join us at ‘Not Indoor Photography’. We are thrilled to have you.
Jude: Hey Niaz thanks for having me.

Niaz: You are a self-taught photographer and artist based out of California. Your body of work is profoundly layered by aerial, astro, seascapes, landscape and cityscape. At the beginning of our interview, can you please tell us more about yourself?
Jude: I’m a california native currently residing in San Francisco. I have always loved art, music and anything creative.

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Exclusive Interview with Lara Zankoul

This month our Photographer of the Month is an amazing creative photographer Lara Zankoul. If you are not familiar with her works you should definitely be.

NID: Please tell us a little about yourself.
LZ: I’m a 27 year old who loves chocolate, is not a morning person, and is always dreaming…

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Exclusive Interview with Joseph Rossbach

He has been photographing the landscape for over fifteen years. Joe’s photographs and articles have appeared in books, calendars and magazines all over the world including Outdoor Photographer, The Nature Conservancy, Digital Photo, Photo Techniques, Popular Photography, Blue Ridge Country and many more.

He is a co-author and contributing photographer two print books, The Ultimate Guide to Digital Nature Photography and 50 Amazing Things You Must See and Do in the Greater D.C.

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The first thing you need to know is that this gallery is planned to be international, meaning, photographers from all over the world will be able to send (or let us print) their images for a gallery show here in Los Angeles.

NOTINDOOR has more than 15,000 subscribers and email subscribers and growing. Therefore we figured, why won’t we open an awesome gallery for all of our readers and photographers?


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