ISSUE #2 – JANUARY 2016

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ARTICLE PREVIEWS

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Unanticipated Love

Fall in love at my age? Forget it! With an abused 16-year-old girl?  No way!  Single, never married, no dependents, I was happily retired.  Falling in love with a teenager was not part of my plan.  Or was it?  Cupid’s arrow struck when I turned 67.  I was in love, no turning back.  Not even when love turned to pain… by Leslie A. Temanson

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Celebrity Photographer – Mike Watt

Mike Watt is a punk pioneer.  As bassist and leader of both The Minutemen and fIREHOSE he created some of the genre’s finest moments.  These days he is a touring maniac playing with everyone from Tav Falco to Dave Grohl to J. Mascis and a reformed version of Iggy and The Stooges. When he is off the road you are sure to find the longtime California native on the bike trails and waterways of his beloved San Pedro, California.  Where he is always armed  with a digital camera to capture the beauty in the unlikely balance between nature and industry that is distinctively Pedro.

A first glimpse into his skills as a lens man came when a friend collected up some… by Keith Valcourt

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Behind This Photograph – Hands of Hope

It was noon in Easter week and I went out with my grandma and my photography teacher, by that time. We decided to go out to find some nice portraits of people on the street, but we really weren`t looking for something. This time, as many others, we wanted to be surprise by everything who crossed our way.  So, walking around…  by Gabriel Gomez

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Photo of the Month Winner

The winner of Photo of the Month just won $200 in cash prize and much more

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Realistic Composition Workshop

I remember, about two years ago, seeing a very creative and cool looking composite image that simply drew me in. One of those photos you say “Wow! I wish I could do something like that!”, you know what I mean, right?

That image was created by a dad photographer (I guess that’s what they’re called haha) who is based in the Netherlands. He combines two of his passions – photography and his son – into one beautiful masterpiece. One image at a time… by Moshe Levis

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Exclusive Interview With Kourtney Reppert

Kourtney is an American model dubbed Philadelphia’s Hottest Sports Babe & “Model Of The Year” for the Philadelphia Phillies & Flyers. A lifelong athlete, she fell into sports modeling naturally and has been featured by Sports Illustrated, Maxim Radio, and FOX Sports.

We have an exclusive interview with Kourtney Reppert, and we’re sure you’ll love it! by Moshe Levis

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Photographer of the Month

What a wonderful way to start a new year with our first photographer of the month, Mathilde Bresson. A french photographer based in Los Angeles. Many of us have made that move from our home country to the desireble Los Angeles City in California and we know it can be hard, at least in the first few years. As you know, we are all about helping and supporting photographers so we no further adue, let’s see what Mathilde is up to.

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Book Review - Inside My Dreams

At first glance, Inside My Dreams, makes us feel as if we’re about to get into the surreal dreams of Moroccan photographer and filmmaker, Achraf Baznani….  by Moshe Levis

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The Long Wait

When is a good day to capture an image? Well, there’s no such thing as a bad day. That’s how I approach my photography. When I’m out and about I’m always on the lookout for perhaps a sudden change in the light, the interplay of light and shade, the curving contours or linear appearance of a scene, maybe a striking combination of colours or of patterns and textures. They’re all out there waiting to be found, to be explored and to be…  by Ed Morris

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Shooting Models on the Beach

Have you ever gone to the beach with a model and some beautiful Jewelry for a company photo shoot? You know – Playing with the sunlight and using your reflector, directing the model to find her best poses, curving her body, focusing on the jewelry as much as possible etc.

That’s what I decided to do for a client shoot, a jewelry designer – Nehita Jewelry. by Moshe Levis

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Looking Back At 2015

As the new year 2016 has arrived, we would like to look back onto a few events that took place in 2015. Some are historic events that had forever changed the world as we’ve known it and some are just really worth mentioning. We would love to read your comments and learn what were your favorite or most meaningful moments from 2015.

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Portfolio - Adnan Bubalo

Experience the beautiful portfolio of Adnan Bubalo

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Portfolio - Julian John

Experience the beautiful portfolio of Julian John

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New Releases

Not in the loop? Find out all about some new releases before the new year comes.

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The Ultimate Fight

Do you have a favorite? Is it Nikon? Maybe Canon? Is it a different brand? Check out the ultimate fight of December 2015.

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Staff Pick

Find out who’s photo we chose as our staff’s pick this month.

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Good Reads

by Michael Wick Natanel Levis, Candace Couture-Pudlitzke and Steven Servantez

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Losing My Macro Virginity

A reverse ring? What the hell is a reverse ring? Was my initial reaction when I fisrt heard someone using that term.

I remember, a couple of years after I started shooting more “professionally”, seeing a lot of macro shots on websites like 500px and Flickr and I wanted to try it myself. Some of the shots were really breathtaking.

Back then with my first “professional” camera… by Moshe Levis

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The Finding

The urge to go in a particular direction fades as soon as I leave, which is disconcerting. I’ve never heard of anyone losing the intrinsic sense of where the object of our search lies. Then again, it could simply be that no one admits it.

I return to Convict Lake just in case, but there’s no feeling to go in any particular direction. Irritation rumbles through me, mixed with impatience. As nice as Earth is, I have no desire to remain longer than is necessary. I have work to continue back home… by Nancy Griffis

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