The Lucie Foundation launches Limited Edition Signed Posters


All images Courtesy of the Lucie Foundation. Used with permission.

The Lucie Foundation, the non-profit, charitable organization responsible for presenting the Lucie Awards, has announced Lucie Editions, a collection of limited edition signed posters. The posters feature the works of Lucie Awards honorees, representing some of the most influential photographers of the 21st century. The posters aim to celebrate the work and careers of these dignified artists while potentially introducing them to a new generation of fans appreciative of photography. Continue reading…

PhotoMemo Effectively Organizes Your Film Exposures Data Logging With Style


For film shooters, the only way to keep a record of the technical data of your film exposures is to manually write it down onto a notepad–which is what photographers have been doing for a really long time. And for those of you who like to keep it analog, PhotoMemo is a photographer’s memo book that claims to be versatile and easy to use to keep organized notes of your film exposure logs.

PhotoMemo works for any format of film you use–from the smallest formats, all the way up to sheet film and instant film. You can take general notes on each roll, or you can log data for each exposure. Each two-page spread is designed as a “roll journal,” which has space to notate data such as camera/lens choice, film type, and more. It also offers ample area for free notes, sketches, lists, and anything else. Continue reading…

The Cameras You All Really Want Are Only Going to Get More Expensive


If you’ve noticed something about the price points of cameras, you’ll realize that they’re only becoming more and more expensive. That’s because of a number of factors including the slow crush of most point and shoots from phones and exactly what they’re capable of doing. Add onto that the fact that the prosumer market is growing and willing to spend a lot more money to get the image quality they want, and you’ll now get what we wanted in some ways or another: the camera and high end photography industry is now something only available to the rich and those that truly want to spend the money to create something inspired by their creative passion.

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Chris and Carolina Schmid To Spend The Next Two Years Filming The African Survivors


Award-winning photographers and conservationists Chris and Carolina Schmid decided to undertake a challenging film project that spans two years, travelling across Africa to capture on film the story of wildlife struggling to survive in the African territories.  This ambitious documentary film which is planned to be released in 2017 is called, “The African Survivors.”

In our correspondence with Chris recently, he shared with us his vision and planning on his upcoming two years shooting journey that takes him and his wife, Carolina, into the African wilderness. Driven by the love for story telling and passion for conservation, Chris and Carolina have launched their own film production company called Eyemage Films, dedicated to creating the highest quality of wildlife documentaries. The aim was to highlight issues around conservation and protection of wildlife through engaging educational content. Continue reading…