Archive for February, 2011


Forest McMullin at Agnes Scott on Monday 2/28

Atlanta photographer Forest McMullin will be part of the panel Exposure on Monday night at Agnes Scott College in Decatur. The topic will be his new exhibition, Day and Night, which focuses on the Atlanta BDSM community. The panel starts at 7pm in the Dalton Gallery on the campus. For the full details, click here.

Photo Round-up

- Henri Cartier-Bresson exhibit, The Modern Century, opens today at the High Museum of Art. If you’re a Bank of America cardholder and you can wait two weeks, you can check out the exhibit for free.

- Damn Cool Pics has a great post on terrible wedding photographs.

- Fashion maven David LaChapelle is suing Rhianna over copyright infringement in her new video, S&M. Photo District News has some comparisons.

- Speaking of PDN, they’ve given everyone a couple extra days to enter their annual contest. Deadline is midnight 2/21.

- NYT photographer Todd Heisler shot Ugandan presidential candidate posters.

- Elyse Butler has some cool travel-esque images of the Hawaiian surf.

- And finally, Mark Laita’s new portrait diptychs are not exactly revolutionary, but interesting none the less.

Flash Bus Tour

As much as we dig using huge packs and fancy heads, there are people out there who like to travel somewhat lighter. Dave Hobby and Joe McNally have developed fervent followings based on their simple and inexpensive lighting schemes and have to decided to take a tour of the US to celebrate. The event is a full day of lighting demos. The Flash Bus Tour comes through Atlanta on Saturday, April 2, at the World Congress Center. Cost is an easy $99.

Represent in Print

A brief scope of the magazine rack saw some nice images splashed across those pages. Former Atlantan and current Miamian Alberto Oviedo had the cover of Vibe (shot next door at Ambient Studios) Alberto has some nice bts of the shoot over on his blog. He also has a portrait of former NBA star and current FIU coach Isiah Thomas in the same issue.

Yvonne Boyd also has profile picture of The Weather Channel’s Mike Bettes in the latest copy of Runner’s World.

Photo Round-up

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- Lenscratch features Bryan David Griffith and his slow technique.

- NYT Lens blog has an interview with photographers covering the protests in Cairo.

- The Prime collective’s blog has a good post about camera insurance.

- APE covers online photo storage options.

- Conscientious features photographer Moa Karlberg, whose new project photographs unaware people through a mirror.

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