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March 2011 Blog

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Low Light Invitational: Your Photos
A celebration of low-light photography

Blog The ALC Blog - by Mason Resnick, March 31, 2011

For the month of March, we've been learning together about how new technology is changing how cameras work in low light. Now it's your turn to put it all together....  > Read more

Tags: Focus on low light photography 

Discovering a community of photographers
New England shooter finds inspiration in a small conference.

Blog The ALC Blog - by Sarah Lehberger, March 30, 2011

A few months ago I heard about a little conference that was doing big things for the photography community just outside of Boston, Massachusetts. ...  > Read more

Tags: wedding photography,  photo business 

Weekend Wrap for March 25, 2011
Scanning the Adoramasphere for The Latest News

Blog The ALC Blog - by Mason Resnick, March 25, 2011

The Times hits a paywall; Epson introduces Pro Printer; New Flash Modifiers from Fong, Expoimaging; Firmware updates, more...  > Read more

Tags: photojournalism,  printer,  projector,  flash modifier 

Low-light Invite
Show us your best low-light shot!

Blog The ALC Blog - by Mason Resnick, March 24, 2011

Have you been using the advice in the Adorama Learning Center's month-long focus on low-light photography? Show us what you got!...  > Read more

Tags: Focus on low light photography 

More Than Photo Supply Chain Shaken by Japan Earthquake
Nikon reports first photo industry death

Blog The ALC Blog - by Mason Resnick, March 23, 2011

As crisis in Japan continues, affecting the photo industry supply chain, a more personal tragedy hits Nikon....  > Read more

Tags: Japan 

The Flashbus Tour Keeps on Rollin’!
Meet the crew, see fan vid

Blog The ALC Blog - by Mason Resnick, March 21, 2011

Here’s a chance to catch a glimpse of the cast of characters that is calling the FlashBus its home-on-wheels through mid-April, as well as a bunch of fan vids!...  > Read more

Tags: FlashBus 

Weekend Wrap for March 18, 2011
Our weekly report on the world of photography

Blog The ALC Blog - by Mason Resnick, March 18, 2011

Two Times photogs missing; crowdfunding for photojournalists, help for Japan, Lexar's SDXC cards ship, Photoshop Express 2 debuts, Nikon's shutter in slow-mo, more...  > Read more

Tags: photoshop,  photojournalism,  lexar,  3-D,  Japan 

First Person: Dawn Shields
In her own words, a pro photographer gives back

Blog The ALC Blog - by Adorama Learning Center Editors, March 17, 2011

An eight-year-old-girl with an amazing voice and a family tragedy catches a photographer’s attention....  > Read more

Tags: WPPI 

Right Here, Right Now: Photography Direct from Reality
A major U.K. exhibit shows street photography is alive and well

Blog The ALC Blog - by Richard Bram, March 16, 2011

Richard Bram, an accomplished street shooter, shares his observations from the opening of FORMAT 2011 in Derby, England, of all places....  > Read more

Tags: street photography,  Focus on Street Photography 

UPDATED: Japan Photo Industry Affected by Earthquake and Tsunami
Adorama News Desk Special Report: Crisis in Japan

Blog The ALC Blog - by Mason Resnick, March 16, 2011

With scores of factories and corporate headquarters around the country, the Japanese photo industry has been severely disrupted by Friday's earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear crisis. ...  > Read more
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