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Photographer Lewis Hine Honored With U.S. Stamps

Photographer Lewis Hine is well known for his photos of early industrial workers in the U.S. The U.S. Postal Service is honoring his work with a series of stamps. They can be purchased online if you don't live in the U.S.A.

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Street Photography Documentary: Everybody Street

Everybody Street is a new documentary about street photography in New York City. They interview many known street photographers about how they get their photos and how they're able to photograph strangers, as well as the trouble they occasionally get into. If you have any interest in street photography, rent or buy this video.

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Photographer Inspiration: Ai Weiwei - Fighting the Invisible Prison

Many photographers wouldn't have the guts to do what Ai Weiwei is currently attempting. He's fighting the censorship and repression of the Chinese government almost on his own. And he's doing well. Read more about this fascinating photographer and his fight to let the world, and especially his fellow countrymen learn about how the Chinese government controls their lives.

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Photographer Inspiration: Patrick Gries

Patrick Gries took an unusual subject, skeletons, and created an amazing series of photos that has turned into an exhibition that is being shown internationally. Take some time to peruse his photos and think of how you can create something unique in your photography like Gries' work.

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Social Documentary Photographer Inspiration: Lewis Hine

You may not know the name Lewis Hine, but chances are you've seen his work. He photographed the construction of the Empire State Building, and his work was instrumental in ending child labor. Read on about this influential photographer and think about how you use your photography as well.

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Photographer Inspiration: Edward Curtis

Edward Curtis did what no current photographer can ever do. He took thousands of photos of North American Indians and the vanishing Wild West. He also has photos of famous men of the time, financiers and Presidents in his portfolio. Learn a little more about this remarkable photographer and the sacrifices he made in this excellent article.

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Sports Photographer Inspiration: Neil Leifer

Sports photography Neil Leifer discusses his work in this short video and how he felt he had to work twice as hard because he wasn't sure of his talent. It just goes to show what a lot of time and effort can bring you when you're passionate about your photography.

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Photography Tips: Cross Lighting

Cross-lighting involves a different type of shot than front or back lighting. The effects can add a depth to your photo that you can't achieve with other types of lighting. Read over this informative article to learn more about cross lighting techniques.

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Photography Tips: Understanding Bokeh (Part 2)

The second part of Mr. Davies bokeh articles discusses sharpness and gets a little technical on the details, but the points are important to learn if you want to improve your photography.

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Video: National Geographic Photographers Discuss Their Life and Work

This is just a preview of a longer video that will feature more in-depth interviews with some of these National Geographic photographers, but it's worth watching. Plus now you'll anticipate the full video when it's available.

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