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Celebrity Portrait Photographer Brian Smith Recalls How He Got Started

 Celebrity portrait photographer and Sony Artisan of Light Brian Smith talks about early successes, finding his style, and how to make it in the competitive photography industry.
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David J. Carol

It's Factual Without Any Facts

 The thing about photography is...
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Right Moves: Getting to The Next Level

 Artist Rep Myrna Kresh advises a young photographer on getting a job with a first-rate photographer.
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David J. Carol 2013

Show Me The Pictures!

 David Carol talks about how to make your website appealing.
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What Photosharing Site is Right for You? Part Two

 In Part Two of our overview of photosharing websites, we look at PhanFare, Zenfolio, and SmugMug.
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David J. Carol 2013

A Road Trip with the Sony NEX-7

 David Carol takes the new Sony NEX-7 for a test drive on his latest road trip.
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A Call For Entries!

 The W. Eugene Smith grant and the Howard Chapnick grant are now receiving entries until May 31st.
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Right Moves: Finding A Mentor

 Artist rep Myrna Kresh offers advice on picking a mentor.
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Lauren Henkin

Lauren Henkin's Five Photographs, No Words

 In the second installment of Five Photographs, No Words, David Carol features photographer and educator Lauren Henkin.
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Brian Oldham

How Did They Do That: Brian Oldham

 In the first edition of How Did They Do That?, we look at Brian Oldham's surreal "An Audience of One."
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All Photos by Tom Richmond

Cinematographer Tom Richmond Moves From Film to Stills

 David J. Carol talks with cinematographer Tom Richmond about his black and white photography and moving from LA to NYC. 
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Right Moves: Paying Your Dues

 Artist rep Myrna Kresh advises a young photographer about getting started in the industry.
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David J. Carol

Never Equate Success with Money!

 David Carol explains why money and success are not equatable.
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All Photos copyright Bootsy Holler 2013

Bootsy Holler's Visitor

 David Carol chats with Bootsy Holler about her "Zeligesque" photos.
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Right Moves: Moonlighting

 Artist rep Myrna Kresh helps a young photographer sort out a client conflict of interest.
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What Photosharing Site Is Right For You?

 In part one of Harrison Jacobs' review of photosharing sites, he looks over Flickr, Picasa Web Albums, and 500PX.
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David Carol's "Your Favorite Photo" Facebook Contest, Part 2: Deb Rouse Schwedhelm

 David Carol interviews the second winner of his "Your Favorite Photo" Facebook contest.
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A Flaw with Digital Photography

 David J. Carol explains how to avoid the expectations that come with digital photography.
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Right Moves: Free Paper

Artist Rep Myrna Kresh advises a young photographer on how to ask for the free paper her boss receives in sponsorship. 
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What is a Vanity Domain and Why Do You Need One?

 Harrison Jacobs explains why having a vanity domain name makes your blog look professional.
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PDN's Strategies for Young Working Photographers event at Santa Monica College this week

 PDN will be hosting their seminar featuring photographers from PDN's 30 issue this week at Santa Monica College.
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copyright David J. Carol

Photography is Democratic

David J. Carol talks about the democracy of photography.
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Must Have Photography Books: Part Two

David J. Carol shares ten more classic photography books that every photo library should have.
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What Blogging Software Should You Be Using?

 An overview of the top blogging and website building options available for photographers
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Right Moves: Studio Sitting

Artist Rep Myrna Kresh advises a young photographer on using her boss's studio.
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copyright David J. Carol

Five Photographs, No Words

 David J. Carol kicks off his new segment "Five Photographs, No Words," with his choices.
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David J. Carol

No Editing!

 David J. Carol explains why its important to evaluate all your photos, not just the good ones.
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All Photos ©Erika Huffman

Q&A with Portraitist Erika Huffman

Photographer Erika Huffman answers questions about her portraits, her bravery, and her best talents (excluding a camera, of course).

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Right Moves: Hiring Problems

 Artist representative and industry insider Myrna Kresh answers advice questions from emerging photographers.
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Matthew Jordan Smith

Matthew Jordan Smith takes to Kickstarter to fund new project Future Presidents

 Celebrity portrait photographer Matthew Jordan Smith looks to Kickstarter to fund his newest book and passion project, Future Presidents, an exploration of the dreams and ideas of America's youth.
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Launch Event and Free Seminar for PDN's 30 Issue this week

 PDN will host a launch event and free seminar for their annual 30 issue, which features the top rising talent in the photography industry, this Wednesday, April 10th, at the SVA Theatre in Manhattan.
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©Mike Peters

David Carol's Facebook Contest "Your Favorite Photo" Part 1 Mike Peters

Well, it was time for a new Facebook photo contest. I wanted to do something different this time. I wanted a contest anyone could enter. So, I put out a call for people to submit their favorite photograph that they have ever taken. I figured everyone has one of those. 
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©Matt Weber

A Short History of New York City's Matt Weber

Hi Matt, OK...here we go, first question: Which came first for you, graffiti or photography? Tell me about that time in your life. 
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Emerging Photographer Spring 2013 Digital Edition

Emerging Photographer Spring 2013 Digital Edition

Get your free copy now! Features include 6 Tips for Finding your Photo Mentor, Brian Smith Talks Portaiture, Misha Erwitt's New Street Photography and Go Indie Photo Contest Winners' Gallery. 
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©Gary Gumanow

Gary Gumanow- "A life in Photography"

At what point in your life did you start taking photography seriously, if ever? 
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Mariela Feliz Fernandez

365 Days of Youth and Fashion

 Twenty-one-year-old fashion and portrait photographer Mariela Feliz Fernandez talks about getting started, building buzz on social media, and her second go around at a 365-day self-portrait project.
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©David J. Carol

If I Had It My Way...

If I had it my way, people would see my work in two ways.  
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©David J. Carol

Have Fun With It!

As I've said before "Take your work seriously, but not yourself."  
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©Cat Gwynn

Cat Gwynn's Portraits

Here are some photographs from her series "Seen" as well as a short interview with the talented Ms. Gwynn. Enjoy... 
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Strategies for Photographers: Thoughts On How To Apply For Fellowships and Other Competitions

The W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund and the Aperture Foundation are hosting a panel on Strategies for Photographers: Thoughts On How To Apply For Fellowships and Other Competitions this coming Monday, March 4, 2013. 
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©David J. Carol

Beauty Doesn't Interest Me

I think beauty is often ugly, and ugly is often more interesting than beauty. 
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Humor Photo Contest 2013

These three photos are not just amusing pics, but in my opinion excellent photographs by some talented photographers. I present the winners. Congratulations! 
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©Tony Gale

Tony Gale is Everywhere!

Here is a short interview with Tony and some examples of these fun and entertaining photos. 
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©David J. Carol

One Thing I Didn't Know As a Kid

I grew up Jewish in a suburb outside of New York City and it seemed to me that most of the academically inclined nice Jewish kids wanted to be Doctors, Lawyers and Accountants.  
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©Marjorie Salvaterra

Marjorie Salvaterra - a Short Interview

I'm not sure where I came across Marjorie Salvaterra's work...when I saw her series "Her", I was sold. I loved it. It was kind of a look back in time or maybe into the future all rolled into one surreal group of photographs. Here is a short interview with the very talented Marjorie Salvaterra. 
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©Faith Ninivaggi

Faith Ninivaggi The Boston Herald

I saw theses photos by Faith Ninivaggi on her Facebook page. They struck me as quite sad and lonely.  I didn't know that The Boston Herald's offices had moved. I called Faith to ask her some questions about the photos and her career at The Herald.  
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©David J. Carol

One Lens

I would say approximately 99% of my personal work is shot with either a 21mm or 24mm lens. My first pro camera  was a Leica M42 with a 35 f/2 lens on it.
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©David J. Carol

Serious Fun

Look, you're just starting out in the world of photography. Its overwhelming, confusing and maybe even scary. You see what you think are all these "successful" photographers getting all the good jobs or winning awards and you wonder how do I get to there from here. 
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©Sarah Kobos

Short Interview with Sarah Kobos

Sarah Kobos is a recent graduate of the University of South Carolina with a major in Photography. I looked at more of her photographs and decided she would be perfect for Emerging Photographer. Here are some of her pictures and a short interview. Enjoy... 
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Rixon Reed Has Done It Again!

Rixon Reed is the founder and director of photo-eye, in my opinion the best source for photography books in the world.
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©David J. Carol

Self Portraits

I'm a fan of the self portrait. I think they often reveal a lot about the photographer. 
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©David J. Carol

We Like What We Like...

Here's an example of three photos taken over 20 years in different parts of the world. What do they all have in common? Me... 
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Emerging Photographer Fall 2012 Digital Edition

Features include 5 Tips for Creating the Perfect Portrait, Adam Amengual on photographing former L.A. Gang members, Instagram as a Marketing tool, and much more. 
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©Jennifer Loeber

Jennifer Loeber "Cruel Story of Youth"

Well, I have to tell you that I love these photos. I want to study everyone and try to get inside the kids heads. What are they thinking? Whats it like to be young and in charge? 
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©Robyn Mackenzie

My Favorite Fashion Photographers

In no particular order here are 11 of my favorites. 
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©Louisa Marie Summer

Louisa Marie Summer

Louisa Marie Summer is a young emerging photographer that should be on your radar. She released her second book last year titled Jennifer's Family.  
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©David J. Carol

The Deal with Photography

Everyone has opinions about digital vs. film, black & white vs. color, large format vs. medium format vs. 35mm vs. Instagram.
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©Paris Visone

Paris Visone On the Road again...

My friend Paris Visone is a Rock-and-Roll road dog. She is a 20 something photographer/videographer that travels with bands (Marilyn Manson, Limp Bizkit, Papa Roach and Blondie to name a few) to show us what we couldn't otherwise see... 
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©Brent Melton / iStock

Must Have Photography Books Part 1

It's important to have a photography library in your home. It's a great instant resource and a much better way to see pictures then on a computer monitor. Here's a list of classic photography books that every photo library must have.
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©Natalia Hlavickova

Natalia Hlavickova

I recently discovered the work of the Natália Hlavičková through Facebook. A early 20s emerging photographer from Bratislava, Slovakia. The first thing that struck me about her work was its carefree unrestrained style. 
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©Sacha Lecca

Sacha Lecca "Skateboarding Photographer and Rolling Stone Editor"

You may know Sacha Lecca as a photo editor at Rolling Stone Magazine. But what you may not know is this dude is a photographer and a skateboarder!  
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©David J. Carol

Winter Light

I always get excited to take pictures in the winter.
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©Davin Ellicson

"Push the Button!"

I have been giving private lessons and workshops for quite a while now. Everyone that I work with has different goals and motivations, yet they all have a few things in common. One of these things is they want to be more "spontaneous" or "carefree" in their photography.
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©David J. Carol

"The Street Photography Show" at The Museum of the City of New York

If you are interested in Street Photography, or photography in general, you should come see the Museum of the City of New York's exhibit at their South Street Seaport Museum at 12 Fulton Street.
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©Michael Grace-Martin

Halloween Photo Contest 2012

If I didn't know any better, I'd think Halloween was invented to be photographed (Hey what do I know, maybe it was in some weird magical way).
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©Martin Gisborne

My Favorite Quotes in Photography

I always use quotes in my books. I figure why re-invent the wheel. If an idea I'm trying to convey has been said already and said well, then why not use it. Here are a few of my favorite quotes related to photography.
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David J. Carol

Time for my 2012 Top 10 Favorites Things!

As the year draws to a close I notice that everyone loves to make lists of their favorite things.  As I have said before I love lists too. So here are my favorite things photographic for 2012! 
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©Ira Jesse Pfeffer

Portfolio Reviews at Palm Springs Photo Festival Part 1

Last month I was lucky enough to be asked to review work at The Palm Springs Photo Festival during PhotoPlus in New York City. Its such a great way to meet interesting and talented artists.  Over the next month I'm going to highlight the work of a few of these people. So, lets get things rolling here with the work of Ira Jesse Pfeffer.
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©David J. Carol

I Photograph my Food

Yes, its true! We all have quirky photo habits. One of mine is photographing my food. 
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©David J. Carol

My Shadow

I'm not the first and I wont be the last, but I love taking pictures of my shadow!!!
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©David J. Carol

Hurricane Sandy

This photo was taken on the south shore of Long Island in the winter of 2011 and is one of my favorites. I'm sure it will never look the same again...
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©Kevin Parent

Kevin Parent, my kind of Photographer

I was recently looking through photographs online when i came across this photo of a Winn Dixie store in South Carolina taken by Kevin Parent. I loved the photograph so much I wrote to him just to let him know. 
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©David J. Carol

Career Choices-Follow your Dreams!

I went to what was then and is still now considered an elite high school. I had a meeting at some point with my guidance counselor to discuss career choices.
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©David J. Carol

Landscape Photographers

Today I decided to make a list of my favorite "Landscape Photographers".  I'm not saying they are the best, I'm just saying they are my favorites. 
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©Andrew Stanbridge

Andrew Stanbridge's Journey

If you don't know who Andrew Stanbridge is yet, you're in for a treat.
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©David J. Carol

My first time...

I remember the first time I thought, this is it, I'm a professional photographer. I was in my 20s on one of my first truly exotic assignments.
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Landscape Contest

The David Carol on Facebook photo contests roll on...
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©David J. Carol

One Reason Film Beats Digital

About a year ago I decided to start scanning my negatives to help me edit and also save some money on the costs associated with printing.
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David J. Carol

A Photographer Must!

A lot of young photographers are missing out on something special. All they know is digital photography. I think every photographer at some point in their careers must do the following:
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©Sean Rohde

Polaroid Reality with Sean Rohde

I was just recently introduced to the work of Sean Rohde. His photos instantly struck me. They were Polaroids of the American west...
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Attend the Smith Grant Ceremony

The W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund extends an open invitation to attend the ceremony for the 33rd Annual W. Eugene Smith Grant in the Humanistic Photography and Howard Chapnick Grant for the Advancement of Photojournalism.
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©Amy Lombard

Portfolio Reviews

Do you wonder if going to a portfolio review at ASMP or Palms Springs Photo Festival (just to name two, there are many others) are worth it? 
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©David J. Carol

10 Things I Have Been Paid to Photograph

Fashion in Paris, Aerials of the US Virgin Islands, Inuits in the High Arctic...
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©Jessica Lehrman

Meet Jessica Lehrman

Every time I'm introduced to, stumble upon, meet or somehow made aware of an "Emerging Photographer" whose work strikes me you will see that person here. 
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©David J. Carol

Selling Photography

I take pictures for me, I'm not a store and I'm not affected by what sells in galleries.
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©David J. Carol

Gone Fishin’

When you're going fishing you go where the fish are...
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©David J. Carol

What is Photography All About to Me?

As corny as it sounds, sometimes I sit back and I'm amazed at all this good stuff that has come to me because I use a camera.
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©David J. Carol

Artist or Photographer?

If you're a photographer and someone asks what you do, say "I'm a photographer". Do not say you are an artist. 
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©Paris Visone

Practicing

I hate practicing! I always hated practicing. In fact I never practice anything anymore. 
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©David J. Carol

Pre-focused

For me, most of the time I'm pre-focused and the exposure is set. I literally point and shoot...You do it long enough, it becomes second nature. 
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©David J. Carol

Morning Light

The early morning is a magical time to take pictures.
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I Love a Good Photo Contest

I love a good photo contest. I'm always interested in what people consider their best work.
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©David J. Carol

Where’s the Monkey?

For this article I will focus on my most important criteria for a great photo. Its the "Wheres the Monkey?" question.
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©Joni Sternbach

Portrait Photographers

Here's a list of my 13 favorite portrait photographers of all time...
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©David J. Carol

Words in Photographs

When done correctly it feels to me like I'm giving the viewer a little wink or nod.
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©David J. Carol

Early Morning Run

Getting up early and running 7 miles every morning is quite exhilarating!!!
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©David J. Carol

Follow your Dream

I have a good friend that I’ve known since childhood. I use his story as an example of what it means to follow your dream.  
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©Faith Ninivaggi

Being Professional

I'm a photographer. I'm a professional photographer. What's the difference? 
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©Stacey Assael Skordas

It’s Never Too Late

The term "Emerging Photographer" often brings to mind a student or a 20 something photographer just starting out. Its an exciting time...
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©David J. Carol

Only One Thing Matters

The young photographer continued by saying, "It is great taking pictures, that is all I want to do and talk about. But what is the next step?"  
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©David J. Carol

A Perfect World

If you have no choice but to keep taking pictures because you just have to...You are quite lucky!! 
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Horse Mojave Desert

©David J. Carol

Zen and Photography to Me

My job as the photographer is to organize the chaos... Eliminate the superfluous...
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©David J. Carol

What Kind of Photographer are you?

A person of "knowledge" asked me today what kind of photographer I am.
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Photograph by: Joe Chanin Caption: St. Louis Arch

©Joe Chanin

Has Photography Gotten too Conceptual?

I love to talk about "photography", but as simplistic as it sounds, when you see a good photograph you know it.
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©David J. Carol

Start a Photography Book Collection

Books are better then computers for seeing photographs.
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Laundry

4th of July Photo Challenge

In my never ending desire to promote photography and have fun I decided to have a 4th of July photo contest on my Facebook wall. 
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Fedex Man

David J. Carol

Loving Photography

I love photography! I think most of us can say that without fear of contradiction. But, there are so many different types of photography. 
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Lindsay Comstock

It Takes a (Photo) Village

Brooklyn’s Photoville is the perfect summer weekend destination 
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David J. Carol

Emerging Photographer Welcomes David J. Carol

Well, well, well...This is my first contribution to Emerging Photographer magazine and its quite exciting!! 
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Movie Lady, Moscow, 1992

David J. Carol

Finding Inspiration

Just like writers, photographers get "writers block.” At one point in my career I went for over a year without taking any photos for me.

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June is for raking in the green

We did your homework and rounded up a list of photo grants to apply for this summer.
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Fall 2011 and Spring 2012 issues Emerging Photographer

Introducing the Sony/PDN Emerging Photographer App!

The Fall 2011 and Spring 2012 issues of Emerging Photographer magazine are now available through the new Emerging Photographer app for iPhone and iPad devices!

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Making the Case for Captions

Remember that a caption is also an important part of your work—one that can sometimes make a good picture into a great one.

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Matthew Jordan Smith

Matthew Jordan Smith for Sony

Matthew Jordan Smith for Sony
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“Dictionary” from Parsley Steinweiss’ “Stacks” series.

© Parsley Steinweiss

Promo Mojo for Artists

Three photographers share their experiences juggling the business and creative sides of the fine-art industry and reveal strategies that have helped further their careers.
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Image from “Red Squares” by Yulia Gorbachenko.

© Yulia Gorbachenko

Seizing the Debut

For the Debut category of PDN’s The Look contest, Sony Artisan of Imagery Matthew Jordan Smith selected three young photographers for special recognition.
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The Singapore Flyer, part of a Singapore feature shot by McLain for the January 2010 issue of National Geographic.

© David McLain

Reaching New Heights

National Geographic photographer David McLain on his adventures in video and 3D.
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A photo by Lawrence documenting Urban Beach Week in Miami last May.

© Wayne Lawrence

Wayne's World

Wayne Lawrence found his true calling—and landed the 2010 PDN/Sony Emerging Photographer Award—by focusing on the stories that matter to him most.
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© Angela Boatwright

True Grit

At age 12, Angela Boatwright began documenting the world of hardcore musicians. Now, 23 years later, the successful advertising and editorial photographer is working hard to bring their raw stories to the big screen.
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Sony a550 DSLR

Relish the flexibility of two Live View Modes.
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© Lisa Wiseman

Diving into Digital

Four breakout photographers on how forgoing film has given them a professional edge.
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© Tim Detert

Student Focus

Now in its third year, the Sony World Photography Awards have continued to develop a groundbreaking and successful initiative that creates a unique opportunity for both photography institutions and their students.
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© Hayley Gilbert

High School Student Hayley Gilbert Photographs Polar Bears

Hayley Gilbert, a senior at Broadneck High School in Annapolis, Maryland, was chosen along with 12 other students from around the world to attend Polar Bear Leadership Camp.
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