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Dan Milnor: Breaking the Rules with Layflat Paper
17 May 2018

Dan Milnor: Breaking the Rules with Layflat Paper

Dan Milnor’s photo books are, among many other things, a record of the people, places, and experiences that have shaped his career. Case-in-point is Peru—a strikingly beautiful photo book that doesn’t always stick to the traditional rules of photography. Here he talks to us about the thought process behind his design decisions and why a Layflat Photo Book can help photographers stand out from the...

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10 Tips for Taking Better Photos – Basic Photography Tips
11 May 2018

10 Tips for Taking Better Photos – Basic Photography Tips

No matter how long you’ve been carrying a camera, it’s the drive to capture and preserve life’s profound moments that keep us picking it up again and again. It’s always a challenge to fully enter a moment, to see all that it holds, and translate that 3D experience into something you can keep—something evocative that transports you with clarity and beauty. Photography Tip #1: Keep...

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Daniel Milnor: Notes on Photography
10 May 2018

Daniel Milnor: Notes on Photography

Notes on Photography is a blog series all about images. Each month, Daniel Milnor will revisit an old photograph and share his notes on what works within each shot, what he would do differently, and why. IMAGE 1: Llamadas, Uruguay, 2012 What worked? Layering This image was shot with a 50mm at about f/4 or f/4.5. The background was too busy, and there were too...

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Hit the Books with Dan Milnor: Preserving & Documenting Through Photography
08 May 2018

Hit the Books with Dan Milnor: Preserving & Documenting Through Photography

What’s the secret to capturing a photograph that takes you back to a moment in time? How can a single image capture not only sights, but also the sounds, smells, and feelings of a place? We asked photographer Daniel Milnor for his tips on preserving and documenting moments through photography. 01 What’s the best way to capture memorable moments? Truly capturing moments requires a certain...

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Behind the Book with Julia Nimke
03 May 2018

Behind the Book with Julia Nimke

Julia Nimke is a Berlin-based photographer who spent a year in Adobe’s Creative Residency. She toured Europe in a converted Sprinter van, collecting folktales and shooting isolated landscapes that speak of solitude and simplicity. She’s compiled her images into a new photo book called Folk Tales, which explores the relationship between people, expansive spaces, and the feelings they evoke. We sat down with Julia to...

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