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Celebrating 30 Years of Glen Luchford’s Fashion Photography

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Cross-posted from AnOther. [By Belle Hutton] “Among the editorial and personal work Luchford has created over his career, he has broken boundaries with his fashion campaign images. In the 1990s Luchford shot atmospheric campaigns for Prada – including Amber Valletta lying in a boat in the middle of the dusky River Tiber with small fires burning in the distance, or standing in a misty, snowy garden – that broke the mould; some of the images…

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Photographer Recreates Historical Portraits Using Direct Descendants of the Subjects, Including Thomas Jefferson’s Sixth Great Grandson

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Cross-posted from Fstoppers [by Jack Alexander] One photographer has been shooting portraits with the goal of recreating famous portraits of some of history’s most prominent figures — but with an interesting twist: His subjects are the descendants of historical figures. For one portrait in particular, he located Thomas Jefferson’s sixth great-grandson. Drew Gardner is not only a photographer but also a history enthusiast who was was commissioned by Smithsonian magazine to work on a project…

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Keeping Fit: How to Do the Right Exercise for Your Age

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Cross-posted from getpocket.com [by Julie Broderick] As we get older, our bodies benefit from different types of exercise. Here’s a guide for all ages. The effect of exercise on health is profound. It can protect you from a range of conditions, including heart disease, type 2 diabetes and some cancers. But the type and amount of exercise you should do changes as you age. To ensure that you are doing the right type of exercise…

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Capturing the Human Planet

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Cross-posted from The Nature Conservancy. [By Jenny Rogers] How has viewing the world from above turned an aerial photographer into an “accidental environmentalist?” George Steinmetz “has traveled to dozens of countries in his nearly four-decade career photographing stories for National Geographic and other magazines. From above, usually in paragliders and helicopters, he’s watched as people have reshaped the world beneath his lens. His new book, he says, is ‘intended to be both a celebration of the…

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How to Channel a Daily Vision into a 20-Year Photography Career

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Cross-posted from 99u. [By Molly Gottschalk]  “Q. What other advice would you give to your younger self or to photographers embarking on the beginning of their careers? A. Wake up early. And don’t sleep too much. I usually wake up between 6–7am, and I’m accomplishing more in a year waking up early than I did over a decade in my twenties because I slept in. Plus, the light’s so much better in the morning. I…

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