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Light Matters with Brian Fitzgerald

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  Image: Brian Fitzgerald Have you ever wished you could listen in on the conversation of experienced commercial photographers and masters of lighting—not only to hear their secrets of using flash but to understand the way they approach lighting, location work and the inevitable issues that come with it? Then ASMP member Brian Fitzgerald has the book for you. Light Matters: A Photographer's Guide to Lighting with Flash on Location contains practical information on how…
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Led Zeppelin as Seen by Led Zeppelin

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Editor's Note: Contributing photographers Bob Gruen and Elliot Erwitt are current ASMP Life Members. Cross-posted from PDN Photo of the Day Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin is a unique collaboration between Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones, the three remaining living members of the legendary band. Commemorating 50 years since their formation, the 400-page chronology spans the band’s career. It’s comprised of hundreds of images and artworks personally selected by the band from…

John Davidson’s Latest Portrait Project – Women Who Tech Are Dangerous

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  Lynette Barksdale © John Davidson Austin-based John Davidson has a new personal project entitled Women Who Tech Are Dangerous: Portraits and Stories in the Age of #MeToo, in which he photographed and interviewed 35+ women in tech (in Austin and San Antonio). The women featured reach across barriers of age, race, and career level - they discuss their backgrounds, their experiences in tech, and their hopes for change in the battle of gender equality,…

The Story Behind Ziggy’s, London’s New David Bowie–Themed Bar

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Image © Mick Rock Editor's Note: Mick Rock is an ASMP Professional Member. Cross-posted from Condé Nast Traveler When Mick Rock showed up at a retirement party for David Bowie’s alter ego Ziggy Stardust in 1973, he had no idea it would go down as one of the wildest parties of the glam rock era. “One doesn't think about these things at the time,” says the legendary rock photographer. “You've got to remember how young…