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Top 5 Must-Read Photography Blogs

Posted Thursday, 26 July 2007 by Chris Garrett in Design, Entertainment, Inspiration, Photography
Top 5 Must-Read Photography Blogs
Two trends you will have noticed over the last couple of years. The first, every other person you meet now has a digital camera. As a consequence, the second trend is at least half of these people want to learn more about their new-found photography passion.

Hundreds of websites and blogs are out there hoping to satisfy this demand but some stand out as shining beacons amongst the seas of recycled claptrap and copy and paste mediocrity.

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Introduction from the Cre:Source New Guy

Posted Tuesday, 3 July 2007 in Photography, Inspiration
Introduction from the Cre:Source New Guy
I'm on a mission, dear readers. I want to get to know you better. Don't worry, nothing romantic – I want to get to know you in a "stock photography" context!

I want to know who you are, what you are interested in, if there are things you need help with, things you would like to know about ...

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The Crestock Interview: Photographer and Lion Handler

Posted Monday, 18 June 2007 by Tormod Rossavik in Interviews, Inspiration, Photography
The Crestock Interview: Photographer and Lion Handler
Austro-Norwegian Andreas Doppelmayr elaborates on the necessity of tripods in the bush and his choice of pets.
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The Crestock Interview: Designer and Photographer James Thew

Posted Wednesday, 6 June 2007 by Tormod Rossavik in Interviews, Design, Inspiration, Photography
The Crestock Interview: Designer and Photographer James Thew
Graphic designer and photographer James Thew, aka Solarseven on the love of art, dinosaurs and the hard choice of where to go for an exotic holiday.
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The Crestock Interview: The Artist Known as HFNG

Posted Wednesday, 23 May 2007 by Tormod G. Rossavik in Interviews, Inspiration, Photography
The Crestock Interview: The Artist Known as HFNG
The person behind the enigmatic pseudonym elaborates on photography, inspiration and high performance speed monsters.
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'Feeling Sexy' Expressed in Photos

Posted Tuesday, 22 May 2007 in Photography, Entertainment, Inspiration
'Feeling Sexy', the theme for round two of the Crestock Photo Contest 2007, resulted in the whole gammut of interpretations, ranging from the hilarious and self-deprecating through to the unquestionably sexy, with some fantastically unexpected and individual interpretations inbetween.
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The Crestock Interview: Italian Photographer Carlo Dapino

Posted Wednesday, 16 May 2007 by Tormod G. Rossavik in Interviews, Inspiration, Photography
The Crestock Interview: Italian Photographer Carlo Dapino
With a portfolio stuffed full of brilliantly lit and gorgeous looking models, we really felt an urge to have a chat with Genova based Carlo.
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Photoshop: An Essential Photographic Tool

Posted Tuesday, 24 April 2007 by Tormod Rossavik in Photography, Inspiration, Interviews, Technology
Photoshop: An Essential Photographic Tool
Mikael Damkier, aka mikdam, is one of those photographers that have embraced Photoshop as an indispensable tool. Here he tells us how Photoshop has helped him develop his signature style.
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Top Ten Bestselling Crestock Contributors

Posted Tuesday, 17 April 2007 by Lars Hasvoll Bakke in Photography, Inspiration
Top Ten Bestselling Crestock Contributors
Have you ever wondered who the most popular contributors at Crestock are?
Well, you no longer need to wonder, here is our presentation of them!
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Andy Warhol 20th Anniversary

Posted Thursday, 22 February 2007 by Gudmund in Inspiration
Andy Warhol 20th Anniversary
Today marks the 20th anniversary of Andy Warhol's pre-mature death. He is probably best remembered by most of us for his silk-screen prints of Marilyn Monroe and Cambell's soup tins, but it was arguably his 'artist as producer' approach that ensured his profound influence on 20th century art and popular culture.
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