Photography

Photo resources, techniques, gear and imaging tools. New books, websites and exhibitions by established and up-and-coming photographers. Photo history, as well as predictions on the future of photography.

William Henry Fox Talbot

Posted Friday, 6 April 2007 by Gudmund in Icon of the week, Photography
William Henry Fox Talbot
For the very first photographer presented in our 'Icon of the week' series, it is only fitting that we start at the very beginning – with William Henry Fox Talbot.
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The Crestock Interview: Nikolay Suslov (NiDerLander)

Posted Wednesday, 28 March 2007 by Tormod G. Rossavik in Interviews, Photography
The Crestock Interview: Nikolay Suslov (NiDerLander)
Russian photographer Nikolay Suslov on photographing children in the studio, and how to best put an end to an already dying camera.
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US Photographer Sascha Burkard on Frogs, Deserts and Abandoned Mines

Posted Thursday, 8 March 2007 by Tormod G. Rossavik in Interviews, Photography
US Photographer Sascha Burkard on Frogs, Deserts and Abandoned Mines
An interview with American photographer Sascha Burkard from the fringes of Yellowstone National Park.
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Snowshoes and Hot Tea

Posted Thursday, 1 March 2007 by Tormod G. Rossavik in Interviews, Photography
Snowshoes and Hot Tea
Canadian photographer Stephen Strathdee on switching his career and the advantage of dressing properly.
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How to Dramatically Increase Your Image Sales

Posted Thursday, 1 March 2007 by Sverre Sjøthun in Photography, Technology
How to Dramatically Increase Your Image Sales
One of the very easiest ways to increase your stock photo sales is to tag your photos with the right keywords and give them the right title – here are a few remarkably effective ways to drive sales!
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Top 10 Pro Stock-Photography Tips

Posted Thursday, 8 February 2007 by Andres Rodriguez in Photography, Inspiration, Interviews
Top 10 Pro Stock-Photography Tips
Andres Rodriguez is officially the best-selling microstock photographer in the world, with an ever-expanding and impressively varied portfolio across a range of different stock sites.
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How to Successfully Launch a Freelance Career

Posted Monday, 5 February 2007 by Kirsty Pargeter in Design, Inspiration, Photography
How to Successfully Launch a Freelance Career
Are you a 9-5 employee dreaming of branching out on your own? Or perhaps a student seeing the post-studies world looming on the horizon? Perhaps you are looking to initiate a creative career, but aren't sure where to start? Get your tips for launching a successful solo career from Crestock's most productive and commercially successful contributor, who has done just that.
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The Eiffel Tower has No Guts

Posted Sunday, 4 February 2007 by Lars Hasvoll Bakke in Interviews, Photography
The Eiffel Tower has No Guts
Traveler, designer and photographer Ron Sumners talks about the Himalayas, medium format photo and the martial arts skills of the great wall of China.
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How to Create Perfect Digital Black & White Photos

Posted Sunday, 4 February 2007 by Gudmund in Photography, Design
How to Create Perfect Digital Black & White Photos
Have you ever wanted to create some stunning black and white images, but found your colour photos to be dull and uninspiring when converted to greyscale? - Here are some simple tips on how you can get full control of how your photos end up looking in black and white, whether they are dramatic landscapes or casual portraits.
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Call of the Wild

Posted Friday, 2 February 2007 by Lars Hasvoll Bakke in Interviews, Photography
Call of the Wild
I was fortunate enough to get an interview with South African photographer Nico Smit, a favourite among the Crestock staff for his amazing wildlife photography.
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