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Affinity Photo now available for Windows

Affinity Photo is Coming to Windows

Affinity Photo, along with Affinity Design and Affinity Publisher, comprise Affinity’s lineup of editing software that is dubbed as a cheaper alternative to Adobe software. Affinity Photo is a photo-editing application that won Best Mac App of 2015 and was designed exclusively for Mac computers, but now Affinity has announced that their most popular application will …

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Thieves Steal Wedding Photos, Photographer Begs For Them Back

BOSTON – A wedding photographer whose equipment was stolen out of her car following a Saturday night wedding has lost all of the photos of her client’s most important, special day. Francielle Santo, who runs a photography business, is now offering a $1,000 reward for the safe return of her memory cards containing her clients’ …

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Snickers Ad Pokes Fun at Bad Photoshopping

“You just aren’t yourself when you’re hungry.” Photoshop fails happen all the time in the creative and advertising industries, and sometimes they can turn into quite a big story. About a year ago it was revealed that Justin Bieber’s Calvin Klein ad received its fair share of photo retouching, particular to enlarge and accentuate his muscles. That’s why …

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The Russian Lomography Jupiter 3+ lens is back

  By Michael Zhang, PetaPixel   Lomography just brought another classic lens design back from the dead. Today the company announced its new Jupiter 3+ 50mm f/1.5 lens for L39 and M mount rangefinders. It’s “a bold, beautiful, and brimming-with-bokeh resurrection from the zenith of Russian optical design,” Lomo says. The original Jupiter 3 lens …

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Corey Rich shoots D5 promo video using the new Nikon D5

Nikon Ambassador and long-time Summit Instructor Corey Rich shoots the new promo video for the new Nikon D5 camera using only footage taken on the new camera itself. When Nikon releases a new camera, they first run it by the photographers, editors, directors and technologists who will be utilizing it first. Photographers like Corey Rich …

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NEW Summit Online course – The Art of the Engagement Session

Wedding and engagement photographers rejoice! Summit Online’s new course is meant just for you! Join instructor Tallie Johnson as she takes you through the entire process of photographing an engaged couple, from introducing yourself to them and learning about them, to the actual shoot, to the editing and delivery process. If you are already an …

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15% OFF Black Friday to Cyber Monday SALE!

From Black Friday to Cyber Monday, receive 15% off the full tuition of any of our non-destination workshops, including lighting, sports, adventure and nature. Our 10% discount for workshop alumni, NPS, AMNP, NPPA and educators and students will not be able to be applied in addition to our Black Friday to Cyber Monday discount. *ALL …

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Rich Clarkson Inducted into Basketball Hall of Fame

Rich Clarkson Enshrined into Basketball Hall of Fame

  Few people, if any, have had the impact on sports photography and photographing the game of basketball that Rich Clarkson has had. On Thur, September 10, Rich was enshrined into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, as well as being awarded the Hall of Fame’s Curt Gowdy Media Award.  He is the first …

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2015 Sports Workshop Attendant Sharon Chapman Lands Spread on CNN

    The Summit Workshops can set up photographers with the tools they need to thrive and be successful, like in one case with a student from the 2015 Sports Workshop. Sharon Chapman, an Australian attendee of the Sports Workshop, was perhaps the most enthusiastic and eager student at the entire event. That same enthusiasm …

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Behind a Photograph

William Albert Allard, National Geographic photographer and long-time Summit faculty, gives us insight into what goes into a photograph and how important workshops like the Summit are to the advancement of education. Check out the video below that features previous workshop attendees’ photos as Allard details the visual importance.

Loss of a legend

The world lost a great friend, photographer and mentor today with the passing of Bill Eppridge. Eppridge was the ultimate Summit Workshop instructor, bringing enthusiasm, energy, taste and a great sense of humor. His critique comments were always incisive and dead on. Eppridge will be dearly missed within the workshop family and photo community at …

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Join Adventure Photography Workshop co-founder Corey Rich for his free online Still + Motion seminar with CreativeLIVE!

We’re excited to partner with Corey Rich, co-founder of our Adventure Photography Workshop, and newly-minted Nikon Ambassador, on his new creativeLIVE course Still and Motion: Storytelling on Location, broadcast free online August 26-28th! During the course, he’s going to be giving away a free tuition to any of our Summit Series of Photography Workshop programs. You don’t want to miss …

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Nat Geo photogs give insight from Rich Clarkson

Gerd Ludwig continues his series on speaking to former Directors of Photography including Rich Clarkson. Clarkson was Director of Photography for the National Geographic Magazine from 1985 to 1988. — Like Kent Kobersteen, I have spent much of my professional life moving on from an early role as staff photographer to a director of photography. …

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CBS News ‘This Morning’ profiled Rich Clarkson for 57th Final Four

Since 1952, Rich Clarkson has been a staple of the NCAA Final Four Tournament documenting history. From the emergence of the black athlete to the different style of the game, Rich has been travelled the road to the Final Four 57 times. With that, Charlie Rose and CBS News This Morning gave him some airtime …

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Sports Workshop Promo wins 2 Telly Awards

For over 30 years, the Telly Awards has been the premier award honoring outstanding TV commercials and programs, the finest video and film productions, and web videos and films. With nearly 11,000 entries from all 50 states and foreign countries, a prestigious judging panel of over 500 accomplished industry professionals uphold the historical standard of excellence that …

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burn. sits down with decision maker: Chris Johns, NatGeo

In the first installment of series ‘Decision Makers’, David Alan Harvey sat down and interviewed Award-winning Editor, Chris Johns of National Geographic. Harvey and Johns have both attended the Summit Workshop as faculty in past years. Rich Clarkson, in fact, hired Johns to his first internship as a photo assistant that led to his illustrious …

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Lucie Award

Outstanding achievement. Two of many words which could be used to describe Rich Clarkson’s illustrious career in photography. This Monday Clarkson was awarded the Outstanding Achievement award for sports photography from the Lucie Foundation. The Lucie Awards, for those who may not know, were founded to honor the greatest achievements in photography from around the …

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New Sports Workshop Informational Video

Every summer at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, the Sports Photography Workshop takes over for one week of exciting field training, classroom tutorials, networking, and shooting dozens of professional and amateur sporting events. Colorado Rockies. Colorado Springs Sky Sox. US Swimming. Biking. Motocross and more. “You couldn’t really put an amount on how …

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Remote camera tutorial with AP Photographer Mark Terrill

Making that move to using remote cameras at sporting events (or other events) can be quite daunting. But as AP Photographer, Mark Terrill, says, using remote cameras and multiple cameras “raises your percentage of usable photos exponentially”. “And for the Associated Press, I need a great photo and fast. So using multiple cameras will up …

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Q&A with Director of NCAA Photos

Jamie Schwaberow, Director of NCAA Photos, is a 1996 journalism graduate from Bowling Green State University. He joined Rich Clarkson and Associates in 1999 where he began photographing NCAA national championships along with Denver professional sports teams.   Schwaberow received his first professional training at a variety of newspapers including This Week Newspapers in Columbus, …

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Daylight Magazine

This print and on-line magazine, published by Daylight Community Arts Foundation, is a non-profit showcase for contemporary documentary photography featuring the work of established and emerging artists, scholars and journalists. Founded by Michael lItkoff and Taj Forer as winners of a Howard Chapnick Grant for developing leadership in photojournalism, the website features documentary work from …

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