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With Italy, For Italy | Destination KSA – Photobook Photography Article

With Italy, For Italy | Destination KSA Labeled the “Italy For Italy” campaign, twenty of Italy’s most famous photographers drove twenty iconic and new Lamborghini cars to twenty of the most beautiful regions across Italy to reveal landscapes steeped in art, history, and unique excellence. Signaling the rebirth of the country following the Covid-19 emergency, this “With Italy, For Italy” initiative shone a new light on Italy’s extraordinary wealth of treasures. We further learned about the initiative by asking a…

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Photography in the Time of Quarantine – Photobook Photography Article

Photography in the Time of Quarantine Photo by Rashed Al Subaie Using only an iPhone and some practice, you can be a professional photographer too. Well, let’s face it: this quarantine hasn’t been that easy. But if there’s a silver lining, it’s that we all collectively now have time that we didn’t before. Have you always wanted to practice a skill that you never had the opportunity to? Do you have a passion that you want to work on? Now’s…

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Local Dhahran Photographers 2020 – The Design Souk – Photobook Photography Article

Local Dhahran Photographers 2020 – The Design Souk (First Row) Allison Redmon | Amanda Peasley | Hina Mushtaq | Ivie Osula | Jenebie | (Second Row) Lorna Fraser | Louise van der Merwe | Nazia Asif | (Third Row) Olena Jakes | Ruslana Magar | Sabrina Munir | Sadaqat Ali | Tasneem DahduliThis is probably one of my favorite posts to put together – I’m always so blown away by the level of talent in our community! My last family photographers…

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Finding Your Niche: A Fireside Chat at CreativeLive – Photography Article

Not too long ago I had the opportunity to sit down with a group of CreativeLive students attending a special week of programming in our Seattle studios. This conversation was never intended to be published, but after listening to this intimate conversation with some fellow creators, I had to share it. One of the things I really love about having students in the studio is 1:1 interaction and that non-tangible exchange that happens when a group of people gets together.…

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