Rockhopper Workshops Is Launched by Kevin Raber Because the workshops will be a very integral part of the LuLa model we decided to form a new division based in the US to facilitate these workshop. Thus the formation of Rockhopper Workshops. We are proud today to officially launch Rockhopper workshops.
Photography as Art, A Lifelong Passion by Eleanor Brown Images presented in this article are from a project called simply, “Homer Spit, Alaska”. The “Spit” is a long piece of land that juts out in Kachemak Bay on the Kenai Peninsula. The harbor on the Spit is the quintessential Alaskan fishing waterfront with an eclectic mix of old boats that float, and older boats that don’t with a few reflections added in! This series of images is about “old things” which have always been subject matter I have loved to capture.
Photography and The Death of Reality by Rick Sammon
Rick Sammon seems to be everywhere these days. He is a well known photographer that works hard and shares his experiences and knowledge generously. His first article with Luminous-Landscape - Photography and The Death of Reality is meant to get you thinking about your photography and just how far you take your images in your own artistic quest of reality.
A Redux Critique of Contemporary Camera Design by Richard Sexton Luminous-Landscape has spent a lot of time lately looking at the camera industry and camera design. While we were doing this Richard Sexton, well know fine art photographer shared with us an article he wrote - A Redux Critique Of Contemporary Camera Design. Richard’s article goes quite in depth regarding his opinions of cameras and lenses today. It’s a follow up article to the one he wrote in May, 2012.
Nobody Knows Anything by Michael Reichmann A common phrase in the motion picture industry is “Nobody knows anything......", meaning that what it takes to produce a hit is not always obvious to those in the movie business.
The same is true in the camera business. This article explores who does and who doesn't get it.
Kitchen Stories by Jackie Ranken It's all about seeing differently and being so bold to break the rules. Jackie takes it to a whole new level by interjecting herself and household objects into her landscape images.