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Josh Newton talks to About A Photograph

Josh Newton talks to About A Photograph

| July 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

Josh Newton, artistic photojournalist, is with us this week on About A Photograph – We’re pretty sure you’ve seen this photograph! Josh shoots lots of music and lots of weddings and we’ve been fans of his work for a while now – check out his website. www.joshnewton.com You can find Josh on Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest […]

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Win an Airport Roller Derby from thinkTankPhoto

Win an Airport Roller Derby from thinkTankPhoto

| July 2, 2014 | 30 Comments

This giveaway is now over – thanks everyone for playing along! Congratulations to our winners!   Welcome, friends from various parts of the world! We’re giving away eight days worth of thinkTank Photo accessories, and then a grand prize winner will win an Airport Roller Derby with eight accessories of their choice. #8X8X8 Here’s how […]

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Melissa Farlow – About A Photograph

Melissa Farlow – About A Photograph

| July 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

Kurt and Deanne sent across our next “About A Photograph” and I have to admit, I don’t know much about the subject Wild Horses in the American West and off I went on a veritable Google rampage of open page tabs and search queries to rival the best research assistant! (Once you’ve finished watching the […]

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Happy Fathers Day!

Happy Fathers Day!

| June 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

If you’re in the US of A, today, Sunday June 15th is Fathers day – I was reminded of this as a friend just sent me a text to say happy fathers day, I looked quizzically at my iphone and a light went on in my head – OH, it’s Fathers day in America (I’m […]

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Arrived, unwound…

Arrived, unwound…

| May 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

19 hours in a flying bus is not good for anyone, especially when you’re 6’3″ — I managed to be crammed into the window seat on both legs, Australia – Hong Kong / Hong Kong Tel Aviv. Happy to report zero gear issues despite the weight of my Panorama backpack. Also happy to report that […]

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William Albert Allard on About A Photograph

William Albert Allard on About A Photograph

| May 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

Our series of “About A Photograph” continues today with William Albert Allard, a long time Nat Geo photographer, storyteller and teacher. “I think what I really like to do in my pictures is to look into someone, rather than to look at them”  Some really inspiring thoughts in this short film! We hope you enjoy […]

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Win a Cam Ranger ‘in a bag’ with thinkTankPhoto

Win a Cam Ranger ‘in a bag’ with thinkTankPhoto

| April 16, 2014 | 254 Comments

CONGRATS RUSSELL ON BEING OUR WINNER – THANKS EVERYONE!   We’re having a bit of fun with our friends from Cam Ranger who have very kindly donated a Cam Ranger for one of you good people to win! Don’t know what a Cam Ranger is? Here’s a great video from our friends at Kelby Media […]

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tTP Weekend Photo Competition

tTP Weekend Photo Competition

| April 5, 2014 | 12 Comments

This promotion closed – sorry for the delay.  Spring – April 5th – 6th (entries in by midnight on the 6th Santa Rosa time) – Winner : Swaroop Singha Roy (Facebook) Reflection - April 12th – 13th (entries in by midnight on the 13th) – Winner : James Snook Loud - April 19th – 20th (entries in by midnight on […]

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Introducing the Airport Electric, a new roller from thinkTank

Introducing the Airport Electric, a new roller from thinkTank

| April 2, 2014 | 2 Comments

You spoke, we listened! Press Release, April 01, 2014, Santa Rosa, California. One of the big problems with working in a remote location is that you’re always worried about your powersource – studio heads, batteries, laptops, hair curlers (if you’re on a fashion shoot, etc) well, with some amazing tech, we’ve now got you covered! […]

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Ed Kashi – Northern Nigeria Conflict

Ed Kashi – Northern Nigeria Conflict

| March 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Being the person that gets to put this content online, I always sit here in my (relatively) safe house and think to myself, could I do what this photographer did? Would I be able to think clearly and capture the image in those two or three seconds she or he had? Most of the time […]

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