Sep 23

#906. Learning photography through forms.

By pascaljappy | How-To

If you’re vaguely familiar with karate, you’ll know that it is taught through a set of very distinct exercises. Kihon are basic movements, Kumite is a sort of sparring, and there are many more. Central among those are kata and bunkai. Kata are forms, sets of movements you repeat over and over again to memorise […]

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Sep 11

#901. Lyrical Harvest

By Nancee Rostad | Travel Photography

The Palouse region of southeastern Washington State is a true un-destination, as well as being a photographer’s dream. Reminiscent of a gentler time, it is a unique and solitary landscape where zephyr winds scatter clouds across the blue sky, causing shadows to dance and play amongst the hills. The vast rolling hills of wheat & […]

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Sep 09

#900. DS is dead. Long live DS?

By pascaljappy | News

900 posts. In today’s goldfish-attention-span media industry, that’s a fraction of a second of content. On instagram alone, all the photographs published on DS since day one represent less than 10 seconds. Still, as non-monetized photo blogs go, we can probably call it a good run and look proudly at the past. The time, however, […]

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