Tag Archives for " ethics "

May 01

#1113. Week Links of Photograpy : ethical cameras (?), Amazon video suite, drones, superblack backgrounds …

By pascaljappy | Newsletter

In this week’s issue, we explore paints and fabrics for super black backgrounds, ethical consumers diss the photo industry, drones get better every day, instant cameras play cool, Amazon picks and shovels its way into content creation, Olympus and Sigma make our hearts beat faster, I wish one video product existed for photography, and admire […]

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Nov 06

#925. Is travel photography ethical?

By pascaljappy | Opinion

There are hard questions that take us to dark places and which, most often, we’d rather not ask ourselves 😉 This one of them, particularly in times of Flygskam and Greta Thunberg as nominee for Peace Nobel Prize. Whether we agree with the young Swede superstar or discard the whole movement as an unrealistic bag […]

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Feb 28

#330. Week-end roundup: Yeats country, droning by numbers, timelapses, an innovative rangefinder and outdated photo ethics

By pascaljappy | News

Hey, it’s that time of whenever again. Time to put your feet up and read nice articles related to photography. Here’s our (insert irregular frequency) pick of the beautiful, the interesting, the ballsy and innovative …   Yeats Country: 17 photos of Sligo and Leitrim that are pure poetry. The title is true. 17 photographs […]

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