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Weekend Links 3/28/15

Saturday March 28th, 2015

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Nigel Hayes Gives a Stenographer a Surprise Spelling Bee.

Photojournalism Ethics Pop Quiz.

Dog Can’t Catch Food.

At least that's what he wants us to think... Photo by Michael Clinard.

At least that’s what he wants us to think… Photo by Michael Clinard.

Moth Lays Eggs on Reporter.

Ok Go Makes a Commercial.

Commuting Sucks.

Waiting. Always waiting. Photo by Benjamin Norman.

Waiting. Always waiting. Photo by Benjamin Norman.

Rain Art.

Wedding Singer Surprise.

Photographers Update

Jack Kurtz Shoots a Transgender Beauty Pageant in Thailand.

Christopher Stark Photographs Foodies and a Cruise and for the New York Times.

Greg DuPree Shoots a BBQ Cookbook. 

Portraits from Antti Karppinen at Cardiff Film & Comic Con.

Print Mailer: Make the Right Call

Friday March 27th, 2015

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by Liz Ream

Our most recent print mailer is a bit… different. A conceptual image by Arizona-based photographer Istvan Vizner, this one is a not-so-subtle reminder to nearly 3,000 creatives to call us for all their photography needs.

The image was part of a Swiss campaign for Cablecom— an internet, TV and phone provider. It was shot in studio and puzzled together out of different shots and a little CGI.

For more of Istvan’s work, check out istvanvizner.com.

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If you’re a creative and didn’t get a copy (printed by Modern Postcard), email us your mailing address and we’ll send you one. If you’d like to check out all of our past print promos, see them here.

Tears: Brooks Kraft / Harper Collins

Friday March 27th, 2015

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Tears: Lauren Perlstein / Seventeen Magazine

Thursday March 26th, 2015

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Deputy Art Director: Miranda Sheppard
Fashion Editor: Aeyung Kim

Evan Joseph: Top of the Rock

Wednesday March 25th, 2015

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by Liz Ream

Rockefeller Center’s “Top of the Rock” observation area provides three viewing decks, seventy floors in the air with an unobstructed 360 degree view of New York City. For visitors, it’s a must see. For photographer Evan Joseph, it was a must shoot.

Evan got the chance to shoot the Top of the Rock ad campaign last year, and recently wrapped up this year’s campaign as well, taglined Any Point of View. 

The images are from multiple different helicopter views at different times of day, and they certainly put the vastness of New York City into perspective. Check them out below!

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For more of Evan’s work, visit evanjoseph.com.

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