1. Jiro Ose turned to freelance work after four years as a staff photographer at New York Newsday.

    Born in Osaka, Japan, Jiro received a Bachelor of Journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1993. Since graduation, he has worked as a photographer at four daily newspapers, one in Singapore and three in New York. He has covered Haiti, Chad (Sudan), China, Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore, the United States and Kurdistan.

    Jiro is now based in Beirut, Lebanon.

    For more information about Jiro Ose, and his work visit: reduxpictures.com/

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  2. “Most of us are much more comfortable behind the lens,” said Fred R. Conrad, a New York Times staff photographer. “And to just sort of barge in on another photographer and tell him to pose … you feel kind of funny.” Mr. Conrad was on assignment to do a portrait of Joel Meyerowitz, the influential color photographer whose half-century career takes up a massive two-volume book, and an exhibition. Elaisha Stokes, a freelance videographer for The New York Times, shadowed Mr. Conrad taking Mr. Meyerowitz’s portrait in his studio on the Upper West Side to accompany an article by Randy Kennedy. Lens also recently published a post by Mr. Meyerowitz on his approach to color and black-and-white photography.

    View original post here:
    lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/11/21/photographing-the-photographer/

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  3. An interactive, modular sculpture by Alexander Green.

    The Sugar Cubes project is a continuously evolving exploration of light as an instrument, modular 3D sculpture, and structured improvisation.

    Music "A Fall" by Rumpistol https://rumprecordings.bandcamp.com/album/away-2

    # vimeo.com/106245776 Uploaded 11.8K Plays 10 Comments
  4. Work commissioned by Computer Arts UK for their June/2013 edition.
    I've made the illustration and the animated version for the IPad.

    # vimeo.com/65571323 Uploaded 3,581 Plays 9 Comments
  5. This is the official video documentation of
    NODE13 - Forum for Digital Arts, February 2013, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Germany
    node.vvvv.org

    Paoloreste Gelfo and his team of ambitious videographers followed every stage of the festival and
    have taken hours of video footage, to create a documentary about NODE13. NODE is a biannual reunion of vvvv developers, users, artists and activists. It is an international platform, with talks, workshops and an exhibition. A platform to share knowledge and to meet each other- also away from keyboard.

    Direction: Paoloreste Gelfo paoloreste.tumblr.com/ and vimeo.com/user5329150
    Editor/Colorist/Graphic: Antonio Labbro Francia vimeo.com/user3449801
    Music: Edisonnoside soundcloud.com/edisonnoside

    Production Coordination: Jeanne Charlotte Vogt
    Camera: Constantin Urban, Paoloreste Gelfo, Markus Haertel, Yannic Bill

    This video was made possible with the help of
    meso.net
    wirmachenbunt.de
    m-box.de
    vvvv.org

    Commisioned by NODE Verein zur Förderung Digitaler Kultur. node.vvvv.org

    # vimeo.com/65049567 Uploaded 11.1K Plays 5 Comments

Outi Crannell - Freelance Photographer

Outi Crannell

Freelance photographer Outi Crannell enjoys being her own boss. To her, she can decide how much or how little she works during a week. She thinks that this lack of pressure allows her to take better pictures and choose her subject more carefully. Once…


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Freelance photographer Outi Crannell enjoys being her own boss. To her, she can decide how much or how little she works during a week. She thinks that this lack of pressure allows her to take better pictures and choose her subject more carefully. Once she switched to freelance photography, she knew that was how she wanted to work and does not want to work for anyone else in the future.To learn more,visit:-https://www.behance.net/outicrannell

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