Focusing on Tanzania: The Olive Branch for...
By Terry McDermott Reducing the divide between have and have not regions is a reality the world must change. The Olive Branch for Children and Photographers Without Borders are combining efforts to help meet this challenge. The Olive Branch for Children, since 2005, has been an important part of the solution in Tanzania. It brings Canadian compassion and expertise to community-led programs that...
Without Borders, one of the terms you hear so much in today’s not-for-profit world. What is it with this need we have to abandon our borders? Recently bestselling author, political adviser and social and ethical prophet Jeremy Rifkin called our 21st century civilization the ‘empathic’ one. Today we have such connectivity wit the world around us it’s hard to ignore all the troubles we have in the...
The creative act lasts but a brief moment, a lightning instant of give-and-take,...– Henri Cartier Bresson
On Wednesday we interviewed Eliza, the most exceptional teacher in the Montessori Outreach program. Eliza handles 50 kids every day, is incredibly organized, plays with them so that they enjoy learning. She’s always high energy. For the most part, Eliza does not get paid for any of the work she does at the school because parents can’t or won’t pay. She farms to support...
News From Tanzania!
Interviewing some of West Tanzania’s most inspirational women; meeting new families; making new friends and dancing the night away in a Masai village— PWB’s first week in Tanzania has been nothing short of incredible. We’re excited to be able to share an update from Carrie and Danielle, who are currently working in Tanzania with The Olive Branch for Children to create a...
Lighting Angular Features with Craig Pulsifer →
“Lighting is a game of angles – angles of incidence, angles of reflectance – it’s a bank shot on a billiards table where light is the photographer’s cue ball.” -Craig Pulsifer
In photography there is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than...– Alfred Stieglitz
A photograph has picked up a fact of life, and that fact will live forever.– Raghu Rai
“Practice takes time. You can’t make attention. You can only...– Ken McLeod on honing your most valuable skills - as qtd. by Pat Harada Linfoot, of Octopus Garden Yoga centre in Toronto (www.octopusgardenyoga.com)
“People say photographs don’t lie, mine do.” - David...– Collector’s edition of Life, the Eisie Issue, spring 1998 , Page: 137.
There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.”...
Birth-Photography is all the rage! →
A NY Times Article on photography in the Delivery Room! “five births a month… $700” a piece! Photographer, Lynsey Stone ”tries to arrive when a woman is six centimeters dilated, to capture the later stages of labor. This has resulted in numerous speeding tickets”. #dedication #photographerswithoutborders
photofocus Review - "The Linked Photographers'... →
Photofocus’ response to a useful guide on what to emphasize, and how to balance our work with marketing in regard to our online following - where to put what? how much time to put into a web presence? Who to target and what will yield tangible results, ie. sales and livelihood, when a huge user-base is a given?
"Dark as Night" photograph of McLouth Steel Plant... →
You don’t take a photograph. You ask, quietly, to borrow it. ...– http://www.photographerswithoutborders.ca/apps/webstore/
PWB got Snap'd! #BeGoodFriday @ the El Mocambo →
Which of my photographs is my favorite? The one I’m going to take tomorrow.” –...
“Why People Photograph” by Robert Adams. It’s great. My tip would be to...– http://blog.jodyrogac.com/
Beauty can be seen in all things, seeing and composing the beauty is what...
DSLRs are a dying breed - 3rd Gen Cameras are the future” - Trey Radcliffe– Share your thoughts with us @ http://www.facebook.com/photographerswithoutborderscanada
You’ve got to push yourself harder. You’ve got to look for start...
Informative: "Your Rights as a Photographer in... →
Two of Jeremy's pieces will be featured at Nyood's... →
More of this PWB artists’ work underground, his book, and reviews… Rivers Forgotten - Underground Abandoned Urban BlogTO Torontoist Join us at the Nyood Bar Pop-Up this Sunday, 2nd Floor during Nyood’s infamous Brunch party!
Recognize this timeless TO image? →
*one of a small, hand-picked selection of PWB artists’ work to be featured at the Pop-Up fashion and art shop, 2nd floor during Nyood’s famous Le Brunch - this Sunday! Join us for some “well deserved cocktails and shopping.”
I always wonder why birds stay in the same place when they can fly anywhere on...– Photographers Without Borders RB goodlifebreeze.tumblr.com/