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  • Here is Beijing/Peking

    by Fairyseasky | 7th of January, 2011

    Here is Beijing/Peking, China. Here is the national stadium, Birds' nest. After the olympic games, there are still crowds around the stadium. See Article
  • My First Editor's Choice

    by Arim44 | 4th of January, 2011

    It was a pleasant surprise to see my photo of holiday crowd displayed on editor's choice. Thanks DT. See Article
  • Shooting in Dynamic Situations and Crowds

    by Wisconsinart | 25th of October, 2009

    If you look at the portfolios of contributors, you will notice that each individual gravitates toward certain subjects and styles. When I critique my own set of images, it's obvious that I am heavy into editorial type images. Apparently there is something about me that is... More
  • Opening Day Trout Season

    by Shootalot | 29th of April, 2009

    A spring ritual common across the United States is opening day trout season. Most states except those in the deep south have trout hatcheries and stocking of streams, ponds and lakes. Fishermen gather close to the places where trout have been stocked often bringing the... More
  • Rise Festival, London

    by Fcarucci | 15th of July, 2008

    I love music festivals; people, music, fun. I took my small A200 with a very compact 50mm prime lens and went out shooting in the crowd. I saw some pro photographers, with huge cameras and huge lenses hanging around with a press pass where I could not get access, so I tried... More
  • News in the Crowds

    by Thefinalmiracle | 29th of September, 2007

    Shooting news based images can be quite challenging, especially if they are sports or religion related events that are having thousands of people attending or participating. How the hell is one gonna get model release for all that. There are sponsor logos, police to take... More
  • Protest and Rally Photos

    by Shootalot | 31st of August, 2007

    Living in Washington D.C. gives me the opportunity to attend many protests most notably the protest against immigration laws enacted to deport illegal aliens. So how does one take photos without requiring model releases from the crowd? The best way is to shoot from behind... More
  • Crowdfarming

    by Lindigo | 4th of August, 2007

    Researchers from MIT's School of Architecture and Planning have designed a crowd farm, that is to say a special floor that collects the energy from a walking crowd. It could be very useful in places like metro stations: A responsive sub-flooring system made up of blocks... More

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