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FrameworkNot many people who aren't musicians can say they’ve been within a few feet of Los Angeles Philharmonic’s music director Gustavo Dudamel while he’s conducting a symphony. Over the last four years, Los Angeles Times staff photographer...
Welcome to the Chicago Tribune Photography app's latest issue, Feast of Photography. There’s a recipe for great food photography. It’s not a secret recipe, but pulling it off can be challenging. The main ingredients are dynamic composition,...
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Alicia Johnson, 47, of Naperville owns Alicia's Photography and Flirty Martini boudoir photography studios. When did you open your business? We started our business in 1995 from our home studio and then opened a Naperville studio in 2010. What...
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Nick Souza doesn't remember developing the film of what he considers his most noteworthy front-page photo. He doesn't even recall printing the image. What he does remember is "standing on a giant ladder in the middle of Broadway" to photograph co-...
Alison Wright got her first camera at age 10, a Kodak Instamatic. Then she learned there was such a thing as a photojournalist, a person who traveled the world taking pictures. So that was that. She had a career – a career that would eventually...
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Not many people who aren't musicians can say they’ve been within a few feet of Los Angeles Philharmonic’s music director Gustavo Dudamel while he’s conducting a symphony. Over the last four years, Los Angeles Times staff photographer...
Tags: Music Industry, Arts, Arts and Culture, Music, Entertainment
Photographer Larry Colby was browsing a street market last November in Cartagena, Colombia, when he spotted an elderly tourist wearing a cowboy hat and a canary-yellow shirt. The man, presumably bored, would toss up his hat with a neat flick and catch...
Janet Malcolm is not an art critic or a literary critic. She's a journalist, and I don't say that with condescension. She's a journalist the way Joan Didion is — the kind who recognizes, as she put it in the first sentence of "The Journalist and the...
FrameworkFollowing the Nov. 2, 1989 closure of the Los Angeles Herald Examiner, the newspaper morgue that included 2.2 million photographs was donated to the Los Angeles Public Library....
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersWho doesn't love a cucumber? Picklers, slicers, green or yellow, smooth or bumpy, thin- or thick-skinned, chubby Kirbys, little cornichons, English, Japanese, Persian. Good thing then that with the impending heat comes cucumber season. They peak with...
Tags: Chives, Honey, Ice Cream, Cilantro, Lifestyle and Leisure
Kelly Amonte Hiller is halfway through her pregame speech. She is in a locker room on the ground floor of Notre Dame's Joyce Center, about 90 minutes before her Northwestern women's lacrosse team will play the Irish. She already has made her strategic...
When he was looking for photographers to feature in Snap! Orlando exhibits, Patrick Kahn came across the work of Vicki DaSilva. Some were calling her work "light graffiti" because the Pennsylvania-based artist would photograph a scene by shooting at...
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