Joshua Marshall

68 Flips | 1 Magazine | 52 Likes | 14 Following | 11 Followers | @ExperiencedTTL | Traditional film photographer of many years.

I Quit My Job and Spent 3 Years Visiting 60 Countries with My Camera

Sometime during 2010, I began dreaming of quitting my job and traveling around Asia for a year before returning to the work force. I had graduated …

Walking Photographer

Project info<p>Like the Haiku, I think that Street Photography needs no explanation.<p>Just like these Japanese poems are composed by very few words. Also street photography is often most effective when it builds on a few human or graphic elements.<p>The street photographer draws from reality to create …

Street Photography

Interview: Photographer Quintin Lake on Walking 10,000km Around British Coast

Quintin Lake is a fine art and architectural photographer based in Cheltenham, England. He has been working on an ambitious photo project titled <i>The</i> …

This is a Rooftopping Photographer From the 1920s

Rooftopping photographers have gotten a lot of attention and notoriety in recent days for climbing to extremely high points in cities and shooting …

Photography

Freelance in Afghanistan — The Blink Interview - Photographs by Andrew Quilty | LensCulture

<i>Award-winning photojournalist Andrew Quilty’s career has shifted dramatically as major marketplace dirsuptions have affected the media industry. In a short period of time, he’s transitioned from being staff photographer at a major paper in Australia to a freelance photojournalist on his own in</i> …

Time I

Thousands Rally in Mexico City to Protest the Murder of a Photojournalist

Several thousand people attended a rally in Mexico City yesterday to denounce the killing of a Mexican photojournalist over the weekend.<p>The bound and …

How Nikon Film SLRs Were Made in the 1990s

Want to see how Nikon SLR cameras were made two decades ago? Back in 1998, the Japanese TV show “The Making” — an international predecessor of <i>How</i> …

10 Winning Shots from the 2015 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

After receiving nearly 18,000 photo submissions, <i>National Geographic Traveler</i> magazine has selected the winning shots for this year’s Traveler Photo …

Costa Rica

Watch These Crazy Photographers Shoot Drift Racing from Up Close

If you thought photographing a NASCAR race from up close was wild, check out this video. Captured by photographer Marcel Langer at Gatebil Rudskogen, …

Learn From the Masters: Lesson #3 Don’t Shoot From the Hip

“I never shoot without using the viewfinder.” – Garry Winogrand<p>Another common mistake that aspiring street photographers make is that they try to …

Street Photography

Learn From the Masters: Lesson #4 Don’t Crop

“If you start cutting or cropping a good photograph, it means death to the geometrically correct interplay of proportions. Besides, it very rarely …

Street Photography

Learn From the Masters: Lesson #5 Emotionally Detach Yourself From Your Photos

“Sometimes photographers mistake emotion for what makes a great street photograph.”<br>– <b>Garry Winogrand</b><p>Imagine this situation: it is a cold and rainy …

Learn From the Masters: Lesson #6 Provoke Your Subjects

“Rather than catching people unaware, they show the face they want to show. Unposed, caught unaware, they might reveal ambiguous expressions, brows …

Learn From the Masters: Lesson #7 Don’t Be a Slave to Your Camera

“You are not supposed to be a slave of mechanical tools, they are supposed to help you and be as small and unimportant as possible not to disturb the …

Street Photography

Magnificent Photos that Capture the Vivid Colors of the Northern Lights

Whilst in the midst of winter, and while going through the bitter storms and wet snowy streets, it is easy to overlook that winter can also bring …

China’s Fast Food Dreams and the Homeless - Photographs and text by Sabrina Merolla | LensCulture

There are plenty of well-known foreign fast food franchises in every Chinese mega-city: McDonalds, KFC, and Burger King all arrived in the late ’90s and their restaurants bloomed everywhere.<p>Only thirty years ago McDonald’s was almost unknown in Mainland China. But then market socialism started up a …

Mega Cities

How to Officially Register Your Photographs with the US Copyright Office

When your finger presses down on a camera’s shutter button and captures a photograph, that photo is instantly copyrighted with you as the rightful …

Personal Information

Shadows of the Gullah Geechee - Photographs and text by Pete Marovich | LensCulture

The Gullah Geechee people are direct descendants of enslaved Africans who were brought to America from West Africa.<p>When slavery was abolished in 1863, many plantation owners abandoned their property. The Gullah Geechee people of the Sea Islands settled, as freemen, onto the lands they had once …

National Trust

How To Master Indoor Photography With Natural Light

Whether you’re a street, portrait, still life, raccoon, or landscape photographer you’ll undoubtedly benefit from practicing indoors from time to …

Landscape Photography

How Photographers Change People’s Views on War

Here’s a 3.5-minute video by Seeker Stories that explores how photography has affected the way people feel about wars over the past couple of …

When Hot Lava Meets the Pacific Ocean

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Renowned Photojournalist Steve McCurry Recounts His Experience Photographing 9/11

On September 11th, 2001, photojournalist Steve McCurry found himself in his hometown of New York City when chaos started unfolding around him. Of …

19 Incredible Photos From New York City's 17-Year-Old 'Outlaw Instagrammer'

The teen, recently profiled in New York Magazine by Adrian Chen, is what Chen calls an "outlaw Instagrammer," a kid who explores the forbidden, dangerous heights of Manhattan without abandon, snapping photos along the way.<p>Deas, with nearly 30,000 followers on Instagram, climbs bridges, scales …

Scary/Amazing Cockpit Photograph Shows You What It’s Like to Fly with the Blue Angels

Ever wonder what it’s like to fly with the Blue Angels? Well, this photograph, taken from inside one of the planes during the Blue Angles’ practice …

Embarrassed to Photograph Ferguson

I’ve spent the past week down in Ferguson, MO covering the protests and police response. What I never expect was to find myself embarrassed to …

Social media pushes back at militant propaganda

BEIRUT (AP) — The extremists of the Islamic State group have turned their social media into a theater of horror, broadcasting a stomach-turning …

Screw the Sharks: 14 Surf Photos That Inspire Us to Hang Ten

© Dylan Lucas Gordon / Aurora Photos / Offset<p>Watching the movie <i>Jaws</i> repeatedly as a kid ruined my chances of ever becoming a surfer but that doesn’t …