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Photographer's Spotlight: Philip-Lorca DiCorcia

By NYIP Staff on November 20th, 2008

Editor's Note: One of the great benefits of the Internet is that there is a tremendous amount of information about photographers now available on line. From Ansel Adams to Monte…

Picture of the Month Young Man with a Horn

By NYIP Staff on November 16th, 2008

Portrait skills are an important part of any professional photographer's bag of tricks, regardless of that individual's particular specialty. Perhaps not so much for wildlife or landscapes, though even a…

Picture of the Month Birds in Flight

By Jerry Rice on October 8th, 2008

Birds in flight have always been popular photographic subjects but present unique challenges. Of course, anything in motion can be difficult to capture with the camera, especially if the motion…

Picture of the Month Pelican

By NYIP Staff on June 12th, 2008

Photo by NYI Graduate Melissa Burns I have been reviewing NYI student photographs for nearly 23 years now, time enough, I'd say, to indicate that I know what I'm doing.…

Photographing the 2008 Presidential Election

By NYIP Staff on June 2nd, 2008

The following article was written by Chris Armold, an NYI student who called the school to let us know that he'd photographed several campaign rallies. Since the call came in…

Underwater Photography

By NYIP Staff on May 26th, 2008

If you're thinking about heading someplace warm this winter, or if you're lucky and the summer season is just starting where you live, why not dip your big toe into…

Seven Tips for Runway Photographers

By Ted Fisher on February 28th, 2008

Here are some tips on photographing fashion shows from NYI Student Advisors Ted Fisher and Rachel Neville. 1. Study the Field In discussing photographing fashion shows with Ben, we took…

Life at the End of the Runway

By Ted Fisher on February 1st, 2008

As an NYI Advisor, I receive a wide range of questions every day—everything from basic camera operation to the details of professional technique. Sometimes a very enjoyable thing happens: a…

How to Photograph Fall Color

By Chuck DeLaney on January 30th, 2008

In the wooded areas just north and west of New York City, the fall colors are already starting to show. A sure early indicator in this part of the country…

How to Take Great Photos of Holiday Lights

By NYIP Staff on December 15th, 2007

At this time of year, many of the world's cultures and religions celebrate holidays that involve lights. While the use of lights and candles is often explained in terms of…