After plenty of research and a few experiments, I have put together my first “real” time-lapse video. I recently purchased a wireless intervalometer and have been experimenting with some time-lapse photography! I call it the “first real time-lapse” because I discovered in my research that I was not compiling the exposures properly in previous videos! What you will see in this very brief article are five videos. Three of them of time are actual time-lapse videos, one video is a […]
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By now, I hope I have established that I’m thoroughly enamored with our world’s biggest (and not so big) metropolises. I am crazy about them. Cities are like people. They have personalities, attitudes, cultures, and a way of life that differs from others — just like people. Chicago has an essence and personality that is dissimilar to Cape Town’s, or Mumbai’s, or Perth’s. The common reality of the populace of Rome is not necessarily shared with the realities of people […]
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TIA International Photography would like to use this article as a special opportunity to promote two partners who have been integral to promoting TIA in the last year. The first partner is Kirk DeMatas, the author of “Wordspeak” (2008) and, more recently, “Conversations with Skeletons” (2012). TIA provided some photography for “Wordspeak”, and was hired exclusively to do the photography for “Conversations with Skeletons”. In 2013, The Seattle Grind, an independently owned coffee shop in Seattle, has been showcasing framed […]
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Ladies and Gentlemen, after being on hiatus for almost four months, TIA International Photography is very pleased to continue the Feature Photographer series! We are going to resume the interview series with a photographer who, I believe, has an incredible talent for showcasing the enchanting mystique of San Francisco and the Bay Area. Ever since I first viewed Toby Harriman’s remarkable images of this undeniably beautiful region of the American West Coast, I have been quite intrigued to see what […]
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TIA International Photography would like to take a moment to share a promo video from a very good friend, Canadian author Kirk DeMatas, regarding the upcoming published release of his 2nd compilation of profound poetry, “Conversations with Skeletons.”
TIA traveled on assignment to Toronto last September to conduct the photo shoot with Kirk and mutual friends. You will see a sample of some of that photography here. (These images are quite different from what you’re used to seeing, which makes Kirk’s project all that more intriguing)!
Kirk’s book will premiere this fall! Stayed tuned for more information!
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