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Lena Dunham–More than Just a “Girl”

By Matthew Bamberg / Jan 11, 2014

What would you say in 2010 if you were asked if Lena Dunham would be big star? My bet is, not likely. At the time she had just finished making her movie Tiny Furniture.Back then Matthew Bamberg was researching the future of photography for his book, New Image Frontiers: Defining the Future of Photography. At […]

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San Francisco Sunset Cruise on the Red and White Fleet Review

By Matthew Bamberg / Jul 16, 2013

Cruising on San Francisco Bay certainly isn’t a tropical endeavor. The wind-whipped inlet offers marvelous views on a cold sea, so cold, in fact, that shivering is the norm since the boat leaves the pier as the fog comes pouring in. Foggy weather is typical San Francisco summer fare, as Mark Twain put it, “The […]

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Inside Drac’s Castle

By Matthew Bamberg / Jul 13, 2013

Inside Dracula’s Castle You can’t go to Transylvania without seeing Bran Castle, or Dracula’s Castle, the number one tourist destination in the Eastern European country of Romania. Dracula’s story is based on the notoriously cruel Vlad the Impaler, a menacing personality who terrorized 15th Century Romania. He saw crimes in terms of any actions that […]

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Portraits with Closed Eyes

By Matthew Bamberg / Jul 10, 2013

Catching a person whose eyes are closed can lead to a compelling shot. Don’t be so fast to dump your portraits because the subjects’ eyes are closed. Closed eyes can show bliss and satisfaction, as you can see from this women at a rally in Palm Springs, CA. In addition closed eyes can reveal arduous […]

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Fridays in Egypt Turn into Turmoil

By Matthew Bamberg / Jun 28, 2013

After the revolution, Fridays are troubled in Egypt The time after prayers on Friday is never calm in Egypt. Today was no exception, as tragedy unfolds in the country known for some of the most beautiful antiquities in the world. Sad news from Lower Egypt about someone who got shot in the port city of […]

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Sit in the Front of the Bus for the Best Photo Opportunity

By Matthew Bamberg / Jun 25, 2013

If you’re on a bus, sit in the first seat up-front to capture subjects straight-on. Want a good image from the best vantage point possible, an image that can be taken through a polarizing filter? Then sit in the first seat up-front on a bus (this image was taken from a Premira Plus bus in […]

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