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July 18th, 2013

Five Final Favorite Photos From Namibia

Posted By Ian Plant
"The Red Planet" - Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namibia
(© Ian Plant) Over the past few weeks I’ve shared a number of my favorite images from my trip to Namibia (in several posts including Photography, Copyright, and the Internet; Dynamic Spacing; Kolmanskop Ghost Town; and Quiver Tree Forest). For this post, I’ve decided to present my final five unshared photos. If you are interested in …
July 3rd, 2013

Photography, Copyright, and the Internet

Posted By Ian Plant
(c) Ian Plant
(© Ian Plant) Every few weeks I get an email, Facebook note, or frenzied phone call informing me that some nefarious nogoodnik on the Internet has stolen one or more of my photographs. I’m sure many of you have also experienced Internet image theft at some point during the past few years. The questions that …
June 26th, 2013

Dynamic Spacing: Three Examples from Namibia

Posted By Ian Plant
"Flamingo Flamenco" - Dorob National Park, Namibia
(© Ian Plant) Georges Seurat was an incredibly talented Post-Impressionist painter, one of the great masters of the art. His famous quote, “Art is harmony,” contains an important truth: the goal of any composition is to create balance and harmony. But let’s step back for a moment of definition: by balance I don’t mean pure …