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Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Thirty Years of BAD Pictures

Photographer Bruce Dale’s work is familiar to many OP and National Geographic readers. For 30 years he’s been making “BAD” pictures (Bruce Albert Dale) for the Geographic, and now he’s compiled some of his favorites into a nine-minute video slideshow at Vimeo.com. It’s worth watching both for the beautiful photographs as well as for Dale’s insightful comments about his photography. He’s got more great videos on Vimeo as well, or you can cut to the chase and visit his own web site to see exactly what he’s been up to. While you’re there, check out his great tutorials—like an in-depth explanation of how he makes perfect stitched panorama photographs.




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