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Please Allow Me to Introduce Myself

Brian Malow in the Daily Planet

Hello! Come in! Have a seat by the fire. Ooh, not so close! That’s better. Let me tell you a bit about myself… Unlike many of the bloggers here, I am not a doctor.  I sometimes say I play one in the broken dreams of my parents. And people laugh, although it isn’t a joke. [...]

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Compound Eye

An interview with Bug Dreams’ Rick Lieder

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In an age where insect photographers seem engaged in an arms race to produce the sharpest, most detailed, and most magnified images, Rick Lieder of Bug Dreams stands against the crowd as a uniquely impressionistic artist. His masterful use of natural light and composition makes his work instantly recognizable, and I’ve been dying to talk [...]

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Compound Eye

Meet Your Neighbours: Clay Bolt Talks About His Conservation Photography Initiative

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If you’ve noticed a recent influx of the cleanest, whitest, prettiest nature portraits ever to grace the internet, you’ve probably seen the work of Meet Your Neighbours. MYN is an upstart program that unites photographers with local conservation groups. The project, co-founded by Niall Benvie and Clay Bolt and now including dozens of partners, generates [...]

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Compound Eye

Interview: Photographer Jim Reed on Hurricane Irene and Storm Chasing

Over the next few days Hurricane Irene will unleash a watery fury on the U.S. east coast. In turn, the media will unleash a torrent of images depicting Irene’s impact. Some of the most memorable photographs will be taken by this man: I caught up with weather photographer Jim Reed this morning as he was [...]

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Using Videos to Promote a Science Themed Book

Video is everywhere, and it turns out that the book publishing industry and authors know to get readers, they simply must have a video of some sort out there! There are several different ways to promote a science book on video. One way is to put up a talk given on the topic of the [...]

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