Best Lenses for Architechtural Photography, Eye-catching Wooden Cameras, Fearless Beauty Project for Cancer Patients and More – planetOids – 2018-08-24

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Here are a few things we've found around the web that are cool. (Curated by Matthew Carew)

What are the best lenses for architectural photography? This article talks about this!

  • What Are the Best Lenses for Architectural Photography? (ArchDaily)

This photography project is aiming to erase some of the stigma around cancer. In this article, you will hear some inspiring stories about people who have survived cancer, and also learn about what inspired this project.

This photographer was 96 and still taking jaw-dropping photos. Do you have that type of commitment and love for photography? Comment below!

  • “Ninety-Six Years Old and at the Top of His Career”: The photography of “innate modernist” German Lorca (Newcity Brazil)

Have you ever wanted to be able to take those stunning star photographs that you see online or in publications? This workshop would be perfect for you!

  • Night Sky Photography Workshop, Stargazing at Red Mountain on Sept. 7 (North Forty News)

This photographer is going old school! He is making wooden cameras! Check out this super cool article!

  • Russian artist honors photography's roots with wooden cameras (Reuters)

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(cover photo credit: Tetyana Krukovets via Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty)

Matthew Carew

Matthew Carew is a 17-year-old aspiring filmmaker and photographer from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Although his professional career has yet to begin, he has amassed various awards and received recognition in both local and international film/photography festivals.

Some of his favorite photographic subjects include aerial photography, urban photography and landscape photography but also has a keen interest in all aspects of photography, as well as cinematography. Matthew shoots on a Nikon D5500 and a DJI Phantom 4 drone.

He dreams of being a film director one day and is currently working on getting into film school.

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