the photography of meg daniels

Meg specializes in the unrehearsed moments in life; the single-frame-split-second-eye-catching-idiosyncratic-impressionable-figurative moments that we easily overlook. Her galleries contain pivotal moments that will never occur again. She invites you to take a peek and afterward, you might see the world a bit differently while driving home.

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Interesting post from aphotoeditor.com

By analog standards, today’s Olympic photo agencies are plowing through nearly 28,000 rolls apiece


By A Photo Editor on Feb 18, 2014 08:16 am


The second a photographer fires the shutter on a camera, the resulting image—a high quality JPEG, not RAW—is transported by ethernet to Getty’s central editing office in about 1.5 seconds. There, a team of three editors processes the photo. The first selects the best image and crops it for composition; the second editor color corrects; and the third adds metadata. The whole editing process is done in 30-40 seconds. Once the last editor is done, the image is blasted to the world. It takes about 90 seconds for the images to travel over redundant 100 Mbit/s dedicated lines to Getty’s data servers in the the United States.

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The Color Run Sues Photog for Demanding Payment for Widely Distributed Photo

What do you think about this lawsuit?

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ESPN Technique: John Huet and David Nadeau | A Photo Editor

Awesome ESPN animations article. Photos are great!

Creative Director, Print and Digital Media: John Korpics
Senior Director, Photography: Karen Frank
Senior Art Director: Chin Wang
Senior Deputy Photo Editor: Nancy Weisman
Photo Editor: Nick Galac
Photographer: John Huet
Retouching: David Nadeau

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The Reality Behind Instagram Feeds

Great, hilarious read! A guy pokes fun at himself and the actualities behind what/why people REALLY took those photos for Instagram.

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Des Moines, IA ice skating

My first crude video can be viewed on Vimeo. The music was written and played by Matt Daniels. Any and all feedback is welcomed!

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The First Photo Won a Prize; The Second Made a Controversy Explode

What do YOU think?

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Permalink One of our AI students, Cammel Hurse, shot this fashion show in Raleigh. Really nice work Cammel!

cammels-photography:

Just Got back from raleigh, photographing a fashion show.
Fashion Spark 2013 was amazing, the models, designers and everyone else who helped out did a great job.
#Cammelphotography#ArtinstituteofRaleighDurham#Sparkcon

Awesome #fashion shoot!
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