So much blue, so little time. It’s not red, but I can hang with any fan base that slathers itself in primary color for my own benefit. I spent a little time the last couple weeks helping out the team photographer, Mr. Audette (he’ll enjoy the fact I called him Mr.), with fan shots during […]
Just got featured on The Image, Deconstructed, which is a wonderful new platform run by Ross Taylor that breaks down a photograph and the thought process into making that single image. There has been some wonderful talent featured as of late, so I’m in great company. Check it. Here.
Assignment: go on tour with realtor and reporter to homes left abandoned in North Port, FL. If anything had “oh-no” written all over it, that did. I’ve been on the “tour-with-realtor” assignments a million times before, not getting into any house, struggling to make pictures at 65 mph. However, the realtor, Shannon Moore, saved […]
Got asked to do a little guest blog post for Scott Kelby’s Photoshop Insider blog…check it out! Here.
Categories: in print, news, photojournalism industry, promo, shout outs • Tags: Chip Litherland, color, freelance, personal vision, photojournalism, photoshop insider, print is dead and/or dying, scott kelby, staff photographer
It’s the same for every one of us. You finally check into a random hotel, cart all your belongings up an elevator, down a hallway, and end up at a numbered door. The door entry card never works the first time, but then you get it to open, push open the heaviest door you’ve […]
At first glance the photo is history. This is the moment in time that will forever be remembered. For what most of what America saw in print, the images were completely false. By now, most have heard the photo of POTUS announcing that Osama bin Laden had been killed was a re-enactment. Still shooters […]
Categories: photojournalism industry, photos, politics, The New York Times • Tags: Chip Litherland, ethics, Flickr, Obama, osama bin laden, photojouralism, photoshop, potus, re-enactments, white house