Elizabeth Groeschen

Elizabeth Groeschen

Liz Groeschen is a photographer, multi-disciplinary artist, and nacho connoisseur originally from Kentucky. Although she currently resides in Brooklyn, her heart remains in Seoul, where she lived, struck her first book deal, and participated in her first photography exhibitions. She’s not internationally known (yet) but has been known to rock the microphone in more than one singing room around the world. Her work can be seen at www.lizgroeschen.com.

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If you don’t have a pocket-sized camera that can change lenses and offer abundantly more capabilities than your iPhone, or you’re already an Olympus PEN believer, you’re going to want to check out the upgraded Olympus PEN E-PL9. While many of the technical specs haven’t changed between the E-PL8 and E-PL9, enough has been added to make this camera worth the upgrade. The biggest change, especially...
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Before spending a week attending Krista Rossow’s “The New World of Travel Photography” class at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, I was guilty of more than one bad habit. After living and backpacking throughout Southeast Asia for most of the past ten years, I became...
2 years ago
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Confession: I am a bag lady. I have a closet full of them. It’s not uncommon for me to roll into work with at least one for each arm as I schlep photography gear back and forth between Brooklyn and Manhattan daily. When I’m not traveling between boroughs, I’m traveling between states for work, and when I’m lucky, sneaking out of the country for pleasure. While the space and weight-defying magical...
2 years ago
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Whether you’re exploring an artistic side hustle or pitching a creative startup to potential investors, selling your handmade goods, photography prints, or vintage finds online has never been easier. From smartphones to professional DSLR cameras, today’s makers and sellers often rely on both to communicate their products and brand to the online market. Regardless of what kind of camera you use, a...
2 years ago
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I’m fairly certain that if Peak Design’s founder, Peter Dering, and I met in a bar or a hostel while traveling, we would most certainly get along. Because I, too, have learned on my own trip around the world that “carrying a DSLR camera is a pain” in the keister. Although I’m currently grounded in New York City, my “every day” can involve anything from several hours in the office, a photography...
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Photo booths are fun. Photo booths at parties are extra fun. Whether you’re stepping back in time to sit in a vintage “two-seater” with someone you love or standing in front of a sparkly backdrop with several friends at a wedding reception, chances are you’ve enjoyed the printed results—so much so that you’ve decided to make your own photo booth for your upcoming holiday party or your own wedding...
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Whether you are looking for new accessories to make your life easier or are in need of an innovative gift for a friend who thinks they already own everything, here are ten accessories that are worth making room for, in any photographer’s bag or desktop. 1. Sekonic C-700R SpectroMaster Color Meter with Wireless Flash Triggering The...
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You’re bundled up under appropriate layers, complete with warm, waterproof boots, fingerless mittens, and disposable hand warmers for added comfort. Spare batteries are...
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Lowepro is aiming for outdoor adventurers and frequent flyers with its release of the Flipside Trek Backpacks and the PhotoStream RL 150 Rolling Case. Starting off with the Flipside Trek series, we have three different sizes for a...
3 years ago
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So you finally got your first smartphone? Your aunt got you a selfie stick for your birthday? You want to take a selfie that doesn’t scream SELFIE? Whatever your reasons may be, follow along for a few tips on how to keep your selfie game strong:   1. Use the Rear-Facing Camera for a Higher-Resolution Image Brazilian born, Brooklyn-based photographer and blogger ...
3 years ago
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Much like I wish I were the kind of traveler who only packed one bag, I wish I were the kind of photographer who only used one camera. Instead, I always have two or three bags and two or three cameras. Despite my best intentions, I can’t seem to go on a trip with just one of each. Even if I wear the same outfit or shoot with the same camera for three days straight—both of which have been known to...
3 years ago
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Whether you’re in the studio, shooting landscapes in the country, or photographing an event, chances are you’ve been looking forward to the highly anticipated EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR Camera. The Mark IV offers a slew of upgrades,...
3 years ago
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Conserve power without sacrificing quality with the Anova Pro BI-S LED Light, a Bi-Color LED fixture that runs on 94% less power than a tungsten light of similar brightness. This Rotolight fixture...
3 years ago
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Set up a modular lighting system for your studio or location productions. Digital Sputnik has designed an effective system that includes the one-light modular system, three-light modular system, and the six-light modular system, complete with softboxes and grids for added flexibility when shooting. A...
3 years ago
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I have lost count of how many cameras and lenses have been unintentionally dropped or damaged while traveling in a foreign country. In France, a friend accidentally dropped my 35mm point-and-shoot in the English Channel. In Laos, I thought it was a good idea to take pictures in the middle of a tubing trip down the Nam Song River. In Korea, I became a regular at the Nikon service and repair center...
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