Posts Tagged ‘Photography’

Photography friar points to Christ

Monday, November 12th, 2018

Father Lawrence Lew is a Dominican friar who has been dedicated to photography for many years. His photos have not only been featured in several international newspapers and magazines, but they have also helped many people meet Christ on their journey of faith. First steps in photography Lawrence was born into a Protestant family in Read more

Catholic church considers banning photographing of children

Tuesday, June 9th, 2015

The New Zealand Catholic Church has announced it is considering introducing guidelines to control the filming and photographing of children on church grounds. Similar guidelines already exist overseas. In Ireland there is a total ban on all photographs during religious services in the Dublin archdiocese, including weddings, first communions, confirmations and baptisms. Other churches in Read more

Photographer’s focus on peace

Tuesday, September 16th, 2014

Celebrities, gang members, homeless people and religious leaders have equal importance in artist Stuart Robertson’s global work Peace in 10,000 Hands. His vision is to create a lasting conversation about peace by photographing a white rose in the hands of 10,000 people from all over the world. The photographs will eventually become part of an Read more

Super telephoto lens tested to get shot of new pope

Wednesday, March 13th, 2013

As preparations for the Conclave heat up inside the Vatican, media too continue to search for the story angle and ‘the’ picture. A day before the beginning of the conclave at the Vatican March 11, Reuters¬†photographer Dylan Martinez tested a 1200-1700mm super-telephoto zoom lens, that lets photographers take detailed ‘up close’ photos some 130 metres Read more