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July 2016 | Issue no. 27 | by mark shaiken Since the beginning of time, humans have longed to fly.  The airborne athlete flies – plain and simple – at least for a short period.

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June 2016 | Issue no. 26 | by mark shaiken This month, do :: or :: diso starts a two-month look at some different perspectives – first, a look from behind

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May 2016 | Issue no. 25 | by mark shaiken

“Boxing is the only sport you can get your brain shook, your money took and your name in the undertaker book.” Joe Frazier.   Continue Reading →

March 2016 | Issue no. 23 | by mark shaiken

In the January 7, 2016 episode of the NBC hit series – The Blacklist – the main character, Raymond Reddington, said “pictures never tell the whole story.” Continue Reading →

December 2015 | Issue no. 20 | by mark shaiken

The first three issues of do :: or :: diso focused on the separation of the subject of the photograph from the background with light: either with flash on the subject or in post, to make the subject pop.  Backgrounds play such an integral role Continue Reading →

October 2015 | Issue no. 18 | by mark shaiken “Take care of your body. It’s the only place you have to live.” Jim Rohn. Ellie In athletics, the body is the vehicle to perform, compete, excel, exceed expectations, and eventually win.  What better way to explore physique than to focus on the athletes whose sport is to develop and display physique. In do :: or :: diso Issue No. 7 (October 2014) we explored how to photograph muscles. Cross lighting from above. A year later, do :: or :: diso returns to muscles, using the cross lighting technique to focus a bit more …

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