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Ian Mylam
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Pilot, Photographer, Traveller.
Pilot, Photographer, Traveller.

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This week in Bangalore, India
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Announcing Plus One Collection Volume III Fundraising Campaign

It's been a long journey, but we are fully focused on this now, and want to get the latest version of the #PlusOneCollectionIII book into your hands before Christmas. To help us get there, we created an Indiegogo crowdsourcing campaign that will provide us with the funds needed to publish the book. 

All the details are here - http://igg.me/at/plus-one-collection-iii/x/2020311

We also created a video explaining our project. You can find it here - Plus One Collection, Volume III 

We hope you can help up in two ways - first, contribute the funds for the book by picking one of the perks offered there. Second, please help us spread the word! Share the news here, share the news to your friends and family on other social networks and email. Share, share, share!

We set a goal to raise $30,000 in the next 30 days. We know it's a lofty one, but it will allow us to do two things - publish and ship the book to all campaign sponsors, and raise $5,000-10,000 for our charitable cause, Eliza O'Neill. 

The campaign is a fixed goal campaign, meaning, we do need to meet the goal of $30,000 before we receive any funds and can print the book. 

I know many of you who contributed photographs to the book want to know if your photo made it. We're still working on the selection, and will announce the list of contributing artists next week. Stay tuned! 

But in the meantime, we're happy to announce that the book publication process is back on track and with your help, let's make it happen and help Eliza!
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In a world in which cameras or at least camera-equipped phones are ubiquitous, in which travel has become cheaper and easier, in which no corner of the world seems undiscovered, in which everything seems to have been photographed and in which we are bombarded with dozens or even hundreds of images daily, it is very hard to find a new perspective on a familiar place – particularly a place as familiar and photographed as New York City. Snow visually transforms both the air it passes through and what it falls upon, and its presence in the air and the reflectance it brings to the ground also modifies the light illuminating a scene. It thus has the power to transform the familiar into something unfamiliar, interesting and magical. Which is why I was hoping for snowfall in New York... 

http://bit.ly/SnowFallInNYC

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Winter 2015 in New York City
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‘Big-Birthday’ Two-Speedlight Selfie….

With a “round-number” milestone birthday tomorrow, I thought I’d mark the occasion by turning the camera on myself.

Here's how I shot this: http://bit.ly/2SpeedSelfie 

#strobist #selfie #portrait — in Fyn, Denmark.
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Camping in the garden in August in Denmark with my seven-year-old son
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Thinking of signing up to +PhotoShelter? I use Photoshelter to power my photography portfolio website, act as an online archive of my images, handle online sales, high resolution file distribution, SEO and more. If you use the link below to sign up, both of get an account credit. Any questions about Photoshelter, just ask!
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