Howard Stern Buys a Nikon D7000 at Adorama

Posted by on Monday February 21, 2011 | Celebrity, Fun

The self-proclaimed King of All Media Howard Stern has added another medium to his media arsenal: digital photography. Stern, who hosts a show on Sirius Satellite Radio, just tweeted thanks to “the good folks” at Adorama Camera in New York City for helping him purchase a Nikon D7000 digital SLR.

Contrary to what some Stern critics might say, the controversial radio host has good taste (at least when it comes to DSLRs). We named the D7000 camera of the year for 2010.

Happy shooting Howard and looking forward to seeing your pics! (As long as they’re not of your private parts!)




Natalie Brasington’s Breakthrough Portraits of Amy Schumer

Posted by on Wednesday December 7, 2016 | Celebrity, Fun

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How to Get Work As a Social Media Influencer? Hope the CEO’s Kid Likes You

Posted by on Friday May 13, 2016 | Celebrity, Media, Social Media/Web

A photo posted by Kim Kardashian West (@kimkardashian) on May 7, 2016 at 5:45pm PDT Digiday’s Shareen Pathak has published a revealing–though anonymous–interview with a social media executive about the business of finding and cultivating social media influencers to promote brands. (A subject we’ve tackled quite a bit — here and here.) Reading it, you’ll learn... More

National Gallery’s Use of Prince Portrait Infringes Copyright, Photog Claims

Posted by on Wednesday April 27, 2016 | Celebrity, Copyright/Legal

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