Here are links to some interesting articles on professional photography.
The Inside Story of How Olympic Photographers Get Such Stunning Images article tells how the AP and Getty Images, two of the biggest photo agencies on the scene, get their incredible photos from the Olympics to the United States. Digital photography has completely changed the way the Olympics are shot: It is possible that in less than three minutes after a major sports event the processed photo is available on servers all over the world. It’s really important to get images out almost as quickly as you would see them on TV. Read the article to learn about technologies and processes they use. The key technologies are Canon and Nikon cameras that shoot high quality JPEGs that are transported from camera to editing office through Ethernet cable.
Another photography related article is All of Art & Science Has Culminated in Kate Upton’s Zero-G Bikini Shoot, that tells that Sports Illustrated had idea to shoot supermodel Kate Upton in Zero Gravity Corporation flight to model new bikini for Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2014 issue. Science and art of photography meets as ZERO-G passengers experience weightlessness as pilots flying the company’s modified Boeing 727 fly in parabolic arcs. There are videos on photo shoot available at All of Art & Science Has Culminated in Kate Upton’s Zero-G Bikini Shoot and Kate Upton Goes Zero-G for Sports Illustrated’s 2014 Swimsuit Issue articles. Upton isn’t the only celebrity to fly in ZERO-G’s unique brand of weightlessness: Check also Fun in Zero-G: Weightless Photos from Earth and Space gallery for more zero gravity shots.