Can you imagine somebody coining a method after you? It’s called “The Brenizer Method” and we’re going to learn from the talented photojournalist turned wedding photojournalist. From taking photos of everyone from Muhammad Ali to President Obama, Ryan Brenizer teaches us the importance of capturing a great story. Brenizer puts it best, “Photography has filled […]
This is a profile of renowned photographer, Platon. His photos have captured the souls of the average person on the street and many of our infamous world leaders. Platon’s fearless portraits capture the souls of world leaders and ordinary people. Journey into his process in a session with Gen. Colin Powell.
He’s known. He’s young. And he’s talented. Known? He’s already featured in museums across seas. Talented? His self-portraits are nothing short of extraordinary. Young? All of this at the budding age of 18. Being featured on numerous big-named blogs throughout the industry, he’s already making quite the splash in the photography world. Alex Stoddard was […]
Peter Lindbergh was the only German in the select group of photographers who have found international acclaim in the worlds of fashion and advertising. His black and white photographs are highly distinctive. His snapshot of models in white shirts was named the best photograph of the 1990s by Vogue magazine. But few people know who […]
Drawing on the BBC’s rich archive, this documentary reveals the working practices, lives and opinions of some of the greatest photographers since the 1950s. From Norman Parkinson to David Bailey, Eve Arnold to Jane Bown, Henri Cartier-Bresson to Martin Parr, for decades the BBC has drawn our attention to the creators of what has become […]
Jeremy Cowart is a powerful name and a trailblazer in the photography industry. But it’s not just his photographs that are creating a craze; it’s his art, his nature, his philanthropic platforms, his talent and his unbelievable like-ability. Besides the fact that his viewfinder has seen the likes of many major celebrities from Nashville to Los Angeles, he balances his passions with other arts, his family, and giving back.
Rivers and Tides is a 2001 documentary film directed by Thomas Riedelsheimer about the British artist Andy Goldsworthy, who creates intricate and ephemeral sculptures from natural materials such as rocks, leaves, flowers, and icicles.The music was composed and performed by Fred Frith and was released on a soundtrack, Rivers and Tides.
Erik Almas is an Editorial, Fashion, Advertising and Fine Art Photography. This interview is about Erik’s journey and experience in photography business. Erik Almas, originally from Norway has made San Francisco his home. He is shooting constantly, traveling around the world for clients such as Toyota, Puma, Nike, Hyatt, USPS, Citibank and Amtrak.
Matt and Kriss take a short train ride from Delhi to Agra. Their first stop is Sheroes’ Hangout, a café that supports the campaign to stop acid attacks. Here, Matt spends some time with the remarkable women who run the café and reminds us how travel photography can help support important causes.
She’s sweet, kind, youthful and talented. And we were completely blown away that this young lady produces images that are opposite of her personality; images that she described as “dark art”. Brooke Shaden is an internationally known photographer that even in her early 20’s, teaches photographers all over the world.
In part one, Matt and Kriss explore the streets of Delhi and meet with local photographer, and ZEISS and Profoto ambassador Sundeep Bali. A walking tour of Old Delhi provides ample opportunity for Matt to test out his Sony A7 III and concludes with a visit to the Salaam Baalak Trust DMRC Children Home. This first part of the trip is rounded off with a visit to the world’s tallest brick minaret, the Qutub Minar, and the chance to photograph some long-exposures as the light fades over the India Gate war memorial.