Interviews

 

7 Questions: Douglas Ljungkvist On Ocean Beach, Hurricane Sandy, and Publishing Photobooks

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Douglas Ljungkvist is a Brooklyn based fine art photographer originally from Sweden. His personal work explores vernacular beauty that is graphic, colorful, and quiet. Mood and atmosphere are important aspects to the work that often have subtexts of time, memory and identity. Formally, he is interested in the study of color, form, and space. Read more…

7 Questions: Frank Machalowski On ‘Monsters,’ His Eerie Long Exposure Photos of Crowds

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Frank Machalowski is an award-winning German photographer, who lives and work in Berlin. After studying economic studies in Berlin and applying himself to various trades he works today as a freelance photographer and artist. Read more…

On Location: Paul Barshon in Spain for Identity and Aston Martin (With Q&A)

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If you’re not familiar with Paul Barshon, you should be. He’s one of the top automotive photographers (and an occasional contributor to PhotoPolitic) in the world and spends his time flying to exotic locales creating breathtaking images of incredibly rare automobiles — how’s that for an enviable job description? Read more…

external Astronomical beauty: How one photographer pulls heaven down to earth for the rest of us to see —Imaging Resource

Talented astrophotographer Rogelio Bernal Andreo explores gear, talks technique and offers advice in this fantastic interview with Imaging Resource

 
Aug 08, 2014 · ∞ Permalink · No Comments »

external Interview With Renowned Photographer Ami Vitale —Z Photo Journal

[...] My advice to those who dream about this is to find a story close to you – maybe even in your backyard – and make it yours! You don’t need to travel abroad. What you do need to do, however, is tell a story better than anyone else can, using your own unique perspective. If you find your own story and show complete and utter dedication, then you will find a way to carve out a career.

 
Aug 07, 2014 · ∞ Permalink · No Comments »

Photographer Sheds a Beautiful New Light on Famous Landmarks with Gorgeous Infrared Images

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How do you put a fresh spin on landmarks that have been photographed ad nauseam? Well, great composition and an understanding of light certainly helps, but if you’re photographer Kaitlin Kelly, you also add infrared photography into the mix and take the photos to a whole new level. Read more…

external Looking for the Enduring Photo in Gaza —NY Times

Tyler Hicks, a New York Times staff photographer, covered Gaza during the first two weeks of the current conflict. He spoke about that experience in a phone interview with James Estrin.

 
Aug 05, 2014 · ∞ Permalink · No Comments »

external Marco del Pra’: Documenting a Village Before it Dissapears —Leica Camera Blog

A compassionate photographer creates a compelling scroll-documentary that captures the humanity of a small town and exposes the hypocrisy of Germany’s vaunted energy transformation.

 
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external Amy Toensing On Hunger In America: Iowa’s Breadbasket —National Geographic

In an interview, photographer Amy Toensing describes covering the cruel irony of food insecurity happening in the epicenter of agricultural surplus in America, and also the social issues associated with poverty.

 
Jul 24, 2014 · ∞ Permalink · No Comments »

external Photog David Fleetham On Capturing Sharks. With A Wide-Angle. —Digital Trends

sharkPhotographer David Fleetham brings us daring closeups of the terrifying sea creatures we know as sharks. He explains how in this interview.

 
Jul 22, 2014 · ∞ Permalink · No Comments »