Herrmann + Starke - Failure Is Not An Option
The team of Herrmann + Starke creates perfect moments instead of waiting for them to happen
"Around November of 1993, I had this nightmare that we hadn't gone digital, that we had listened to our clients, and our careers were just trashed because we had missed the boat,” says digital photographer Judy Herrmann. As her faithful clients now attest, Herrmann didn't miss the boat—in fact, she was early.
Lois Greenfield - State Of Grace
Combining photography and dance, Lois Greenfield reveals the elusive beauty of movement
The photography of Lois Greenfield is an exploration of time as well as stunning images of dance. Performers frozen in space preserve a moment, and lead the viewer to ponder the moments before and after the fraction of a second captured by her camera. Greenfield's work inspires us to reevaluate how we see the world, and movement, in particular.
William Neill - Intimate Nature
World-renowned fine-art nature photographer William Neill has found a fresh direction, thanks to a new digital camera
When you talk to William Neill about what he's doing these days, you sense renewed energy in his voice. The photographer, who in many ways picked up the torch from Ansel Adams and has made the environs around Yosemite Valley his base camp, is doing things a little differently today. The grand landscape images for which he has become famous were largely created with a 4x5 view camera. For some of his recent work, Neill has been setting aside his 4x5 in favor of a digital SLR. Although he has been only recently shooting with the digital SLR, Neill has been considering digital for a long time.