Los Angeles Times photojournalist Barbara Davidson chronicles the overlooked journey of those affected by street violence, many of them innocent victims. The work culminated in her winning a Pulitzer Prize earlier this year.
By Kim Castleberry, Photography By Barbara Davidson
The world that Barbara Davidson has come to know is one that most people don't read, see or hear much about these days.
Caleb Charland’s physical manifestation of scientific curiosity is made of light and time
By William Sawalich, Photography By Caleb Charland
Caleb Charland's photographs—which are in no way the product of digital wizardry and entirely the product of a highly creative brain—are the consequence of a formative period in his life during which he was left unattended in a darkroom for extended periods of time.
Fashion and celebrity photographer Steve Vaccariello defies digital gloss to capture the person behind the persona
By David Willis, Photography By Steve Vaccariello
When pro New York- based photographer Steve Vaccariello is asked if there's something about photography that he finds specifically inspiring, he says that he's inspired as an artist not just by imagery, but by life and the beauty that he's able to see in the world.
From high-end leave-behinds to prototypes for a pitch to a big-time publisher, self-publishing your work is an ideal solution that’s within reach of any pro
by Jon Sienkiewicz
In the digital age, when putting up an online portfolio often requires only a few clicks, there's a tactile appeal of offering a physical book of your photos directly to clients and publishers.
Despite a news market flooded with photos from anyone with a cell phone, telling the story right matters most
by David Willis
In mid-April, the field of photojournalism lost two of its most important luminaries, Tim Hetherington, photographer and co-director of the Oscar®-nominated documentary Restrepo, and Chris Hondros, a 2004 Pulitzer Prize nominee for his work following the turbulent strife in Liberia.
Taking matters into your own hands can backfire, so don’t play the fool when enforcing your copyrights. In the Wild West world of the Internet, everything isn’t necessarily as cut-and-dried as it seems.
by Samuel Lewis
In this age of digital imaging, it's only a matter of time before anyone who distributes images, electronically or otherwise, will find his or her images used without consent and copyrights infringed.