Jim Richardson: Master Of Meaningful Stories

For more than three decades, Jim Richardson has built a photographic legacy that he hopes will continue drawing attention to important issues for generations to come
By William Sawalich, Photography By Jim Richardson
Since 1984, Jim Richardson has been photographing for National Geographic, traveling the world and telling stories with his camera, largely based on the issues most important to him. He has studied the Celtic realm, light pollution, life in small-town America and many more subjects to which he believes he can…

Deanne Fitzmaurice: Master Of Photojournalism

News photography traditionally has been a “boy’s club,” but that hasn’t kept Deanne Fitzmaurice from a tremendous career, or from winning a Pulitzer
By Julia Aparicio, Photography By Deanne Fitzmaurice
When you see a large neon sign outside a brothel exclaiming “GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS” on the side of a road in the Nevada desert, it’s not a typical response to pull over for a photo op. Pulitzer Prize winner Deanne Fitzmaurice has never shied away from a controversial subject, and…

Brett Wilhelm: Forging His Own Path

After more than a decade working with a photographic legend, action-adventure photographer Brett Wilhelm goes solo to explore new opportunities, and the success is in the images
By Mark Edward Harris, Photography By Brett Wilhelm
Mentorships and apprenticeships can be powerful tools in forwarding a career. As Colorado-based Brett Wilhelm proves with his camera, when you’re under the tutelage of not only a master photographer and editor, but also an extremely successful businessman and educator, the results can be stunning. Wilhelm joined Rich Clarkson and…

Matt Armendariz: Taste Maker

Food photographer Matt Armendariz uses storytelling to guide his creative process and fill his portfolio with more than just pretty pictures
By William Sawalich, Photography By Matt Armendariz
Although he has built a portfolio filled with beautiful travel, architecture and lifestyle images, Matt Armendariz's first love is food. It's the thing that drew him to photography in the first place. A professional photographer for just five years, Armendariz has 25 years in the food business. He used to…

Jordan Matter: Dancing Among Us

Photographer Jordan Matter found inspiration in his young son’s play, and launched a new career
By David Schloss, Photography By Jordan Matter
When photographer Jordan Matter watched his three-year-old son Hudson playing with his toys, he didn't realize his life was about to change. Matter was watching him play with a toy bus, and that's when he had a creative epiphany. "[Hudson] had this level of enthusiasm for his fantasy life that…

Mark Edward Harris: Woodstock, Canadian Style

Still+motion meet to capture the rock ‘n’ roll essence of a live music event
Text & Photography By Mark Edward Harris
Shooting concerts is reminiscent of wildlife and sports photography. Long lenses, monopods, getting yourself into position for the decisive moment, and anticipating your subject's movements are all part of the game. To cover the city of Québec's Summer Festival or, as it's known in French, Le Festival d'été de Québec,…
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