MJ Kim: Shadow Of Light

MJ Kim’s rich black-and-white celebrity portraits are crafted to create timeless elegance
By Mark Edward Harris, Photography By MJ Kim
There are dream jobs, and then there are dream jobs. Seoul-born, Los Angeles-based MJ Kim has spent much of this year on tour with the legendary Paul McCartney as the former Beatle's personal photographer. Rather than resting on his laurels while he's home between tour dates, Kim heads to his…

On The Road With Ian Ruhter

Analog technology in the digital age: a mobile collodion darkroom and life-sized wet-plate camera
By David Willis, Photography By Ian Ruhter
Dating back to the 1850s, wet plate is also known as the collodion process, and a process it is, with single image exposures that require lengthy exposure times and a meticulous, demanding development and fixing process in a chemical darkroom. As time has become quite the luxury in the digital…

Miller Mobley: People With Character

Starting from homemade skateboarding and wakeboarding videos in his native Alabama, 20-something Miller Mobley, now living in New York, is making an impact with his stunning celebrity and portrait work.
By Mark Edward Harris, Photography By Miller Mobley
You have to be brave to be a great people photographer. To go up to total strangers on the street or to come face to face with A-list celebrities in the studio with the goal of creating an intimate portrait is daunting. Yet, Brooklyn-based, Tuscaloosa, Alabama-born-and-raised Miller Mobley, still in…

Philip Habib: Starting With A Blank Canvas

Philip Habib’s use of color, composition and whimsy in his portraits gives his photos a youthful and exuberant look
By Mark Edward Harris, Photography By Philip Habib
Though New York-based photographer Philip Habib has been plying his trade for three decades, his style is cutting-edge contemporary while retaining a classic elegance. It's youthful without being adolescent. Habib's work is polished and stylized, and when people are his subject matter, the resulting portraits reveal his ability to tap…

Nathan Myhrvold: The Art Of Science

Nathan Myhrvold is the ultimate embodiment of the Renaissance Man, and among his achievements is reinventing the art of food photography
By William Sawalich, Photography By Nathan Myhrvold
Nathan Myhrvold is one hell of a photographer. With his new book The Photography of Modern Cuisine, he and his team of photographers practically reinvented food photography, abandoning its most clichéd commercial techniques in favor of a groundbreaking aesthetic that better serves its purpose—to clearly illustrate a six-volume, 2,438-page cookbook…
Photographers are continually drawn to portraits, as they can create deep connections and express powerful emotions to a viewer within a single frame. After looking through thousands of entries, the winners of DPP's The Face 2013 Photo Contest have been chosen, whose images exemplify this dynamism of the portrait. Congratulations…
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