Victoria Will: Master Of Timeless Tintype

Victoria Will’s use of an early photographic process to photograph modern celebrities at the Sundance Film Festival led to a surprising and rich body of work
By Mark Edward Harris, Photography By Victoria Will
With the world's ceaseless appetite for all things "Hollywood," the need for publicists, newspapers, magazines and news agencies to feed the public new celebrity photographs is never-ending. But how does a photographer create a new look in a sea of sameness? Brooklyn-based Victoria Will found a way by going back…

Drew Gurian: Master Of Musical Imagery

Drew Gurian works within the moment to create photography of music superstars on stage and during more intimate moments
By Ashley Myers-Turner, Photography By Drew Gurian
While still in high school, Drew Gurian was offered the opportunity to photograph a family friend's band. Of course, this is an exciting proposition for any budding photographer, but particularly so when the band is the American alternative rock group Guster, just as they're emerging into mainstream Top 40 radio.…

Samm Blake: The Art Of Emotion

Samm Blake takes an artist’s approach to making romantic, nostalgic wedding photos for clients worldwide
By William Sawalich, Photography By Samm Blake
The most important thing to understand when discussing the photography of Samm Blake is that she's not particularly interested in how photographs are made. Instead, she's concerned fundamentally with why photographs are made. This philosophy, one that keeps technique utterly subservient to content, was instilled in her at Edith Cowan…

Ami Vitale: The Vagabond

Ami Vitale roams the globe connecting with people on every continent to create images that bring cultures together
By Mark Edward Harris, Photography By Ami Vitale
Montana-based photographer Ami Vitale can see rays of light in even the darkest of circumstances. Her humanistic approach to photojournalism and deep understanding of the complex geopolitical world shine through in her images that grace the pages of magazines including National Geographic, Newsweek, GEO, TIME and Smithsonian. Muslim children play…

Moving Forward, Looking Back

With his new two-volume retrospective, Howard Schatz reflects on 25 years of passionate photography
By William Sawalich, Photography By Howard Schatz
To commemorate his 25th year in photography, Howard Schatz is publishing a new book. A massive two-volume retrospective, Schatz Images: 25 Years includes work from 32 personal projects, as well as never-before-seen images from throughout his career. On these pages, we're hosting our own mini-retrospective. Schatz had the very first…

Ethan Pines: The Storyteller

From the Ivy League to shooting covers for Forbes, Ethan Pines has taken his penchant for telling stories into the visual realm
By Mark Edward Harris, Photography By Ethan Pines
Ethan Pines not only knows how to take a good picture, he knows how to tell a good story. The award-winning editorial and commercial work he produces has underlying backstories that give a depth to images, which often are worth far more than the requisite thousand words of the old…
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