Dana Neibert: Keep It Real

Southern California-based Dana Neibert made the transition from art director to professional photographer thanks to innate talent, a knack for making images feel realistic and savvy marketing skills
By Mark Edward Harris, Photography By Dana Neibert
The tear sheet section of Coronado, California-based Dana Neibert's website has the imprint of the quintessential commercial pro. What separates him from many of his globe-trotting, camera-toting colleagues is the variety of images he creates for an unusually diverse range of clients from American Airlines, American Express and AT&T to…

Michael B. Shane: On The Verge

How the Internet turned classical musician Michael B. Shane into a professional photographer for one of the hottest news sites on the Web
By William Sawalich, Photography By Michael B. Shane
Like many great photographers, Michael B. Shane entered adulthood on an entirely different career path. He was a classical musician with a master's degree in music and a full-time job playing the clarinet. Robin Wright "I first started taking pictures when I was on tour with the Cleveland Orchestra," he…

Abe Kislevitz: Master Of Air, Sea & Land

Abe Kislevitz is a photographer, filmmaker, engineer, skier and surfer. Is it any wonder that he’s the master of the GoPro lifestyle?
By Ashley Myers-Turner, Photography By Abe Kislevitz
Everything you want to know about Abe Kislevitz can be summed up by his childhood dream career: roller-coaster designer. "I had every roller-coaster software available at the time—that was available on a floppy disk—and designed roller coasters and looked at G-forces," laughs Kislevitz. While he hasn't lived out his dream…

Formento & Formento: Master Of Japan Diaries

Husband-and-wife creatives BJ and Richeille Formento create a unique interpretation of the land of the rising sun
By Mark Edward Harris, Photography By Formento & Formento
The dynamic duo of Formento & Formento comes from a commercial background—the Hawaiian-born BJ, a photographer, and the British-born Richeille, an art director and designer—and the couple has merged their talents to create two fine-art series that have gone global. "Circumstance" focuses on Americana, the resulting images being exhibited in…

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…

Brad Mangin: Master Of Diamond Light

Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Brad Mangin is one of the most innovative and artistic sports photographers working today
By Mark Edward Harris, Photography By Brad Mangin
Baseball and photography have a very special year in common: 1839. Abner Doubleday invented baseball in the same year that Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre introduced the daguerreotype, the first practical way to preserve a frozen moment for posterity. The two have been inseparable ever since, with latter-day practitioners such as Brad Mangin…
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