Robert Beck

Robert Beck On Photography What turns you on creatively? Collaborating with my assistant. We’re a good mix of old school/new school. Also working “fringe” sports because they give me more room to try new things. What turns you off creatively? Photo wells. Photo pens. Photo corrals. You get the idea—everyone shooting from the same place Read more…

Robert Beck On Photography What turns you on creatively? Collaborating with my assistant. We’re a good mix of old school/new school. Also working “fringe” sports because they give me more room to try new things. What turns you off creatively? Photo wells. Photo pens. Photo corrals. You get the idea—everyone shooting from the same... Read more

George Tiedemann

George Tiedemann On Photography What turns you on creatively? Working with editors who have creative input and inspirational feedback. What turns you off creatively? Overanxious PR people, representing NASCAR drivers, who constantly get in the way of good pictures. What’s your dream photo assignment? Covering the Olympic Games in Athens. It was a dream come Read more…

George Tiedemann On Photography What turns you on creatively? Working with editors who have creative input and inspirational feedback. What turns you off creatively? Overanxious PR people, representing NASCAR drivers, who constantly get in the way of good pictures. What’s your dream photo assignment? Covering the Olympic Games in... Read more

Cherie Steinberg Cote

Cherie Steinberg Cote On Photography What turns you on creatively? Having an idea and figuring out how to do it. Also, having wildly interesting things, places or people in front of my lens. What turns you off creatively? Being asked to identify a single style or subject matter that I photograph. I don’t want to Read more…

Cherie Steinberg Cote On Photography What turns you on creatively? Having an idea and figuring out how to do it. Also, having wildly interesting things, places or people in front of my lens. What turns you off creatively? Being asked to identify a single style or subject matter that I photograph. I don’t want to be confined to a single... Read more

Steve Vaccariello

Steve Vaccariello On Photography What turns you on creatively? Photographing other artists, such as dancers, actors and musicians. What turns you off creatively? Limitations. What’s your dream photo assignment? The Pirelli Calendar, shooting the most amazing models in the world using my own ideas and concepts. If you could have dinner with an artist from Read more…

Steve Vaccariello On Photography What turns you on creatively? Photographing other artists, such as dancers, actors and musicians. What turns you off creatively? Limitations. What’s your dream photo assignment? The Pirelli Calendar, shooting the most amazing models in the world using my own ideas and concepts. If you could have... Read more

Joel Sartore

Joel Sartore On Photography What turns you on creatively? Great light and a really interesting subject. What else is there? What turns you off creatively? Mean people. Life is too short to be around people who aren’t pleasant. Beyond that, it’s lousy light. What’s your dream photo assignment? To go around the world and photograph Read more…

Joel Sartore On Photography What turns you on creatively? Great light and a really interesting subject. What else is there? What turns you off creatively? Mean people. Life is too short to be around people who aren’t pleasant. Beyond that, it’s lousy light. What’s your dream photo assignment? To go around the world and photograph... Read more

Jesse Kalisher

Jesse Kalisher On Photography What turns you on creatively? Images in which the style and the content fight equally for my attention. What turns you off creatively? Being asked to identify a single style or subject matter that I photograph. I don’t want to be confined to a single style. I find that restrictive and Read more…

Jesse Kalisher On Photography What turns you on creatively? Images in which the style and the content fight equally for my attention. What turns you off creatively? Being asked to identify a single style or subject matter that I photograph. I don’t want to be confined to a single style. I find that restrictive and boring. What’s... Read more
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