Never-before-seen concert and backstage photos document an unforgettable era in music history.
By Dan Havlik
I often wonder what it would’ve been like to see some of my favorite punk rock bands of the late 1970s in their prime. Since groups like the Ramones, Sex Pistols and the Clash were all a little bit before my time, much of my experience watching these bands play in the cramped, grimy clubs where they first started out consists of viewing grainy...
“If you think about painting a landscape at night,” says Ross, “the areas that are lit are lit, and the areas that aren’t lit are completely black, completely unlit. So, just by using the lighten blend mode in Photoshop, we can get rid of that darkness.”
Great photography can be magical when the artist creates a sense of wonder through...
This Missouri-based fine-art photographer makes off-kilter images of domestic life that are anything but humble
By Russell Hart | Photography By Julie Blackmon
For the Dutch genre painters who inspire photographer Julie Blackmon, 17th-century domestic life offered a familiar subject that was warm and fuzzy on its varnished surface. Yet these artists often invested their seemingly mundane interiors with hidden meanings: They used expressions, gestures and props to suggest that the activities...
An award-winning photographer experiments with long-exposures and aerials
By Dan Havlik | Photography By Vincent Laforet
Although large parts of Laforet’s new aerial images are blurred, other sections, like the distant skyscrapers in this nighttime aerial of Los Angeles, are sharp, crisp and detailed. To achieve such detail, Laforet told us that images like this one were captured using a medium-format camera system.
Vincent Laforet first fell in love with shooting aerials...
Why this fashion photographer generally avoids lighting gear when attending important events like Paris Fashion Week
By William Sawalich | Photography By Nino Rakichevich
This image was included in the “Enchanted Garden” editorial spread for the “Revolutionary Chic” editorial story in Al Sharkiah magazine. The model is Xenia Ryzhkavets, the fashion Designer, Julien Fournie, and the Fashion Editor and Stylist, Suna Moya.
Growing up in Yugoslavia, Nino Rakichevich dreamed of becoming a fashion photographer. He...
Learn how this photographer produces her psychologically charged portraits
By Jill Waterman | Photography By Lydia Panas
Kitty With Black Tulle, 2011. From the series The Mark of Abel.
“My work is so much about home,” says Lydia Panas, when describing her unique brand of conceptual portraiture. “At some level, it’s about where we come from and how that influences who we become.”
Working primarily in the tranquil conditions of her 70-acre farm in rural Pennsylvania,...
This New York City-based photographer examines what it takes to be successful in fashion and portrait photography
By Theano Nikitas | Photography By Lara Jade
Fashion and portrait photographer Lara Jade got her start in photography as a young teenager growing up in Staffordshire, England, with interests in self-portraiture and conceptual art. These interests came to life thanks to a confluence of events: her final exams, for which she wanted to do a paper on illustration; the discovery of the DeviantArt online...
Eliseo, Ama’s great grandson and the photographer’s second cousin, places his hand on Ama’s inside her home on November 5, 2018, in Fort Worth, Texas.
Fresh to the game, photojournalist and documentary photographer Desiree Rios has been out in the field covering news stories for only a couple of years, and she’s already a regular contributor...
Kathy Hayes shoots the daring, colorful subculture of grown-up skateboarding from the inside out
By Russell Hart | Photography By Kathy Hayes
Silly Girl Skateboards team rider Jean Rusen of Tempe, Arizona, catching air in a backyard bowl at Slash Camp in Colorado. August 2016. Exposure: 1/1000 sec., ƒ/8, ISO 1000.
Skateboarding was a big part of college life for photographer Kathy Hayes. At first, it served as a mode of transportation through New York City’s concrete jungle and from one...
Taking a whimsical approach in documenting how a small and unique American cultural sub-group lets their hair down
By Mark Edward Harris | Photography by Dina Litovsky
The nightly women’s volleyball game is the community’s main spectacle.
There’s a tendency in photojournalism, documentary and even editorial photography to seek out the sensational, particularly to document the strife that is part of human history.
However, even in these turbulent times, most people spend their time performing commonplace tasks...