Coming up in the November issue, Digital Photo Pro interviews the creative duo and takes a look at their lush, vivid work
Coming up in the November issue, Digital Photo Pro interviews the creative duo Ransom & Mitchell and takes a look at their lush, vivid body of work.
Ransom & Mitchell is a still and motion creative team based in San Francisco featuring the combined talents of director/photographer Jason Mitchell and set designer/digital artist Stacey Ransom....
The globe-traveling photographer focuses on his home in Nebraska
By Mark Edward Harris / Photography By Bill Frakes
A foggy sunrise in Rose, Nebraska. Photo by Bill Frakes
Having traveled with camera in hand to every state in the Union and more than 135 countries has given Nebraska native and Nikon Ambassador Bill Frakes a global perspective. Yet in recent years, it has been his home state that the visual storyteller feels most compelled to share with the world.
The National Geographic photographer on 35 years of travel photography and elevating the art of documentary photography
By William Sawalich / Photography By Ira Block
“A contestant in a local Mongolian Naadam Festival tries his skill at picking up some small bones while his horse is running at a full gallop,” writes photographer Ira Block. “This festival was in the South Gobi Desert where locals competed in the traditional Mongolian games of archery, wrestling and horse skills. The contestant that picks up...
Coming up in the September/October issue, an interview with advertising photographer and video director Michael Rubenstein
Singer-songwriter Katie Crutchfield of the indie band Waxahatchee.
Coming up in the September/October issue, an interview with advertising photographer and video director Michael Rubenstein.
Whether he’s working alone or with a crew, Rubenstein’s forte is telling stories about real people doing real things. It’s a look advertisers and editorial...
Coming up in the September/October issue, Digital Photo Pro interviews celebrity and fashion photographer Gavin Bond
Photo by Gavin Bond, Courtesy of Lexus
Coming up in the September/October issue, Digital Photo Pro interviews celebrity and fashion photographer Gavin Bond.
New York-based British celebrity/fashion photographer Gavin Bond began his career jockeying for the best angles to capture runway fashion shows. While he still takes on assignments in the controlled...
Coming up in the September/October issue, Digital Photo Pro interviews portrait and commercial photographer Hernan Rodriguez
Retired mixed martial artist Urijah Faber. Photo by Hernan Rodriguez
Coming up in the September/October issue, Digital Photo Pro interviews portrait and commercial photographer Hernan Rodriguez.
Almost anyone can acquire the technical photographic skills to produce good portraits; the particulars of lighting and posing can be taught in a classroom....
The wedding and portrait photographer marries perfect light with creative previsualization with room for spontaneity, and the result is flawless images
By Kristan Ashworth / Photography By Jerry Ghionis
“At every wedding, I try to take some close up portraits of my bride with m 85mm f/1.4 lens,” says photographer Jerry Ghionis. “She looked like a Persian princess, and there was so much detail in her headpiece and in the bodice of her dress so I wanted to include all of that. I love shooting with a strong direction of light in order to accentuate...
How news photographer Sam Hurd stumbled upon his true calling
By Brian Matiash/Photography By Sam Hurd
In many cases, a wedding day is a practice in chaos. In some cases, it can take the form of organized chaos, while with others, well, not so much. However, there is no denying the symbolic beauty of this ceremonial event. Two people exchange vows to spend their lives together and, at that moment, begin an entirely new family. And there to chronicle...
Stacy Pearsall—two-time NPPA Military Photographer of the Year and recipient of the Bronze Star—gets the job done, even when everything is falling apart
Text & Photography By Stacy Pearsall
As the sky turns ominous, U.S. Army Sgt. Kyle Ellison searches the roof of a locals house for weapons during an assault against anti-Iraqi forces in Buhriz, Iraq, on April 11, 2007.
There’s a good reason why I do what I do. I’m living proof there’s truth in the old cliché “when one door closes another opens.” Although I didn’t always identify...
Photographic legend Julia Dean turns her eyes on a city—and people—in transition
By Mark Edward Harris / Photography By Julia Dean
A young girl looks at her father as he reaches for her during a religious celebration on Olvera Street in 2014.
There are few people who have contributed more to the field of photography in the City of Angels than Julia Dean. The photographer, educator and executive director/founder of the Los Angeles Center of Photography began her career as an apprentice...
Coming up in the July/August issue, HDVideoPro interviews the director of photography for the Oscar®-nominated film I Am Not Your Negro
“Flag Silhouette.” Still photography from Henry Adebonojo.
Coming up in the July/August issue, HDVideoPro interviews Henry Adebonojo, the director of photography for the Oscar®-nominated film I Am Not Your Negro.
The cinematographer faced a unique challenge when director Raoul Peck tapped him to work on the film—nominated for Best Documentary...
Coming up in the July/August issue of Digital Photo Pro, we profile the globe-traveling photographer and Nikon Ambassador
Tyler Messersmith and his daughters June (left) and Ava (right) look out over their ranch outside Lakeside, Nebraska. Photo by Bill Frakes
Coming up in the July/August issue of Digital Photo Pro, we profile globe-traveling photographer and Nikon Ambassador Bill Frakes.
Frakes started his documentary/photojournalism career at the Miami Herald in 1979,...