Jen is the Editor-in-Chief of PHLEARN Magazine, where she helps shape inspiring stories and handy tips for aspiring and seasoned photographers. She has worked as a photography writer for many years, contributing to numerous industry-leading publications. Proudly Canadian, sometimes globetrotter, self-taught photographer, Jen is temporarily settled in Spain.
We talk to conceptual fine art photographer Joel Robison about the inspiration behind his super imaginative images, finding beauty in chaos, and the importance of creating fictional worlds for yourself through art.
We’ve scoured the web for today’s leading photography blogs and broken them down by category to make it super easy to scroll through and find the right ones for your specific interests and needs. Here’s our ultimate list of the best photography blogs in 2020!
Just in time for Halloween, we have a special How They Got the Shot for you! Here’s the BTS of how Joel Robison created a magical, floating pumpkin in Photoshop, complete with gear, settings, and PS tools and techniques used.
Creative director and photographer Gareth Pon dreams of going to space one day. But for now, he’s happy creating beautiful images – with a twist. Check out his photos and take an extra moment to find the rocket – there’s one hidden in every photo!
Surreal self-portrait artist Natalia Seth has become quite the Instagram sensation, working with the likes of Adobe and Club Med – and she’s only 18! In our interview, Natalia talks about her new book, her Instagram success and her new PHLEARN tutorial.
Landscape photographer Josh Cripps tells us what camera gear he takes when hiking in remote wilderness. Since he has to keep it light, Josh has perfected his camera bag to hold only the essentials so he can get the shot, every time.
Nicolas Bruno suffers from sleep paralysis, a condition that immobilizes him almost every night, flooding his mind with terrifying images. But, he doesn’t let it control his life. Instead, he turns the terrifying scenes into beautiful photographic works.
What do you do when you’re a photographer with a serious fascination with space, but don’t have access to deep sky astrophotography equipment? You create your own cosmos, of course! Navid Baraty explains how he shoots planets and stars – at home.
Jefferson Kent York was only having fun with photography when he started on social media a few years ago. He wasn’t expecting to become an Instagram suggestion or get featured by HuffPost as a must-follow Instagram photographer. Now, his audience is over 200k.
Once I got more into climbing, I realized the mountaineers and climbers were part of a bigger community of people who are passionate – not only for exploration, but just living life to the fullest and helping others, helping the planet, being good stewards of the land.