Heiko Hellwig talks about the impacts of our technology-driven world and using art to open people’s minds. His Silicon Cities series uses computer parts and other electronic entrails to inspire people to think about a digitized future.
Creating with a Conscience to Minimize Environmental Impacts: Interview with Josh Cripps
We talk to wilderness landscape photographer Josh Cripps about how to visit and photograph the world’s most picturesque locations without causing lasting damage to the landscape and how we can all minimize our environmental impact.
Pauline Darley Shares Her Gear for Shooting Magazine-Worthy Fashion Photos
Fashion photographer Pauline Darley’s bold style has caught the attention of top brands like Sony Music, Armani, Universal Music, and Elle magazine. She shares her gear and how she uses each piece in her beauty and fashion portraits.
How Visual Artist Tommy Ingberg Turned a Real Man into a Puppet
Tommy Ingberg shows us that you don’t need to be a Photoshop wizard to create a realistic montage. As he explains, all you need is some basic knowledge of the tools, a good idea and some creativity when it comes to photographing your source images.
Extremely Minimalistic Photos that Say a Lot by García de Marina
García de Marina’s unique visions reveal themselves in simplistic, clean and often humorous compositions. We talk to the photographer about his minimalistic concepts, creative process, and the impact he’s hoping to make through his images.
Building a Truly Diverse Photography Portfolio Pays off for Navid Baraty
Navid Baraty has shot everything from NYC architecture and San Francisco seascapes to Cape Canaveral rocket launches and the cosmos. He talks to us about his unique side project, Wander Space Probe, and his journeys across America and beyond.
Finding Your Childhood Dream Job: The Joys of Photographing Celebrities with Will Bremridge
Portrait & lifestyle photographer Will Bremridge has an awesome job shooting for creative agencies, magazines and brands. We talk to Will about his style and how his 12-year-old self would be pretty impressed with his career choice.
Fast-Acting Gear for Fast-Action Sports: Inside Matthew James’ Camera Bag
Sports photographer Matthew James has shot for leading brands like Adidas, Nike and Cycling Plus Magazine. Today, he lets us take a look inside his camera bag and explains what equipment he relies on for high-action photoshoots.
Nick Steinberg’s Unbelievable Fog Photography Rides Viral Wave
After Nick Steinberg’s Fog Waves made the front page of Bored Panda, the photos instantly went viral. We talk to Nick about the unexpected response, the continued interest in the Fog Waves, and how he creates his own luck through persistence.
The Story Behind This Viral Invisible Girl Photo by Laura Williams
When Laura Williams shared her Invisible photo on Tumblr, it unexpectedly and immediately went viral. Years later, it’s still massively popular. Here’s how Laura got the shot that made the front page of Reddit and now has over 1.1 million views on Flickr.