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.
Travel and human interest portrait photographer Dewi Natalia strives to capture the beauty in the world to change how we see each other. Here’s what gear she uses as she travels across Asia taking pictures of the people she meets along the way.
Internationally acclaimed fashion and beauty photographer Rossella Vanon has worked with some of the most renowned brands in the industry. Today, Rossella talks about how she built such a successful fashion photography business.
The winners of the 2018 BigPicture Natural World Photography Competition are as diverse and unique as nature itself. Here are the winning photos, which celebrate the rich diversity of this planet and all life forms on it.
Ryan Heffron’s unique images of sunflowers under the Milky Way earned him massive recognition online. In our interview, Ryan tells us how he captured these awesome shots, and how being a stay-at-home dad has changed everything.
This year’s winners of the Audubon Birdlife Photography Awards have just been announced and the photos are breathtaking. Find out who took home the Grand Prize and how one photographer swept an entire category, winning three prizes!
The winners of Nat Geo’s 2018 Travel Photographer of the Year Contest have been announced and they are awesome! Here are the winning photographs and People’s Choice picks in the Nature, Cities, and People categories.
Fine art photographer Gemmy Woud-Binnendijk is known for her portraits that look like Golden Age paintings. Have a look inside her camera bag to see what gear she uses to build depth and form, and capture the softness associated with oil painting.
Elgin Park is the perfect small town, where there’s still a milkman, a bagboy at the local grocer, a cinema in the town center. But, it isn’t real. See how Michael Paul Smith created this life-like, wholesome mid-20th century American town.
Tommy Ingberg’s minimalistic, surreal imagery explores human nature and emotions. We talk to Tommy about his intriguing images and how he sees time as invaluable, a concept that helps him appreciate, and be present in, any situation.