Jessi Gowan is an award-winning writer and photographer who specializes in rural landscapes and fine art abstracts, with a focus on form and composition. Her photography has been included in a variety of publications, as well as in exhibitions in Canada and the United States.
Photographer and cinematographer Lester Platt walks us through a portrait shoot with men’s fashion blogger and stylist, Denny Balmaceda. Lester explains the creative inspiration behind the shoot and how he perfectly captured the freedom in the model’s actions.
Marioly Vazquez of Maria Marie has a unique, soft style as a photographer. Her pastel views of the places she has lived and visited stands out in an otherwise chaotic world. We talk to Maria about her style, what it’s like to document her life, and what inspired her new book.
Spanish photographer Alfredo Oliva tells us how he was inspired by the works of realist painter Edward Hopper and used it to capture this photo. “Woman in the Window” is Oliva’s own version of a beautifully sad, lonely woman.
Randal Ford’s photographs of animals go beyond the typical documentary-style captures. His iconic wild animal portraits are stark, striking, and even whimsical at times. Randal shares the gear he uses for his Animal Kingdom portraits.
We talk to Instagram guru and NYC photographic storyteller Dave Krugman, who has attracted attention for his unique style of street photography. Dave’s take on New York showcases the vibrant colors and moody atmosphere of the city at times when most people are running for shelter.
We talk to Elia Locardi about his time living a nomadic lifestyle, the many changes he’s seen in the way people travel, and the impact of those changes on the environment, including the rise of selfie culture.
Photography has changed a lot over the years. There are always new concepts to learn and creative techniques to explore – and there’s no better way to do it than by picking up an inspiring book. Here are our top 20 picks for the best photography books of all time to get you started.
As a team, the Rivera family works hard to create dynamic, inspiring images that spark the viewer’s creativity, taking them back to a time of child-like magic and wonder. Vanessa Rivera tells us how she turned daily photo shoots with her kids into a successful business.