Having a daily routine has been proven to boost productivity. Here are five photographers with unique and essential habits that kept or keep them producing amazing work to help you get inspired to develop the rhythms and rituals that could lead to your best work yet.
How much equipment is too much? How much is not enough? For this special In the Bag feature, commercial and ad photographer Lisa Saad gives us an in-depth breakdown of the wide range of gear she uses and explains the benefits of each.
In this exclusive report, Keean Afrasiabi discusses advantages of a series approach and the possibilities it can open up. He talks about how to use series as a way to hone your skills, tell a story in more detail, and increase the usefulness of your work to clients.
Grant Thomas would be in hot water without top notch gear for snapping his stunning, ethereal waterscapes. The 2018 British Photographer of the Year lets us in on the brands that get him the best under—and over!—water photography every time.
Jakub Rybicki travels to the Wakhan Corridor, a remote mountain region in northeastern Afghanistan and offers us a closer look at the Kyrgyz and Wakhi people who live there, isolated from the violence surrounding them.
Self-proclaimed photoholic John Wilhelm creates imaginative and whimsical portraits of his wife and children with a little help from Photoshop and his Wacom tablet. Here, John gives us a peek at the gear he uses to create his eye-popping compositions.
Chosen from thousands of entries, the winning photographs of the 2018 iPhone Photography Awards are not only technically impressive, but breathtaking. Here are the winning images across all categories of the IPPAWARDS.