Erik Johansson is a Swedish photographer and image creator currently based in Prague, Czech Republic, specializing in surrealism, photo manipulation, and montages that will really make you question reality. Let’s have a look at what’s in his camera bag.
How Fine Art Photographer Pauline Goyard Created This Captivating Triple Self-Portrait
Motivated by an urge to experiment and create emotional images, fine art photographer Pauline Goyard tells us how she combined three self-portraits to create one conceptual image.
The Equipment Travel Photographer Tomáš Havel Depends on to Capture Epic Landscapes
Tomas Havel creates spectacular images for a living and has traveled the world, shooting for Canon, Reebok and Huawei. The pro outdoor photographer tells us what gear he packs for commercial shoots.
Dave Krugman Uses Vintage Glass on a Modern Camera to Capture NYC
With nearly 300k followers on Instagram, Dave Krugman posts regularly with a style primarily featuring foggy, rainy cityscapes of NYC. We caught up with Dave to see what this street photographer uses to capture the perfect candid moment.
Leland Foster’s High-Contrast Night Shots May Leave the Viewer Feeling Left Out
Leland Foster has a knack for capturing dark scenes that evoke a feeling of uneasiness and exclusion. He tells us how he shot a nostalgic series of images one night in Phoenix, including one particularly dramatic scene of a local diner.
Murat Dağaslan Photographs Majestic Horses in the Kayseri Mist
Always on the lookout for the perfect shot, outdoor and landscape photographer Murat Dagaslan came across a beautifully spontaneous opportunity while photographing horses in Turkey. Here’s how he created this alluring image of a mysterious cowboy.
What Surf Photographer Ben Thouard Uses to Shoot Below the Surface
Having grown up in the south of France, with a sailor father and surfer brothers, Ben Thouard learned about the water early on. Now, he photographs pro surfers from France to Tahiti and is a master of the underwater shot. Here’s what’s in his camera kit.
How Manuel Pena Creates Drama Out of the Everyday
New York City street photographer Manuel Pena always has his camera on hand – even on his daily commute, which is why he was able to capture this intriguing shot of everyday life. Manuel explains how he took the shot and his editing process to draw out the beauty in the everyday.
Packing for Deep Wilderness Landscape Shoots: Josh Cripps’ Preferred Gear
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.
Michael McCluskey’s Recipe for Creating an 80s Music-Inspired Visual Atmosphere
What’s the best way to promote a new musical synthesizer? Bring it back to the old days, of course. Here’s how Michael McCluskey created a visually stunning campaign inspired by 80s music for audio manufacturer, Meris.
Nicolas Bruno Shares What’s Needed to Turn Dreams into Real-Life
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.
How Adam Senatori Finally Got the Shot of His Dreams
Adam Senatori’s shot of the Watchmen Tower in Zion National Park is one that will no doubt go down as one of his proudest. While he spends much of his time working with some of the world’s biggest brands, it is his creative and personal work, like this, that really inspires him.