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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
Concert and portrait photographer Cora Wagoner tells us about her favorite gear to take incredibly detailed and immersive photos of both the on-stage performers and the adoring audience at a live show. See how she uses each piece to help tell a story.
While hiking around the mountains of Tenerife in Spain’s Canary Islands one day, landscape photographer Taysa Jorge got lost and had to be rescued by firefighters. But, she got this incredibly unique shot of Mt. Teide in the process!
Street photographer Jeff Davenport needed a way to walk the streets of L.A. and take photos without calling attention to himself. The stealthy photog shares with us his lightweight gear that fits into just one backpack and is super easy to lug around.
When Polish photographer Lucasz Waszak visited NYC with his eight-month-old son, he strayed from his routine of walking city streets in search of subjects, and entered a subway station to catch a ride. What he found was a new appreciation for dark, moody scenes.
What do you do when you’re a photographer with a serious fascination with space, but don’t have access to deep sky astrophotography equipment? You create your own cosmos, of course! Navid Baraty explains how he shoots planets and stars – at home.