Ken Hermann proves you don’t have to be a NASA photographer to get awesome pics of astronauts. The advertising photographer tells us how he created this imaginative story of an astronaut crash landing on Earth, and shows us behind the scenes.
The Essential Gear Cora Wagoner Uses to Capture Musicians at Work
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.
The Story Behind Taysa Jorge’s Unusual Perspective on an Iconic Volcano
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!
My Year with the Nikon D850
Part 1 of 3 Camera Reviews: In a new series, professional lifestyle and assignment photographer Josh S. Rose reviews the cameras he works with for professional and personal shoots. Josh starts with the Nikon D850, taking us through a year of photoshoots with it, including notes on the camera.
The Gear Jeff Davenport Uses to Keep a Low Profile Shooting the Streets of L.A.
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.
The Ultimate Gear for Impactful Product Photography: Inside Ross Floyd’s Camera Bag
Ross Floyd has worked with some impressive names in the industry over the past decade, photographing some pretty bizarre objects. Today, the product photographer tells us what gear he prefers to use.
How Lucasz Waszak Captured This Cinematic Metro Scene
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.
Showcasing the Symmetry of Nature with Adventure Photographer Nathaniel Cutshall
For outdoorsman Nathaniel Cutshall, the Pacific Northwest is the perfect playground, offering plenty of photos ops. Nathaniel explains how he captured perfect symmetry in the Cascade Mountains.
Anne Geier’s Necessary Equipment for Shooting Captivating Pet Portraits
Dog photographer Anne Geier has a knack for capturing each pet’s unique personality, and her stunning portraiture truly showcases the energy and spirit of man’s best friend. Anne tells us what gear she prefers to use to bring her portraits to life.
Capturing Meteor Showers and the Milky Way with Astrophotographer Geoff Moore
Astrophotographer Geoff Moore tells us how he pre-plans his night shoots. By researching meteor showers and scouting locations free of light pollution, he searches for and gets the perfect shot.
Marta Bevacqua’s High-Fashion Gear for Compelling Portraits
Fashion and portrait photographer Marta Bevacqua’s dreamy images blur the lines between editorial photography and art – evoking intriguing stories that make viewers want to know more about what’s going on behind the scenes. Here’s what’s in her bag.
Tom Kahler’s Favorite Gear For Documenting Epic Outdoor Adventures
Automotive and outdoor photographer Tom Kahler has shot incredible mountainscapes all over the world and worked with clients like Red Bull, Adidas, and Peron Automotive. He shares his extensive gear list and the lenses he prefers for cars or mountains.