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.
Surreal self-portrait artist Natalia Seth has become quite the Instagram sensation, working with the likes of Adobe and Club Med – and she’s only 18! In our interview, Natalia talks about her new book, her Instagram success and her new PHLEARN tutorial.
Viewing Portugal through the eyes of Lisbon-based photographer Teresa Freitas is like stepping into a fantasy world – or, perhaps, a Wes Anderson film. We talk to Teresa about how she developed her signature style and how she stays true to her vision.
While learning Photoshop, Bella Kotak became captivated with everything that went into creating a beautiful image – the subject, story, light, colors, and gear. This is where it all began, and today, Bella creates fantastic worlds in a unique style. She tells us about her process.
PHLEARN Magazine writer Michael Fraiman joins Spanish photographer Roc Isern on a photo walk of Barcelona. They talk about how Roc has hit 150k followers on Instagram with beautiful imagery featuring geometric shapes and impossible angles.
Brandon Cawood creates incredible composites that look like scenes straight out of Hollywood blockbusters. We sat down with Brandon to talk about how he got started in professional composite work and how he brings his unique visions to life.
Brooke Shaden is known for her hauntingly dark, surreal self-portraits that urge the viewer to take a closer look at profound themes. We talk to Brooke about how she creates worlds in which she sees herself living.
Jefferson Kent York was only having fun with photography when he started on social media a few years ago. He wasn’t expecting to become an Instagram suggestion or get featured by HuffPost as a must-follow Instagram photographer. Now, his audience is over 200k.
We talk to professional product photographer Ross Floyd, who, over the past seven years, has shot over 70,000 product images. Ross recently joined Aaron Nace to shoot the new tutorial, the Ultimate Guide to Product Photography.
In a collection of B&W photos, Matthew Genitempo gets to the core of what it’s like to live in isolation, deep in the woods of the Ozarks. His new book, Jasper, is an intimate look at the sequestered men who live in the wilderness.
Angolan photographer Keyezua tells powerful stories through bold and expressive imagery. Her new series, Floating Nightmares, is an important narrative on immigration. We talk to Keyezua about the strong themes in her work and the power of art.
Beginning his artistic career as a designer in the rug industry, Ryan Gibson eventually left that arena to focus on athletic and entertainment portraiture. Now, he photographs some of today’s most famous athletes, actors and musicians.
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