Stephen Lioy was an amateur travel photographer when he got his first major break covering the World Nomad Games in Kyrgyzstan for BBC Travel. Now he enjoys a full life there, traveling around the country and documenting his excursions.
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.
While we all might feel the tendency to stand over our work like a proud mother and explain exactly what we meant by the light streaks of green or how the depth of field shifts the focus, the explanation of a work can only hinder someone else’s journey through it.
Step into Robert Jahns’ dreamworld where anything is possible. These incredible compositions show us an imaginative world where penguins walk happily across NYC streets and zebras, whales and elephants also pop up in the unlikeliest of places.
Reuben Wu has a unique way of lighting a scene. Using drones, he is able to illuminate inaccessible places like mountains, valleys and other remote locations, bringing the landscapes to life in a way that could never be done before.
Christy Lee Rogers shoots underwater photography in a way we’ve never seen before. We talk to the artist about her new series, Muses, and how her underwater worlds of tangled bodies and colorful costumes flood the viewer with a sense of peace.
Most of us have never heard of sleep paralysis before, but it is a terrifying condition Nicolas Bruno has had to live with since he was 15. The artist talks about the affliction and how bringing his nightmares to life through photography is therapeutic.
Heiko Hellwig talks about the impacts of our technology-driven world and using art to open people’s minds. His Silicon Cities series uses computer parts and other electronic entrails to inspire people to think about a digitized future.
We talk to wilderness landscape photographer Josh Cripps about how to visit and photograph the world’s most picturesque locations without causing lasting damage to the landscape and how we can all minimize our environmental impact.
García de Marina’s unique visions reveal themselves in simplistic, clean and often humorous compositions. We talk to the photographer about his minimalistic concepts, creative process, and the impact he’s hoping to make through his images.
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