Tokyo-based photographer RK started shooting street photography with his iPhone in 2013, and has since earned international acclaim. An Instagram “suggested user”, while he started with just his iPhone, RK’s gear bag has since grown substantially.
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.
Ready to make the leap from photo enthusiast to pro photographer? In the first installment of our two-part series, we discuss easy and effective practices for attracting clients and keeping them… like a pro. Plus, we talk about how to meet other pro photographers and the benefits of finding a mentor.
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.
Are your images missing something? Here are 15 quick things, from composition, lighting and editing tips to connecting with your model, that you can start practicing right now to improve the quality of your work and the efficiency of your shooting.
Tired of time-consuming post-processing? Want to get faster in Photoshop? These life-saving shortcuts – for both Mac and Windows – will fast-track your Photoshop workflow so you can fly around the program in a fraction of the time.
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.
The fog of the Pacific Northwest is legendary and offers landscape photographers amazing scenery like nowhere else on Earth. Ross Buswell adds a unique spin by capturing North Vancouver’s subtle color variations in light and fog, creating atmospheric and dramatic imagery.
When Danielle Pritchard let her five-year-old son, Max, play with her camera one day, she was amazed at what happened. Max, who is on the autism spectrum, was a natural and now uses photography to analyze the world around him.
Wildlife photographer Gerda van Schalkwyk explains how she and her husband, Wille, spent an afternoon discreetly following an African leopard in it’s native South African Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park to get these beautifully intimate and candid shots.
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.
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