It took Martina Gebarovska a month-long trip across the ocean to realize that while she had been working in front of a screen every day, life had been waiting for her outside. Here are her gear essentials that she takes with her on her globe-trotting photo trips.
Urban sports photographer Leo Rosas uses his love of skateboarding as a focus for his work. He has shot in some unique locations in cities around the world and today, Leo explains how he captured one risky shot of a skateboarder on a busy Budapest bridge.
Having photographed swimsuit models for years, Nayo Martinez has refined his bag of essentials that he brings to every photoshoot. Here, he lets us take a look inside his bag and explains why he loves each piece of equipment, and when and how he uses it.
Armed with only a camera and a sense of adventure, Wes Eisenhauer finds beauty and inspiration in the unlikeliest places. Here, Wes explains how he took this ninja-like reflection shot of himself jumping over a puddle, with a steel factory as the backdrop.
Felix Hernandez brings his creations to life through the use of scale models and creative photographing techniques. The designer and conceptual photographer shares what equipment he uses to capture life-like miniatures.
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.
For this behind the scenes look at how they got the shot, Liquid Drop Artist Corrie White explains how she captures macro water drop photography. She goes into great detail about how she was able to get this awesome shot of a water drop inside a bubble.
Conceptual photographer Ben Von Wong uses powerful marketing strategies to raise awareness of global issues and effect positive social change. We talk to Ben about creating art for a purpose and how he’s making a positive impact.
Fine art photographer Laura Williams became an internet sensation with her “Invisible” self-portrait. In our interview, she talks about the unexpected success of and the secret behind the image. We also talk inspiration, influences, and Photoshop.
Ronen Goldman’s “Surrealistic Pillow Project” employs abstract concepts that convey meaningful, funny, and magical stories. Today, Ronen gives us a sneak peek inside his camera bag to see what gear he uses to pull off these dream-like images.
Reuben Krabbe has shot some of the most incredible ski photos you’ve ever seen. His solar eclipse and Northern Lights images have been featured by some of the world’s top ski brands and publications, making him a leader in action sports photography.
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