Christina Riley’s photo series, Born, is a raw look at motherhood. Shot in gritty black-and-white detail, the photos encapsulate every moment, failure, celebration and tear of her first year as a mother.
Samuka Marinho’s Pirates Wage War Against the World
Samuka Marinho is the creator behind “The Corsairs Project”, a tribute to the Golden Age of Piracy that blends historical facts, imagined events, and detailed reimaginings of pirates during the era. Samuka talks more about the project and his process.
Felix Hernandez Shares What Gear He Uses to Capture Miniature Photography
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.
How to Capture Stunning Water Drop Photography with Corrie White
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.
Ben Von Wong Creates Powerful Images to Help the Environment
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.
Finding Your Childhood Dream Job: The Joys of Photographing Celebrities with Will Bremridge
Portrait & lifestyle photographer Will Bremridge has an awesome job shooting for creative agencies, magazines and brands. We talk to Will about his style and how his 12-year-old self would be pretty impressed with his career choice.
What Gear Does Fine Art Photographer Marek Wurfl Use to Make Painting-Like Photos?
Using lighting and posing techniques employed by traditional painters, Marek Wurfl turns portraits into works of art. Marek tells us what gear he uses to create photos that look like oil paintings.
Self-Portraits That Blur Reality and Fantasy with Laura Williams
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.
What Does Surrealist Photographer Ronen Goldman Carry in His Bag?
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.
Taking Rembrandt-Like Photos Using Old Master Artist Techniques with Gemmy Woud-Binnendijk
Fine art photographer Gemmy Woud-Binnendijk uses light and dark contrasts to create depth in her portraits, emulating Old Master painters like Rembrandt and Vermeer. We talk to Gemmy about what it means to be an artist and what drives her.
What Ski and Mountain Bike Photographer Reuben Krabbe Has in His Bag
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.
Darth Vader Takes the Family out for Pizza by Jax Navarro
Jax Navarro has found a fun and creative way to merge his hobbies – photography and Star Wars – and share his stories with the world. Here, the toy photographer recreates the lives of some of our favorite, and some of our most loathed, Star Wars characters.