Having grown up in the south of France, with a sailor father and surfer brothers, Ben Thouard learned about the water early on. Now, he photographs pro surfers from France to Tahiti and is a master of the underwater shot. Here’s what’s in his camera kit.
Which side of the Photoshop/Lightroom debate are you on? Each has their advantages, that’s for sure, but which one is better? We wanted to know which differences really matter, so here’s our comparison of the unique functions and uses of each.
Leah Frances uses only a few vintage fixed lens cameras to capture quiet, everyday moments of life – familiar scenes that evoke feelings of nostalgia and recall some of the more idyllic perceptions of what American life is, or what it used to be.
While on a photo walk, Stevyn Durham came across this perfect UK-fashion scene and wanted to capture a stylish model to go with it. He tells us how he set about capturing a charmingly candid, high fashion shot on a London street.
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.
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.
A camera and lenses aren’t the only things professional photographers pack with them on a shoot. Where and what you’re shooting dictates what’s needed, but here are 15 essentials you should never leave home without; plus budget and pro options of our favorite gear.
Want to learn how to get started shooting fairy tale-like conceptual photography? We take a peek inside conceptual photographer Anya Anti’s camera bag to see what gear she uses to create her surreal, mystical and beautiful images.
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.
Continuing where we left off in our Digital Marketing Strategy series. In Part 2, we go even further into the steps you should take to market your photography business to the right clients and the types of media you can use to get the best reach.
It’s inspiring to see what budding photographers are doing to really make an impact in the industry. Here are some of the rising stars from LensCulture’s 2018 Emerging Talent Awards, celebrating today’s best.
Portrait photographer and mom of two Courtney Bowles takes daily photos of her sons, often dressed up in hilarious and adorable costumes. Take a look at what gear she uses to capture the magic to help get you inspired for your Halloween costume shoot.
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