Ross Floyd has worked with some impressive names in the industry over the past decade, photographing some pretty bizarre objects. Today, the product photographer tells us what gear he prefers to use.
Dave Krugman Uses Vintage Glass on a Modern Camera to Capture NYC
With nearly 300k followers on Instagram, Dave Krugman posts regularly with a style primarily featuring foggy, rainy cityscapes of NYC. We caught up with Dave to see what this street photographer uses to capture the perfect candid moment.
Leland Foster’s High-Contrast Night Shots May Leave the Viewer Feeling Left Out
Leland Foster has a knack for capturing dark scenes that evoke a feeling of uneasiness and exclusion. He tells us how he shot a nostalgic series of images one night in Phoenix, including one particularly dramatic scene of a local diner.
Content Creation and Link Building to Bring in More Photography Clients
Continuing with our digital marketing for photographers series, we talk about two things that you need for a successful digital marketing strategy and how they can help you build trust with your customers: link building and content creation.
What Surf Photographer Ben Thouard Uses to Shoot Below the Surface
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.
Meg Loeks’ Festive Pics Capture Holiday Magic and Wonder Through the Eyes of Kids
A little festive cheer and inspiration as we enjoy the holiday season and close out 2018! Portrait and lifestyle photographer Meg Loeks shares what gear she uses to capture the spirit and magic of the holidays through the eyes of her children.
How Manuel Pena Creates Drama Out of the Everyday
New York City street photographer Manuel Pena always has his camera on hand – even on his daily commute, which is why he was able to capture this intriguing shot of everyday life. Manuel explains how he took the shot and his editing process to draw out the beauty in the everyday.
The Bright, Whimsical and Entirely Weird World of Instagram Star Natalia Seth
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 Photographer’s Introduction to Google Analytics
Once you learn to understand what the data in Google Analytics means, you’ll see what an amazing tool it is! Here, we talk about why your Google Analytics is an important backbone of your photography website and how to get incredible insights from it for your business.
10 Photos That Changed the Course of History
Sometimes, a picture can have such an impact on society that it has the power to change our opinion of an event or historical moment. Here are 10 of the most unforgettable photos that impacted the course of history. We hope they inspire you to go out and take some of your own powerful images!
Packing for Deep Wilderness Landscape Shoots: Josh Cripps’ Preferred Gear
Landscape photographer Josh Cripps tells us what camera gear he takes when hiking in remote wilderness. Since he has to keep it light, Josh has perfected his camera bag to hold only the essentials so he can get the shot, every time.
From Lisbon, by the Sea: Teresa Freitas’ Pastel Portugal
Viewing Portugal through the eyes of Lisbon-based photographer Teresa Freitas is like stepping into a fantasy world – or, perhaps, a Wes Anderson film. We talk to Teresa about how she developed her signature style and how she stays true to her vision.