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Weekend Links 3/21/15

March 21st, 2015

Robert Durst Confesses. Did You Get the Shot? First and Final Frames of Films. WOOO! Ouchhh. Iconic Diorama Photos. My Quest for Atlantis. Baby Frog. Composition Tips from Steve McCurry. Photographers Update Ian & Erick Win the Perth Advertising & Design Club Diamond Skulls Award 2014— Photographer of the Year. Ronen Goldman’s Shoot for Redland London Featured on PetaPixel. Architectural Photography Q&A from Scott Hargis. Raymond Patrick Shoots …

Kevin Brown: The Big Easy

March 12th, 2015

by Liz Ream We’ve all been there: a little burnt out with the grind of everyday projects and work—feeling the need to rejuvenate. Of course, for photographers this process is a bit different, as their rejuvenation usually consists of getting away and doing what they do everyday (without the constraints of deadlines or specs). Dallas photographer Kevin Brown recently jetted off to New Orleans to do just that— get …

Scanderbeg Sauer: Iconic Geography

March 11th, 2015

by Liz Ream For the past ten years, the photography duo Scanderbeg Sauer (Andreana Scanderbeg and Alexander Sauer) has been traveling the world producing a body of work that makes up the solo exhibition called Iconic Geography: Works 2005 – 2015. The exhibition is in its tenth year (taking place in Rome until May 5 of this year) and includes commissioned work that presents the attractive side …

Scott Dickerson: Kiteboarding Alaska

March 10th, 2015

by Liz Ream When Scott Dickerson was contacted by Patagonia’s Kiting Ambassador Jason Slezak (yes, this is a real job), he was more than excited to document some new kitesurfing products Patagonia has developed for cold water. Scott was born and raised in Alaska and remains there to this day, and he loves all the extreme sports and weather conditions that come with it. He photographs a …

On the Runway with Landon Nordeman

March 6th, 2015

by Liz Ream Landon Nordeman recently took a trip to Milan Fashion Week, which included everything from glass runways, to bulldogs, to Rihanna to Naomi Campbell. All adorned with cutting edge European fashion. Although we can only showcase three of the photos from the week, jump over to The Cut to get the full experience! For more of Landon’s work, visit

Tears: José Mandojana / Inc. Magazine

March 6th, 2015

Winter Wonderland

March 5th, 2015

by Kelley King There’s a snowstorm here in the Northeast today— we’ve got a great view of fluffy white flurries and snow-covered treetops through our office windows. The wintery mix outside (at least it’s good snow for making snowballs and snowmen!) reminded us, why not take this opportunity to share some great winter photos from our photographers? Check them out below!

Tears: Cynthia Lynn / Preservation Magazine

March 4th, 2015

Antti Karppinen: Creating Jack Sparrow

February 27th, 2015

by Liz Ream  Antti Karppinen is a digital artist, photographer and retoucher from Finland who loves to “build the visual experience” and is constantly coming out with new and interesting projects. His most recent undertaking involves a certain lovable pirate we’ve all come to know: Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) from Pirates of the Caribbean. When Antti saw a youtube video featuring Terry Cooper, Jack …

A Snowy Roadtrip With Jamey Guy

February 26th, 2015

by Liz Ream Jamey Guy is currently making a big move from Atlanta, Georgia to the chilly city of Minneapolis, claiming that he’s going to learn to love the snow. He’s been driving back and forth between the two cities a lot lately, so of course he took a recent roadtrip opportunity (with his 3-year-old daughter alongside), to shoot some beautiful landscapes. Turns out that …

Tears: Kristopher Grunert / Canadian Pacific

February 18th, 2015

Bryan Regan: 50 Shades of Food

February 12th, 2015

by Liz Ream Brace yourselves for this one. (If you need some sort of brace, Bryan Regan’s got options.) We’re kicking off Valentine’s Day weekend early with some torturous images from Bryan, a Raleigh-based photographer who recently took a page out of E.L. James’ bestselling book trilogy 50 Shades of Grey.  Contrary to James’ books, which focus on an alluring business man named Christian Grey and the kinky sexual relations he …

Ben Pipe: Portraits of the Dassanech Tribe

February 11th, 2015

by Liz Ream London-based photographer Ben Pipe recently completed a personal portrait project on a tribal group in Ethiopia. The Dassanech Tribe, meaning ‘People of the Delta,” live where the Oma River delta enters Lake Turkana, in the southernmost part of the Omo Valley. It’s a dry region, with nothing but desert to the west and southwest. The tribe must cultivate crops only when the …

Photo Editing: An iPad Edit for Julia Vandenoever

February 9th, 2015

by Stacy Swiderski Julia Vandenoever is a Boulder, Colorado photographer who shoots portraiture, kids and food. She has a wonderful portfolio filled with bright and colorful imagery. A few months ago, Julia contacted me via email because she was interested in creating a new iPad portfolio to bring with her to portfolio reviews as a supplement to her main print portfolio. At the time, she was planning …

Tadd Myers: TEDxTalk on American Craftsman

February 5th, 2015

by Liz Ream Tadd Myers began the American Craftsman project in his homestate of Texas back in 2008. It started with six companies made up of people who still make a living off of beautiful, handcrafted items. After the initial six companies, Tadd thought the project was all but over and that he would move on “just like any other project.” Then, it took on a life …

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