Stylist Trevor Stones is back with another editorial for GQ Australia. This time around, Stones takes a look at the spring-summer 2018 collections. Total designer looks come together for the lens of photographer Hannah Scott-Stevenson. Meanwhile, models Trè Samuels, Ethan Turnbull and Conlan Munari share the spotlight. The trio wears covetable looks from an array... [Read More]
Have you ever asked a complete stranger to take their photo? Have you ever felt connected with someone you’ve never seen before? It can be strange, right? New York-based photographer Richard Renaldi focuses his project Touching Strangers around these situations. Show More Summary
My name is Steffen Jahn, I´m a seasoned car photographer based in Germany. With over 20 years in business and all the famous manufacturers like Porsche, Lamborghini, Ferrari, Mercedes and Audi on my client list, I have a basic understanding what professional car-photography is all about. Show More Summary
Take a peek into the launch day notebook of a pro rocket photographer for a few tips.
Stand-up comic Hari Kondabolu titled his 2014 comedy album Waiting for 2042 in reference to the year when census data projects that white people will become a minority in the United States. Or as the character Ilana — perhaps less concerned with specifics — says in an episode from the first season of the Comedy Central...
Ton Heukels embraces spring vibes as he stars in a quiet story for Esquire España. The Dutch model travels to Lisbon, Portugal for the magazine’s latest issue. Wearing soft hues, Ton appears before the lens of photographer Ricardo Abrahao. It’s here that stylist Alvaro de Juan pulls together chic pieces. Represented labels include Bally, Saint... [Read More]
A couple of people have asked me about the Peregrine photos I blogged a few days ago, specifically, what camera, lens, and settings I used to get the shots. Well, first off I was standing at street level on the opposite side of the road to the church, it was a dull and overcast day. … Continue reading "Photographing the Cambridge Peregrines"
Yesterday I showed off the results of my new camera vs. the old one on a few tests of lens quality. Today I’ve got the results of some of the focus tests. Any camera can focus pretty well on a stationary object, but it’s a lot trickier to follow-focus a moving object. My old Lumix […]
The correct lens for the correct photo is a debate often heard among many photographers. In this article, you’ll see the various merits of three different street photography lenses. The 50mm lens is often thought of as the perfect lens for street photography, perhaps even the only one. Show More Summary
These amazing pictures were taken by American photographer Alan Light that show portraits of celebrities over the years at the Oscars, Emmys, Grammys, movie premieres, and other places. Bette Midler at the premiere of the movie 'The...Show More Summary
Gareth Smit followed street-style photographer Phil Oh during New York Fashion Week.
After a successful fall campaign, actor Matt Bomer returns as the face of Todd Snyder. Bomer fronts the brand’s spring-summer 2018 campaign. Taking to the open road, Bomer appears before the lens of photographer Matthew Brookes. Easy on the eyes, Bomer embraces a sense of rugged adventure. Front and center, Bomer dons Todd Snyder’s latest... [Read More]
Turn away if you don’t want to animals eating other animals. Otherwise, tune in now and watch a sample of the incredible slow-motion footage captured by nature photographers Biopixel in front of the lens of their Phantom Flex4K high-speed camera.
Often relegated to the realms of architectural, product photography and the occasional bit of timelapse, tilt-shift lenses aren’t typically found in a portrait photographer’s bag. But if “portrait photographer” describes you, then should...Show More Summary
These fascinating photos were captured by an Italian travel photographer named Sergio, a.k.a Indian_Foreve that documented everyday life of Colombia in 1979. The areas include Bogotà, Norte de Santander, Amazonas, Cartagena, Barrancabermeja, Guajira. See more »
Chang Lee, a staff photographer for The New York Times, recounts how he covers the drama, the spectacle and a unified Korean team at the Winter Olympics.
The kaleidoscopic effect can look mesmerizing in photos and videos. I tried achieving something like that with a prism, but photographer and videographer Travis Owens has a more clever suggestion. He has made his own kaleidoscope filter for only $20 (and it can get even cheaper). Show More Summary
Promoting the release of Black Panther, Michael B. Jordan covers British GQ. Jordan appears before the lens of photographer Gavin Bond for the occasion. Inspired by the Black Panthers, creative director Paul Solomons dreams up strong visuals. Stylist Jeff K Kim amplifies the mood with militant looks that features labels such as Burberry. Related: Michael... [Read More]
The power of his eye to interpret the spirit is singular in American photography and history. The post Iconic Photographer Chester Higgins Jr. Opens Our World through the Lens of His I appeared first on The Good Men Project.
The three-part exhibition features 63 images that represent intersections between the timeless cultural significance of mountains in China and highly individualized photographic works by 27 contemporary Chinese artists. The post China Institute Gallery Presents Art of the Mountain: Through the Chinese Photographer’s Lens appeared first on Hyperallergic.