• Natalie Faye: AIR Aerial Fitness

    Oct 18, 2018
    Photographer Spotlight
    Santa Monica, California-based photographer Natalie Faye recently took on a project that had her weaving in and out of aerialists spinning and flipping around on silks at an aerial fitness studio in Los Angeles.
  • Nick Hagen: The New York Times

    Oct 17, 2018
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    Detroit, Michigan-based photographer Nick Hagen covered Ford's attempt to revitalize itself, as well as the city of Detroit, for the New York Times.
  • Heather Anne Thomas: The Local Palate

    Oct 16, 2018
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    Maryville, Tennessee-based photographer Heather Anne Thomas recently worked on a project for The Local Palate, a South Carolina magazine dedicated to covering the food culture of the south. Heather photographed the farmer's market of Knoxville and a chef inspired by the local produce sold there, Joseph Lenn of J.C. Holdway.
  • Daniel Kramer: Vice

    Oct 15, 2018
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    Houston, Texas-based photographer Daniel Kramer recently visited a Houston locale teeming with culture to take pictures for a Vice article that is the first in a series on dive bars in Texas.
  • Amanda Lopez: Instagram

    Oct 11, 2018
    Photographer Spotlight
    Los Angeles, California-based photographer Amanda Lopez was recently contacted by Instagram to photograph a series of portraits in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month.
  • Simon Urwin: Lonely Planet Traveller Magazine

    Oct 10, 2018
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    London, England-based Photographer Simon Urwin was preparing for a big 3-week shoot in Tibet when he heard of a small town in China called Pengzhen, where life has barely changed in the past several decades. Simon decided he had to document this living example of old China, so he sent an interpreter to scout and get permissions to shoot.
  • Joe McNally: Nikon

    Oct 9, 2018
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    Ridgefield, Connecticut-based photographer Joe McNally traveled to Budapest to shoot Nikon's campaign for their new product, the D850, based on the premise of "a high fashion heist."
  • Patrick Heagney: Atlanta Magazine’s Home

    Oct 8, 2018
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    Atlanta-based photographer Patrick Heagney is used to taking photos of accomplished chefs and the restaurants they run — but for this assignment with Atlanta Magazine's Home, he was able to get to know three superb Atlantan chefs' personalities not just through their style of cooking, but also through their sense of decor — by photographing them in their own homes.
  • John Davidson: Women Who Tech Are Dangerous

    Oct 4, 2018
    Photographer Spotlight
    Austin, Texas-based photographer John Davidson recently launched a website documenting his project Women Who tech Are Dangerous, which showcases women who work in the field of technology, fleshing out their experience in the workforce and the bias they have faced based on their gender.
  • Walter Shintani: The New York Times

    Oct 3, 2018
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    Mexico City-based photographer Walter Shintani recently worked on a project for The New York Times, covering a $5.5 million house near Puerto Vallarta, Mexico that includes features like an infinity pool and a view of the bay.
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