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  • Justin Bastien: Shark Diving in New Zealand

    Aug 28, 2015
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    Recently, Justin Bastien was commissioned to help launch Microsoft's Instagram—photographing 29 shoots in 10 countries for their "Do More Campaign." The campaign had Justin adventuring all over the world, from the jungles of Borneo to the ice-covered peak of Mount Baldy, to photograph…

  • Rocco Ceselin: California Moonrise

    Aug 26, 2015
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    Recently, California MoonRise—a new Canadian fashion brand that is inspired by the California bohemian look—approached Rocco Ceselin looking for some fashion/lifestyle shots that had a natural feel. Rocco was the perfect pick for the project, as he is based in beautiful Los…

  • Celebrating Women in Photography

    Aug 25, 2015
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    In an unprecedented move, PDN's September issue (available on newsstands today) features exclusively female photographers from cover to cover. As always, it was a pleasure to browse through a photo publication filled with inspiring imagery, but it was especially refreshing to…

  • Jens Kristian Balle: Not Quite Right

    Aug 24, 2015
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    Vancouver, BC-based photographer Jens Kristian Balle describes his style as "slightly dark and often conceptual, with a bit of quirkiness." His latest personal project fits right in with that aesthetic. "Not Quite Right" depicts four male models in identical poses and outfits, with one different, peculiar accessory...
  • Matt Dutile: Life in Sicily

    Aug 21, 2015
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    Chances are you've seen photos of the brilliant blue waters that define Sicily. However, the dreamy Italian island is much more than just a beautiful coastline—in addition to the beaches, travelers to the region fall in love with Sicily's delicious food, quaint villages and great people. Recently, New York travel photographer Matt Dutile was commissioned by Endless Vacation to travel...
  • Noel Hendrickson: Travel Alberta

    Aug 20, 2015
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    As summer is nearing an end, I'm thinking more and more everyday about my next vacation. I've wanted to take a trip to Canada for a long time, but with a country so large it's hard to know how to start planning a vacation…

  • Sébastien Staub: The World’s Best Selling Automobile

    Aug 19, 2015
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    With more than 40,000,000 models sold since it's introduction in the 1960s, the Toyota Corolla has far surpassed some of the most popular cars ever created, including the Volkswagon Beatle and the original bestseller, the Ford Model T. Swiss photographer Sébastien Staub's recent personal project—created in collaboration with friend/fellow photographer Claudio Zenger—takes a new look at the world's best selling automobile.
  • Drew Anthony Smith: Pitchfork Music Festival Style

    Aug 18, 2015
    Photographer News
    It's always refreshing to see photographers try something new and be successful with it. Austin-based photographer Drew Anthony Smith was recently commissioned by the New York Times to shoot artist portraits at the Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago for their style section—he used the opportunity as a chance to shoot some film and play around a bit with his exposures...
  • Craig Orsini: The New McDonald’s Lobster Roll

    Aug 13, 2015
    Photographer News

    A few months ago, McDonald's began selling McDonald's Lobster Rolls (formerly known as the "McLobster") in locations throughout New England and Canada. The fast food version of the New England food staple is made with Northern Atlantic lobster, mayonnaise, a roll and…

  • Lucy Hewett: Backstage at Lollapalooza

    Aug 12, 2015
    Photographer News

    We all know it can be repetitive to photograph musician after musician backstage at a music festival, but Lucy Hewett's recent Lollapalooza portraits—shot using natural light and minimal props/backgrounds for—stand out amongst the crowd. There's a variety to the simple, charming portraits…

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