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  • Stephen DeVries: Gifs for Hispanic Heritage Month

    Oct 7, 2015
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    GIFs—animated image files that look like a video—have recently seen a huge comeback in the advertising world. There are a few reasons for this: the .gif file format is now supported on most social media platforms, the endlessly looping animations are a fun,…

  • Ramin Rahimian: Worst in Show

    Oct 2, 2015
    Photographer News

    Let's face it, some dogs are cuter than others. I know we'd all like to believe that we've got the "cutest dog in the world," but sometimes you just have to face the facts and admit that your dog may not have won…

  • Ben Pipe: The American West

    Oct 1, 2015
    Photographer News
    London-based photographer Ben Pipe is an experienced photographer and traveler. He's shot all over the world, but his most recent series, The American West, explores the fascinating scenery we know right here in the U.S.
  • Scanderbeg Sauer: .Swiss

    Sep 30, 2015
    Photographer News

    I really enjoyed viewing the final images from Zurich-based photography duo Scanderbeg Sauer's recent commission for the Swiss Federal Office of Communications (OFCOM). For the campaign, Andreana (Scanderbeg) and Alexander (Sauer) traveled around Switzerland to photograph real people in diverse business…

  • Robert Gallagher: Skim

    Sep 28, 2015
    Photographer News

    It's no secret that surfing is the most popular water sport worldwide. However, to many people, skimboarding—a sport that involves riding waves using a board that is like a surfboard without fins—can be a little more of a mystery. After discovering that nearby…

  • Bryan Regan: Standard Foods

    Sep 25, 2015
    Photographer News

    We all know that no project is without its challenges. Raleigh, North Carolina photographer Bryan Regan was recently reminded of this when a simple editorial assignment hit a few bumps in the road, requiring quick problem-solving skills and a bit of macgyvering.

    Bryan was…

  • Seth Lowe: Wyoming

    Sep 24, 2015
    Photographer News

    This summer, Peoria, Illinois-based photographer Seth Lowe spent a week in Northern Wyoming documenting and shooting portraits of cowboys and ranchers. Wyoming is known as "The Cowboy State" for a reason: the region's stunning scenery is replete with dude ranches, cattle…

  • David Vaaknin: Tel Aviv Neighborhoods

    Sep 23, 2015
    Photographer News

    Since its launch more than seven years ago, Airbnb has become one of the most popular websites to list, find and book lodging. With more than 1 million listings in nearly 200 countries, the travel industry's most fascinating startup makes it easy for…

  • Matt Trappe: Running the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc

    Sep 22, 2015
    Photographer News

    Colorado adventure photographer Matt Trappe prides himself on pushing the limits. As an experienced runner, he knows what it takes to complete a race. And while all races require a good amount of mental preparation, motivation and drive, ultramarathons (any…

  • Rachel Hulin: Hey Harry Hey Matilda

    Sep 18, 2015
    Photographer News

    Providence, Rhode Island-based photographer Rachel Hulin's fine art is in a world of its own; her images often transcend reality and border on fantasy. From her Flying Henry project, to the muted, ethereal images in her Thirty-five and One series, Rachel isn't one to shy…

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