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  • Chad Kirkland: People of Bali

    Jul 2, 2015
    Photographer News

    Traveling is all about immersing yourself in an unfamiliar culture and meeting new people. When Utah photographer Chad Kirkland recently visited Bali on vacation, he did just that. His personal project, "People of Bali," highlights the likeable, diverse men and…

  • Andy Smith: Traveling the World With Olam

    Jun 29, 2015
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    One of the most exciting things for photographers is when a client brings them a shoot concept that meshes completely with their personal style, and more importantly, involves shooting something they enjoy. Recently, London photographer Andy Smith got the opportunity...
  • Greg DuPree: The Ultimate Book of BBQ

    Jun 25, 2015
    Photographer News

    Good barbecue is a rare thing. It takes a seasoned (pun intended) chef to whip up barbecue sauce with just the right amount of tanginess, and cook tender meat with that perfect smokey flavor. Georgia-based photographer Greg DuPree recently shot…

  • Martin Westlake: iPhone Portraits of the Baduy

    Jun 24, 2015
    Photographer News
    Up in Indonesia's Kendeng mountains live the Baduy—a community of ethnically Sundanese people who live without modern amenities in an attempt to preserve their ancient way of life. Because present-day technology is taboo to the Baduy, they are seldom photographed. In fact, they are often referred to as the "Amish of Indonesia." Photographer Martin Westlake—who is based in Jakarta, Indonesia, just over 100 miles away from the Baduy villages—recently visited the community to make a series of iPhone portraits of the people.
  • Lucy Schaeffer: Father’s Day Cinemagraphs

    Jun 23, 2015
    Photographer News

    Cinemagraphs—still photos with small, repetitive movements—are a fun and welcome trend in the photography industry. I was excited to see that Brooklyn photographer Lucy Schaeffer was recently commissioned by BBDO and Lowe's to create a series of three Father's Day-themed cinemagraphs. The final videos…

  • Buff Strickland: “How We Live” Promo

    Jun 19, 2015
    Photographer News

    Buff Strickland's latest print promo perfectly reflects her photographic style: bright, clean and well-executed. The 30-some page booklet titled, "How We Live," seamlessly transitions between's Buff's specialties—from food/drink and lifestyle, to portraiture and kids work. Besides the fact that the booklet incorporates…

  • Art Meripol: The Alabama Civil Rights Trail

    Jun 18, 2015
    Photographer News

    For Americans, it's more important than ever to remember and reflect on our past and the history that was made throughout the South in the '50s and '60s. From Birmingham to Selma, to Greensboro and Little Rock, civil rights pioneers made great strides towards…

  • Gareth Bentley: Extraordinary Zambia

    Jun 17, 2015
    Photographer News

    People are often surprised that photographer Gareth Bentley is a Zambian citizen. The fact is, not only is he a citizen, he's actually fifth generation Zambian—his family has lived in that part of Africa for more than 100 years (his ancestors were…

  • Caitie McCabe: Elle & Cee World Girls

    Jun 16, 2015
    Photographer News

    Elle & Cee World Girls is a doll company that represents girls of all cultures. The company was founded by Carlissa and Laken King, identical twins from Brooklyn who have always been on a mission to make a difference in the…

  • Ben Pipe: Roland-Garros 2015

    Jun 15, 2015
    Photographer News

    Anyone who's shot a tennis match can tell you it's not an easy sport to photograph. Getting the ball in the frame is one thing, but getting a clean, crisp, diverse series of images from a single event is a whole other…

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