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  • Rob Culpepper: Crossing the Road for Eugene’s Hot Chicken

    Aug 26, 2016
    Photographer News
    It seems the residents of Birmingham are all crossing the road to get a taste of Eugene’s Hot Chicken.
  • Jared Leeds: A Tiny Timber Home

    Aug 25, 2016
    Photographer News
    When Boston Photographer Jared Leeds was contacted by Storey Publishing to shoot the images for a how-to book on building a tiny house, he knew he was stepping out of his comfort zone...
  • Liz Nemeth: Cans of Sunshine

    Aug 24, 2016
    Photographer News
    We all go about our morning pick-me-up in different ways. Your AM rush may involve one of the 400 million cups of coffee consumed daily, one of the countless energy drinks...
  • Tru Studio: Rodale’s Organic Life

    Aug 23, 2016
    Photographer News
    Tru Studio, made up of husband and wife team Steve and Anne Truppe, have always had a deep appreciation for process, craft, and culture. So when Rodale’s Organic Life reached out to their photography rep about photographing a husband and wife who grow and use indigo to make art and tapestries, they were happy to take the job.
  • Irwin Wong: A Dyeing Breed

    Aug 22, 2016
    Photographer News
    In Great Britain, “to take silk” refers to joining a King or Queens’ council, and means you are held in the highest regard. Tokyo-based photographer Irwin Wong has always seen the craftsmen of the silk in the same light.
  • Elizabeth Cecil: Eating with Farm.Field.Sea

    Aug 19, 2016
    Photographer News
    When Eating Well Magazine collaborated with a local Martha’s Vineyard company, Farm.Field.Sea, they knew they wanted to capture an authentic view into what it’s like to live and eat on the island.
  • Mark Skovorodko: Switching Gears

    Aug 18, 2016
    Photographer News
    Adventure and Lifestyle photographer Mark Skovorodko had no problem switching gears and embracing his wild side for a recent shoot with two of Toyota’s most popular models, the 4Runner and the Tacoma.
  • Steve Niedorf: Worth His Salt for Cargill News

    Aug 17, 2016
    Photographer News
    Minneapolis photographer Steve Neidorf proved he was worth his salt when Cargill News asked him to take a trip to the Caribbean island of Bonaire.
  • Aaron Joel Santos: Bangkok Muay Thai

    Aug 16, 2016
    Photographer News
    Aaron Joel Santos has been documenting Muay Thai fighters in Thailand for the past year, and recently, he was asked to photograph the martial arts experts for a piece in the New York Times.
  • Jonathan Levinson: On The Road with Two Gallants

    Aug 15, 2016
    Photographer News
    Jonathan Levinson is no stranger to shooting intimate personal projects. The Mexico-based photographer has frequently experienced the hardships and challenges that come along with exploring sensitive, difficult issues and approaching people...
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