Justin Jefferson is making quite a name for himself in American Football. ESPN decided to run an inside story and cover page on Justin’s journey to the NFL for their monthly magazine. They tasked Minneapolis portrait and documentary photographer Nate Ryan with taking the images.
Bryan Regan’s decade-long personal project photographing North Carolina’s capital caught the interest of Walter Magazine, who used one picture of Raleigh’s skyline for the cover of their 10th-anniversary issue, with plenty more found within.
On a recent editorial assignment, Oslo, Norway-based travel photographer Øivind Haug traveled to Troms og Finnmark, the nation’s most northerly and largest county, for Travel + Leisure to capture images for a guide to Northern Norway’s Arctic Landscapes written by crime novelist Heine Bakkeid.
Bristol, UK-based photographer Oliver Edwards was commissioned to take striking images for English Heritage, a charity that manages over 400 historic monuments, buildings, and places in England — bringing to life the stories and history of the country to over 10 million visitors each year.
For photographer Chris Edwards, his artistic approach shines through both his portraiture and interior photography. He came to Wonderful Machine to help highlight his eye for aesthetics and design across his entire brand.
ASMP New England hosted their 6th “Behind the Lens” virtual workshop on Wednesday, January 18 at 3:00 pm ET. Photographers Meagan Shuptar, Lucy Shaeffer, and Nitya Jain, as well as photo rep Jenna Teeson discussed their bidding process and shared a breakdown of two accepted estimates.
Our New Year’s resolutions may already be on the wayside, but Atlanta-based lifestyle photographer Lindsey Dowell worked on a recent campaign featuring Alton Brown for Neuriva, a brain health supplement brand that offers a solution.
UK-based photographer Denice Hough specializes in architecture and interiors. When her loyal client, high-end interior designer Ana Foster-Adams came to her with the proposal to photograph her latest property for her website and help attract future clients, Denice was excited to take part in the project.
Producer Bryan Sheffield aids a photographer in estimating a project for a restaurant group’s advertising campaign. The client needed a specialist in portraiture as well as food/drink in order to highlight the restaurant’s chefs along with their creations.
In a culture that routinely denounces talk of mental health, Vic Mensa is one of the rappers breaking the stigma. Vic spoke openly about his struggles with addiction and depression in an interview with Chicago Magazine. This compelling interview was photographed by Chicago-based editorial and commercial photographer Lyndon French.
From mountaineering to skiing, tightrope walking to white-water rafting, Chattanooga, Tennessee-based photographer D. Scott Clark has seen it all while shooting adventure lifestyle activities. So when he heard outdoor apparel and equipment company Mountain Hardwear was looking for a tenacious photographer to help shoot their spring range, Scott jumped at the opportunity.
This December during the holiday season, Wonderful Machine received two stock requests from Der Spiegel Magazine. Both were unmanaged stock requests (meaning the photographer negotiated usage of the images on their own) for one-time publication use.
As part of their 2022 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion report on Business and Politics, Dallas business publication D CEO recently interviewed three North Texas transgender executives who shared their personal and professional journeys.
Inspired by the publication Afrostyle, photographer Liezl Zwarts recently created a personal project entitled “We the People,” which she submitted to the publication. Impressed by her work, they published the story in their 4th printed edition.
London is known worldwide for its architecture. Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, and St. Paul’s Cathedral are only a few of the well-known landmarks in a city that draws millions of tourists every year. Yet any Londoner can tell you that great architecture exists everywhere in the city, from the colorful townhouses of Notting Hill, to the historical buildings of Greenwich, to the stately residences of Kensington. In fact, the capital of the United Kingdom has entire eras of architectural style visible in some of its buildings, going as far back as the Baroque. Yet it also has survived fires, wars, riots, plagues, and even floods, making for many periods of loss and rebuilding.
Here at Wonderful Machine, we define sports photography as anything related to a sport: the athletes, the game itself, the fitness, and the preparation. What additionally broadens this specialty is that it can be on the field, in a studio, candid, or staged. Here are seven of the best local Philadelphia sports photographers to bring you to every team and every game.