Lightroom, my favorite image catalog software and raw processor, makes organizing and editing images a breeze. It’s a great way to view and maintain your entire archive and make non-destructive edits to your images.
“I had to put aside my feelings of awe and excitement to focus on the task at hand,” explains member photographer Adam Lerner. He took on the challenge of photographing Ralph Lauren’s highly coveted car collection for Autoweek and rose to the occasion.
Edible Milwaukee assigned Sara Stathas to photograph Peck & Bushel’s organic apple orchard. After doing so, the Fahey family — owners of the family-run orchard — asked the seasoned photographer to return and document the harvest for their digital library.
Our March Specialty emailer highlighted the cleverness and imagination of our talented Education photographers around the world: Dan Bigelow, John Davis, Pete Lacker, Matt Odom, Ryan Donnell, Webb Chappell, James Horan, Philip Thomas, Ryan Smith, and Greg Miller.
Santa Monica, California-based photographer Natasha Lee photographed Lori Volk of Lori’s Original Lemonade for a story called “Second Careers” in Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine. Kiplinger found Natasha through the Wonderful Machine Find Photographers page and contacted her about the shoot, which took place in a lemon grove just outside of Los Angeles.
London, England-based Photographer Simon Urwin was preparing for a big 3-week shoot in Tibet when he heard of a small town in China called Pengzhen, where life has barely changed in the past several decades. Simon decided he had to document this living example of old China, so he sent an interpreter to scout and get permissions to shoot.
Mexico City-based photographer Walter Shintani recently worked on a project for The New York Times, covering a $5.5 million house near Puerto Vallarta, Mexico that includes features like an infinity pool and a view of the bay.