Photographer Tommy Corey walked 2,650 miles from Mexico to Canada on the Pacific Crest Trail, taking portraits of those he meets along the way: Here’s a look at his video: “Hiker Trash Vogue” Here’s a great look at some of his portraits By the book at www.tommycorey.com/htvbook Follow Corey on Instagram @twerkinthedirt
Photographer Richard Crawley captured one of the most iconic photos of Mick Jagger with his tongue out at a show in Australia. Here he tells the story behind the shot. “And he looks straight at me with this famous famous image … with his hands behind his head and his tongue sticking out and, of […]
Get a quick peek at a behind the scenes look at the shooting of the April 2014 Vanity Fair cover for Game of Thrones as Annie Leibovitz photographs the cast in Northern Ireland.
Take a look behind the scenes of how this viral photo came to be.
This is a simple setup that creates a dramatic lighting effect. They also review different flog fluids and show the results and the “Hang Time” for the fog.
Kate Brooks is an American photojournalist who has covered the Middle East, Afghanistan, and Pakistan since September 11, 2001. This video has some of the most moving and emotional conflict photos we have seen. Kate shares some of the stories behind the images and portrays both sides of a conflict with equal emotion. Immediately after the September […]
Here is a quick tutorial to help you create a vintage look for a portrait in Lightroom 4.
Benjamin Von Wong takes you through the process of creating his “Dreamcatcher” project using the beautiful Jen Brook and an Octopus. Learn more about this shoot on his blog.
Portrait photography master Gregory Heisler says photographers should “cough it up” before they die, and share their creative process with others who want to learn from them. In this video he explains how he made one of his favorite portraits in the book–that of former New York mayor Rudolph Giuliani–for the 2001 TIME Person of the […]
Philippe Echaroux went out into the streets with a Hasselblad and an Elinchrom Ranger Quadra setup and took some great street portraits. More of Philippe’s work can be seen at www.pays-imaginaire.fr