Before Under An Arctic Sky was even an idea or a film it was a love affair with surfing in cold water. Over the last decade Chris Burkard (Director &) Ben Weiland (DP) traveled across the globe seeking out waves in some of the coldest and most remote conditions on the planet. Why would anyone […]
This is a short and personal piece about my life as a photographer, when I am not on assignment, shooting for clients in the outdoor, travel or lifestyle industry. In February 2016 a camera followed me on a trip to the beautiful Faroe Islands shooting landscapes in medium format, enjoying wild nature and a harsh […]
Dark Side of the Lens presents the art and inner voice of Irish surf photographer Mickey Smith. Winner of multiple awards, this six minute video is sure to inspire.
A behind-the-scenes look at how photographer Jessica Ambats captures the beauty of flight. Jessica specializes in air-to-air photography, a high-stakes type of aerial photography that involves shooting from an airplane with the doors removed while the plane being photographed flies as close as 20 feet away. See more of her amazing work at jessicaambats.com
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 […]
This short documentary profiles the photographer Flo Fox who, in spite of near-blindness and multiple sclerosis, continues her work in the streets of New York. Watch more videos at: nytimes.com/video Follow on Twitter: twitter.com/nytvideo
Steve McCurry is one of the most iconic Photographers of our time. Here is a ten minute piece which sees the world renowned photographer reminiscing about his travels at the recent exhibition in Rome.
Anna Louise Herzog summarized the day perfectly: “Just be prepared to say yes to anything.”
We take photography for granted, but the history to get to where we are, started with Joseph Nicéphore Niépce tinkering in his office. Here is a great link for more information on the location
LensFlare 35 is a photography podcast brought to you by Dave Warner. This week, Dave interviews social media expert and commercial photographer Jack Hollingsworth. We spent time outside at Mozart’s in Austin along Town Lake to record this interview. It’s all about the iPhone and the revolution in photography that is surrounding the device and […]