Photographers

Depth of Field: Michael D Davis

Michael D. Davis is the photographer’s friend. Mike Davis is a photo editor. Photo editors are people photographers have a...

Inspiration: Kevin Russ iPhone Photography

Kevin Russ | A Traveling Photographer from Max Monty on Vimeo. It has been a long break from the blog....

Don’t drink the Kool-Aid!

  Back in November 1978 when cult leader Jim Jones¬†encouraged his followers to drink a cyanide laced “favor aid” and...

Depth of Field: Douglas Kirkland

Douglas Kirkland is one of photography’s legends, there’s no other way around it. He’s made a treasure trove full of...

Take Note: Fernando Gros

  About the Author Latest Posts Workshops Contact the AuthorAbout Matt BrandonMatt is a Malaysia based humanitarian and travel photographer....

October’s Wallpaper: Storm Warnings

    Yesterday on the radio I heard the National Weather Service here in Malaysia say that this September has...

Young Travel Photographer of the Year

This is one of those “proud daddy” moments. My daughter, Jessie just entered her first photography contest. She entered these...

Contest: Depth of Field & Focal Length

Several times over this past week I’ve been asked the same question about depth of field and how it relates...

Depth of Field: Brian Smith

Brian Smith has carved out a name for himself in photographing the rich and, as he puts it, the infamous....

The Amber Stepwell: The Progression of a Shoot

  Ever since I saw Ami Vitale’s Nikon video I wanted to shoot the Chand Baori stepwell in the village...

Depth of Field: Michael Yamashita

I have been looking forward to talking with Michael Yamashita for years. Yamashita is a National Geographic icon. He has shot...

Just whose images is this?

  Every once in a while it’s always a good idea to Google your name. It’s a good way to...

Depth of Field: Michael Freeman

Michael Freeman is one of the photographers I had wanted to interview for a long time. His book on composition,...

Depth of Field: Eric Kim

Eric Kim says, for him street photography happened by chance. “I was standing at a bus stop and I saw...

Help a Friend Help a Child

  Here is a deal that you cannot pass up. Our good friend and colleague Gavin Gough has started a...

There is Strength in Their Faces

¬†   Today I did something I never do, I entered a contest. I have been getting these emails from...

Interview: Jon McCormack – March To Read

    My buddy Jon McCormack has always been one of the most generous people I know. I first met...

PhotoPhilanthropy Activist Awards Judging.

My colleagues over at visualpeacemakers.org ran this video in a post yesterday. I thought it was so compelling that I...

A Darkness Visible: Afghanistan

It may seem strange to you, but Afghanistan is one of the places I have always longed to visit. I’ve...

Thaipusam: The Fruit of Hard Labour

The workshop is officially over. As with most workshops, we took time to view each student’s completed projects. Every one...

Depth of Field: Keith Talley

I have known Keith Talley for years. Keith he is a commercial photographers out of Texas. Not the glam kind...

Depth of Field: Mitchell Kanashkevich

My only problem with Mitchell Kanashkevich is his name – I can’t pronounce it! Mitch is an amazing photographer that...

Guest Post: Instant Gratification

  Today’s guest post is by Stephanie Watkins. Stephanie has a creative eye and an artist spirit and it shows...

Depth of Field: John McDermott

I met John McDermott this past summer in Angkor Wat while I was co-leading a workshop there. McDermott is typical...

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