Katrina is the Senior Editor & Communications Manager for Lowepro.
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Editor’s note: Check out this amazing guest blog from Nour el Refai, an architectural and documentary photographer from Cairo. His blog is filled with beautiful images and helpful instruction on prepping for a workshop and packing a DSLR Video Fastpack 150 AW. And he shares his documentary video, “Nubians and the Nile”, to impart a […]
Editor’s note: Pennsylvania-based Ed Heaton is an award-winning photographer and educator who specializes in landscape and travel images. His Creative Composition workshops, seminars and classes are super-popular for enthusiasts who want to improve their control of light. Ed is a natural teacher who is known to “scout the best photogenic areas and adapt to the […]
Editor’s note: Brandon Page of Columbus, Ohio is pretty much a Renaissance man: creative director, photographer, fine artist and musician. He just finished shooting a documentary-style visual campaign – consisting of video, stills and Instagram – for a major U.S. brand. The assignment involved some serious packing, a road trip, a plane trip, a dedicated […]
In NYC this weekend? Enter now for a chance to win photo training with super-pros Tony Gale & Brian Smith!
Enter now for your chance to win one of two passes to the APA Photo Assistant Basic Training taught by pros Tony Gale and Brian Smith on Saturday and Sunday, December 7 and 8. Classes are sponsored by the New York Chapter of American Photographic Artists and take place at Splashlight Studios in Manhattan, located […]
Be a part of Mary Ellen Mark & Martin Bell’s Kickstarter campaign to fund the documentary “Streetwise: Tiny Revisited”
“She was beautiful, engaging and impossible to forget.” This is how social documentary and portrait photographer Mary Ellen Mark describes Erin “Tiny” Blackwell. Tiny was one of the subjects (and truly the star) of the 1984 Academy Award-nominated documentary Streetwise by Martin Bell, Mary Ellen Mark’s collaborator and husband. The film opened a generation’s eyes […]
Editor’s note: Bozeman-based photographer Kt Miller is focused on conservation and education. She comes by it pretty naturally. She was raised within the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem; received a 35mm camera while in high school; taught for the Montana Outdoor Science School; served as a mountain guide and instructor. The list goes on. In 2012, she […]
Editor’s note: Kamil Tamiola is a doctoral researcher from University of Groningen, the Netherlands and a professional photographer. He founded Alpine Photography Labs to create visual storytelling from remote locations. Lumi Toma has a PhD in Chemistry from the University of Valencia, is an Ambassador for the iPro Lens system for iPhone and works as […]