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Joseph Roybal Guest Blog: Experiences — Fall Photography in Colorado

Joseph Roybal Guest Blog: Experiences — Fall Photography in Colorado

Editor’s note: It’s the season for fall colors and the photographers who travel distances, wake early, grab the best light and work with the weather. Pro photographer Joseph Roybal knows how to master all of these elements and helps guide others during his Fall Color workshops. He took time to share the experience of capturing […]

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Profile of photographer Ian Spanier: Telling Stories and Playing with Light

Filed in Americas/U.S., Ask a Pro, Pro Photographers, Products by on October 23, 2013 1 Comment
Profile of photographer Ian Spanier: Telling Stories and Playing with Light

Editor’s note: Right now, Ian Spanier is in Uruguay shooting for a client. A few weeks ago he worked an MTV shoot for season three of “Snooki & Jwoww”. Just before that, he created all images for a ready-to-wear look book. Based in New York, but ready and able to shoot anywhere in the world, […]

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Enjoy a Preview of Michele Westmorland’s Solo Exhibit at Pingyao

Filed in Ask a Pro, Events, Pro Photographers, Products, Travel Stories by on September 17, 2013 0 Comments
Enjoy a Preview of Michele Westmorland’s Solo Exhibit at Pingyao

Editor’s note: “Melanesia – Islands of Diversity” is the name of Michele Westmorland’s exhibit to be showcased at the prestigious China Pingyao International Photography Festival starting September 19. Michele’s featured imagery represents her passion for the marine environments, countries and cultures she experiences in her work and travels. She is a Fellow National of the […]

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Joseph Roybal, South America and the Photo Sport Sling 100 AW

Filed in Ask a Pro, Pro Photographers, Products, Reviews by on September 11, 2013 1 Comment
Joseph Roybal, South America and the Photo Sport Sling 100 AW

Editor’s note: Explore. Learn. Share. Three key words (and actions) that inspire and motivate travel and landscape portrait photographer Joseph Roybal to excel at his craft. Based in Denver, Colorado, Joseph travels the world in search of interesting places and people. His work has been featured in AFAR Travel Magazine, Denver Magazine and the Denver […]

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Photographer Tom Bunning on a passion for shooting, portraits & gear

Filed in Ask a Pro, Pro Photographers, Products, United Kingdom by on September 4, 2013 0 Comments
Photographer Tom Bunning on a passion for shooting, portraits & gear

Editor’s note: Tom Bunning is a London-based photographer who specializes in music, fashion and portraiture. This range of subjects keeps Tom at the forefront of what’s new, what’s fresh and what matters. Tom regularly shoots for Nike and Levi’s, and shoots backstage at London fashion Week for TONI&GUY. He also serves as the portrait project […]

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Colin Prior talks about mountains, tilt & shift lenses and Rover Pro AW

Colin Prior talks about mountains, tilt & shift lenses and Rover Pro AW

Editor’s note: Colin Prior is back from his first trip to the Karakoram mountain range that borders Pakistan, India and China. On this leg of his four-year Karakoram Project (you can read more about it in our April 17 blog post), Colin captured stunning photography of this singular region. He shares a few images here, […]

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Lots of People Interest NY Photographer Tony Gale

Filed in Americas/U.S., Ask a Pro, Pro Photographers by on July 17, 2013 0 Comments
Lots of People Interest NY Photographer Tony Gale

You could say that award-winning photographer Tony Gale truly immerses himself in his work. Heck, in life! He shoots for clients such as Bank of America, McGraw Hill, Phoenix House, State Farm and Foundation for the National Archives (among many others). He teaches his craft at Parsons The New School for Design. And he runs […]

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