Ed Lu is an astronaut, an accomplished scientist, and the CEO of a foundation that is working to protect the earth from asteroid impacts. He’s also a great photographer who has spent 206 days in space, including 6 months aboard the International Space Station.
We noticed Catherine Marshall has been busy capturing what she’s seen in her diving adventures. And after admiring over 200 of her photo albums, we asked Catherine to give us a little insight into her story as an underwater photographer, particularly her explorations of Japanese military shipwrecks in Micronesia.
For a long time we have been fascinated by the street photography of Gustavo Minas. Based in Brazil, he manages to tell captivating stories through is photos that always seem to have a social, investigative component that makes us want to know more about the people portrayed.
Two years ago, Josh Malik didn’t think much of photography at all. The now 19-year-old photographer taught himself to use a camera and became a DIY whiz at Photoshop. Now he’s moved to Los Angeles to follow his passion.
We’re excited to profile Anthony Samaniego, a Los Angeles-based photographer whose remarkable portfolio delights us and gives us pause to speculate how he captured his shots. Shooting exclusively on film, he creates moody double exposures and fantastic blurs that make you want to embrace the Southern California cool aesthetic.
Eduardo Acierno realized his first success in photography using an old point-and-shoot camera; he edits his amazing work with a free, open-source software program. He wants to drive home a point, that anyone can take great photos and anyone can do it with modest equipment.
20-year-old fine art photographer PtoIemy sets out to interview conceptual artists from Flickr this summer. His upcoming book “The Fine Art of Photography” will feature their work and share their stories alongside the diary of his own adventure touring through the US and Canada to meet and collaborate those exceptional photographers.