You were doing a Polaroid series around events and music festivals for awhile. Does that shyness with your camera still play into that? For several […]
Today we are introducing Bruna Valença, a young photographer and videographer from Pernambuco, Brazil, who explains how she dreams through her images.
Today we have another excerpt from The Photographic Journal, this time from an interview with photographer Shelbie Dimond, who we’ve been a fan of for a good many years.
Spanish photographer Berta Vicente mesmerized our 20under20 panel of judges for the way she uses the environment around her to create marvelous scenes that hearken back to painters from the Renaissance. Read this wonderful Q&A with the budding star.
Starting today, we’ll be posting excerpts every other Thursday from The Photographic Journal. Their engrossing interviews have captivated us for some time, and now we’re sharing them with you. First up, photographer Chloe Aftel, a fantastic artist and long-time Flickr member.
As an avid underworld explorer and photographer, Brendan Marris has compiled iconic shots of the vast cave systems in the U.K., particularly the chambers and tunnels of South Wales. He’s kindly shared his experiences in a spelunker’s paradise — full of crystal-lined chambers, dangerously slick passageways, and amazing natural mazes.
Where are you going to school and what is your program like? I am a senior at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). I’m in the VCU […]
Conor MacNeill quit his day job to become a full-time photographer only three years after picking up a cheap DSLR for the first time. The Irish photographer fell so deeply in love with his craft that he was willing to risk the stability of the rat race to pursue his dream. We’re happy to share his story with you in this Photographer Spotlight.
Katharina is a fine-art and portrait photographer from Hermeskeil, Germany, and one of our 20under20. Since February 2013, she converts her daydreams into images. After finishing her diploma as a media designer in June 2014 she will go to Bali and travel through New Zealand with her camera. Read on for our full interview.
Physicist and photographer Brian Lee has a special interest in Native American pictographs and petroglyphs. He shares his explorations of Barrier Canyon Style panels in the U.S., and the despicable vandalism the work has endured as fading art of bygone civilizations.