Interview With Gary Marlon Suson, Official Ground Zero Photographer of FDNY

Sep 7, 2011  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

Since writing articles is my everyday job, I have a procedure that enables me to do it rather effectively and efficiently. Find a topic; craft a headline; jot down some notes; formulate an opening; and then mete out enough words to reach the bottom of the page for the day.... Read More

Tyler Shields Funds Outlaw By Selling $500K Photograph to Gilmore Girls Star

Sep 10, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Never one to do anything by convention, photographer Tyler Shields raised $500K for his new film Outlaw by selling a single photo. Bought by Scott Patterson — of Gilmore Girls fame — the photo titled Leap of Faith marks the first time a feature film has been entirely funded by a photo sale (well, Shields hopes so anyhow).... Read More

Vintage Photography Shines in Project B's Rare Vernacular Prints

Aug 30, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Sometimes a vintage vernacular photograph is more interesting than one attributed to a specific artist. The mysterious shot allows you to wonder, to play guessing games and create an entire history for the person behind the lens.... Read More

Backstreet's Back: The Boys and Tyler Shields Collaborate on Photo Collection

Aug 7, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

If you came of age in the 90s there's a good chance you swore your allegiance to at least one boy band, whether it was the Backstreet Boys, 'N Sync, or 98 Degrees, and an even better chance that you now keep that fact hidden. Thanks to famed photographer Tyler Shields, you don't have to temper your love anymore, because the music group has just moved into the art realm with a series of 15 photographs snapped in beautiful California locations.... Read More

19th Century Lens Fit For The Digital World

Jul 27, 2013  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

It’s not often that an analog product will make waves in the digital world, but every once in a while what’s old can be new again at just the right time. Joseph Petzval changed photography in the 19th century with the invention of the Petzval lens. Known for its sharpness, strong color saturation, wonderful swirly bokeh effect, artful vignettes and narrow depth of field, the Petzval lens produced some of the most amazing portraits of its time. Now with the advent of DSLR photography, most of this can be achieved at the push of a button or with some fancy Photoshop skills.... Read More

Get a Shareable Photographic Memory With Memoto Lifelogging Camera

Jul 17, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

If you like the idea of Google Glass snapping photos through your eyes but don't like the aesthetic look, check out Swedish company Memoto. Taking the idea of recording one's everyday life, Memoto has created a unique Lifelogging Camera that snaps thousands of photos as you go about your daily activities. The small wearable camera essentially outsources your memory so you don't have to lose anything from any given day.... Read More

Stories of Old Hollywood: Behind the Scenes With Legendary Photographer Sid Avery

Jun 13, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich  |  1 Comment

The late Sid Avery was a famous American photographer who is best known for capturing rare moments of Hollywood's biggest stars during the Golden Age. Avery had the uncanny knack of getting those around him to relax and open up, capturing a side to famous names like James Dean, Marlon Brando, Audrey Hepburn, and Elizabeth Taylor that no one had seen before. In a world before pushy paparazzi, the lives of celebrities were kept behind closed doors, making it a big deal when someone was allowed in.... Read More

Tyler Shields Raffles Photo and Raises Money for Tornado Torn Oklahoma Families

Jun 7, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Popular photographer Tyler Shields always has a new project on the horizon, oftentimes making headlines for being controversial, but this time he's using his star power for a good cause. Two days after the Oklahoma tornado left many devastated last month, with at least 91 killed and countless homes destroyed, Shields decided to take a drive to Moore to seek out humanity's enduring spirit. The photographic results of his trip are being raffled off to benefit the American Red Cross Oklahoma Tornado Relief on CrowdRise.... Read More

5 Things You Never Knew Were From San Francisco

Apr 18, 2013  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

While San Francisco may be home to the Rice-a-Roni brand (you can hear the jingle in your head can’t you?) as well as... Read More

Tyler Shields Defies Gravity With New Series Suspense

Apr 5, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Controversial photographer Tyler Shields is known for photographing celebrities in a way that exposes the darkness of Hollywood (from overexposure to depression and addiction), using anything from raw meat to blood to get his point across. He's been around long enough now that his work is no longer new, per se, but it still makes an impact and legions of fans constantly await his newest shots. Wait no longer because Shields is back with Suspense, his newest series which will debut at the Guy Hepner Gallery on April 28 in Los Angeles.... Read More

Andreas Franke's Underwater Gallery Channels Ghosts of the Titanic

Mar 7, 2013  |   Contributor: Tina Stewart  |  1 Comment

Alright, so we know that the Rococo movement was a century prior to the Titanic's ill-fated voyage but come on, you know that was your first thought when looking at these images too, now wasn't it? While that was probably not the point of Andreas Franke's latest fine art exhibit, the display is certainly one meant to get people talking.... Read More

The Venetian Unveils 50 of National Geographic's Most Breath-Taking Photographs

Feb 1, 2013  |   Contributor: Sally Farris

Spend your Valentine’s Day doing something a little less cliché than dinner and champagne by candlelight. Beginning this February 14th, The Venetian will host the “50 Greatest Photographs of National Geographic” for your viewing pleasure. The exhibition, held at the 6,800 square-foot Imagine Exhibitions Gallery, will offer visitors a peek into the background of the iconic photos that National Geographic has been publishing for 125 years.... Read More

Exclusive Interview | Award-Winning Nadia Salameh's Unifying World Photography

Dec 18, 2012  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Jerusalem-born and San Diego resident Nadia Salameh is an award-winning photographer who is internationally recognized, not only for her achievements, but for her intensely personal and emotive style. Holding a Master of Photography degree and the title of "International Photographer of the Year" from the Professional Photographers of America, Salameh uses her friendliness to pull you in, creating lasting relationships with people all over the world.... Read More

Le Meridien and Air France Announce Collaboration on New Photography Project

Dec 5, 2012  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

A Photographer’s Journey, inspired by Le Méridien and Air France’s shared commitment to the arts, cuisine and culture is a joint venture that showcases celebrated international photographer Jimmy Cohrssen's never-before-seen photographs of his journey through culturally rich cities and resort destinations such as Istanbul, Shanghai, Bora Bora, Tahiti and Paris. It is an interactive exhibition which allows fans of both brands to click through photographs to cultivate favorites which then be put on display in a final exhibition to be unveiled in New York City on December 11.... Read More

Visually Stunning Images by Our Favorite Photographers for the New Year

Dec 7, 2012  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

This year has been full of great photography, from manipulated images of nature to invisible celebrity portraits, and we've talked to the artists responsible to get answers to some burning questions. For example, do you know which photographer Whoopi Goldberg refused to work with? Or which one created an inspired Wonderland series that evokes childlike innocence? Whether you're a collector, a fan, or an aspiring photographer yourself, these interview highlights should remind you of the great talent out there and maybe inspire you to make some art yourself. After all, after revisiting this group of interviews, you just might have a nice list of tips and tricks from all your favorite names.... Read More

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