Los Angeles Magazine Design Director: Stephen Banks Photographer: Steven Simko Heidi: What was the cover direction? Steven: The cover brief was “LA’s most iconic places for tourists to be locals ” so Steven Banks (design director LA mag) came up with the concept of photographing a model at the Paul Smith Wall on Melrose #paulsmithpinkwall Is the cover a painted set?
Thompson And Homonnay Who printed it?
Last week, I told my parents to fuck off on their 50th Wedding Anniversary. (Metaphorically, not literally.) It was not my proudest moment, and I admit it looks bad upon the surface. But there was more to it than all that, and it just so happened I reached my breaking point on a ceremonially important day.
The Art of the Personal Project is a crucial element to let potential buyers see how you think creatively on your own.
Craig Oppenheimer, Wonderful Machine Concept: Video interview of a photographer and a retoucher Licensing: Web Collateral use in perpetuity Photographer: Portrait and fashion specialist Client: Photographic equipment and software company Here is the estimate: Director/Talent Fee: In addition to a successful career in commercial photography, the photographer was well known in the education community, and was a brand ambassador for a handful of equipment manufacturers. One of the companies he frequently collaborated with was designing a website for a new product and wanted to feature a video of the photographer and his retoucher talking about the product on the landing page. The photographer would direct the video, and would also be the on-camera talent along with his retoucher
The Sunday Times Magazine (London) Picture Editor: Russ O’Connell Photographer: Joe Pugliese Heidi: Do you shoot and talk more often than not? As I get further into my career my process has become more relaxed and personal. I like to connect with the subject through conversation before we start shooting, regardless of time constraints.
Berlin-based photographer Navina Khatib creates stunning photographs of Salar de Uyuni to convey the magic of its incredible, surreal landscape. The salt flats of Uyuni in southwestern Bolivia are the largest in the world. Cradled between low mountains that are characters in the ancient creation stories, approximately 10,582 square kilometres of salt stretches to the horizon
Allison Michael Orenstein Who printed it? Smartpress Who designed it?
A couple of months ago, photographer Barbara Jensen Vorster was at the Mashatu Game Reserve in Botswana when her DSLR was stolen by a… cat burglar. Taking photos of a pride of lions from her 4×4, Vorster accidentally dropped her camera kit – worth over US$2,000 (AUS$2,800) – on the ground
I almost cut off my thumb in 2001. It’s true