We sit down with editorial portrait photographer Bill Wadman about how the sensor of his Pentax 645z is making a difference in his photography. Bill transition from a professional DSLRs to the medium-format digital camera for his editorial and commercial portrait work.Read More
Dotan Saguy was born in a small kibbutz five miles south of Israel’s Lebanese border. He grew-up in a diverse working class Parisian suburb, lived in Lower Manhattan during 9/11 and moved to Los Angeles in 2003.
In 2015 Dotan decided to focus on his lifelong passion for photography after a successful career as a high-tech entrepreneur.Read More
We sit down with C.C. Chapman to discuss the considerations of choosing to invest in a new camera system. Ibarionex and CC discuss the various considerations that go into whether or not to buy into a new system and what features and designs are important in order to make the right choice.Read More
Okay, I am going to be honest. I have bought stuff that I didn’t need. There I said it. I’m embarrassed to admit it, but there it is. I’m guilty.
Oh, I could justify the purchase at the time. I either needed it for a job or a project that I was intending to work on. And there was always the voice of my accountant who reminds me that ‘you have to spend it to keep it’. There was always a reason why I would make the purchase, convincing myself that it was a good investment.Read More
Mark Bennington is a New York-based portrait and commercial photographer who also make personal projects a big part of what he does. His creative life began as a professional actor in theater and television, but after some major life changes he turned his attention to the camera.Read More
In this video, Ibarionex talks about how by paying attention to gesture and body language, you can capture images that convey relationships between people.Read More
Next weekend, we will begin the 11th season of The Candid Frame and we're slowly working our way to our 400th episode. It is an amazing achievement, especially since there was a moment when I was thinking of giving it all up.Read More
Stacy L. Pearsall got her start as an Air Force photographer at the age of 17. During her time in service, she traveled to over 41 countries, and attended the Military Photojournalism Program at S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. During three combat tours, she earned the Bronze Star Medal and Air Force Commendation with Valor for combat actions in Iraq. Though combat disabled and retired from military service, Pearsall continues to work worldwide as an independent photographer, and is an author, educator, military consultant, public speaker and founder of the Veterans Portrait Project.Read More
We meet up with Olympus Visionary Jay Dickman to talk about real-world application of the Olympus OM-D EM-1 Mark II on his work as a Nat. Geo photographer and workshop leader.Read More
Rose Callahan is a photographer and filmmaker living in Brooklyn, New York. Rose is the creator of The Dandy Portraits blog and photographer/co-author of I Am Dandy: The Return of the Elegant Gentleman (Gestalten 2013), and We are Dandy: The Elegant Gentleman Around the World (Gestalten 2016).Read More
In this video, Ibarionex talks about how to look for that “special something” that helps to elevate a photograph beyond a snapshot. He discusses how paying attention to light, shadow & color can help to open you up to the visual opportunities that are out there.Read More
Russell Frederick is a photographer from Brooklyn, New York whose global world view and compassion for the human condition informs his work.
He produces his photographs primarily with medium format black and white film. For years, he has been documenting the people of the community of Bedford-Stuyvesant.Read More
In this video, Ibarionex talks about how to create an interesting photograph of a person who is just standing. He explains how to consider other elements within the scene including color, line and pattern to build a photograph that is interesting even though the main subject is just standing still.Read More
Andrea Francolini is an photographer who is best known for his amazing photographs of yachting and sailing. His work has been in demand in both the editorial and commercial world.
My-First-School is a personal project for Francolini, who has a keen interest in Pakistan's diverse society. Away from the struggles reported by the media, Pakistani people are open, friendly and family-oriented but face serious challenges in everyday life just to make ends meet. Children can be affected more than most.Read More
In this video, Ibarionex talks about moments when it’s a good idea to cut off part of your subject in order to produce a more interesting and dramatic composition.Read More
Castro Frank is one of today’s premier contemporary street photographers. His style fuses a journalistic approach with an artistic eye to create imagery that is raw and speaks powerfully of our time. His compassion and empathy for the disenfranchised within our society has prompted him to capture them in such a way which attempts to restore the humanity and dignity of those often forgotten.Read More