Christian Weber's New Book Explosions Paints With Energy

September 25, 2014 - In Explosions, Christian Weber captures the depth and beauty of controlled explosions that would otherwise be invisible to the naked eye. More »

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A Guide To Green Photography

September 24, 2014 - The electronic gear photographers require is typically loaded with materials that can be toxic to the earth; here are some ways to cut down on electronic waste and limit energy use. More »


The International League of Conservation Photographers and the Wilderness Society Protect Idaho's Clearwater Basin

September 24, 2014 - Krista Schlyer and Amy Gulick, two photographers from the International League of Conservation Photographers, work with the Wilderness Society to photograph the landscape, wildlife, and people of Idaho's Clearwater basin. More »


What's Your Niche: Bill Ingalls, NASA Senior Photographer

September 23, 2014 - Bill Ingalls, a NASA photographer since 1989, discusses assignments and what he looks for in a NASA shooter. More »


From Assistant to Pro: Andrew Burkle, Food Photographer

September 23, 2014 - Andrew Burkle's hustle as a photo assistant in Chicago fast-tracks his dreams of opening his own studio. More »

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Photokina 2014: Glass Under Glass

September 22, 2014 -  A look at some of the cool new lenses shown off at Photokina 2014. More »

The Hot Products from Photokina 2014

September 19, 2014 - There was plenty of new photo gear at Photokina 2014, but these ten caught our eye. More »


Aerial Photographer Alex MacLean Surveys the Source of the Keystone XL Pipeline

September 18, 2014 - MacLean visits the tar sands of Alberta, Canada, using photographs to expose the source of a fuel called "one of the dirtiest" by a NASA scientist. More »

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7 Grants for Environmental Photographers

September 17, 2014 - A list of organizations that provide funding for projects about nature and the environment. More »

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DamNation Documents the National Debate Over Dam Removals and River Restoration

September 16, 2014 - Co-directors Ben Knight and Travis Rummel look for human-interest stories to stoke the discourse on dam removals and river restoration with their DamNation documentary. More »


Frames Per Second: Shaul Schwarz's Reel Peak Films is a Production Company Devoted to Editorial Documentaries

September 12, 2014 - Photojournalist and filmmaker Shaul Schwarz founded Reel Peak Films to convince magazines that there's a better way to assign photographers to make videos. More »


Environmental Crusaders: Photographer Peter McBride and the Colorado River

September 10, 2014 - Since 2008, the photographer Peter McBride has worked on a project to bring attention to the plight of Colorado River, or as he calls it, the "architect of the Grand Canyon." More »


Photographers, Designers, Publishers and Writers Reimagine a 1963 Time-Life Book with MATTER

September 09, 2014 - The original MATTER, the first volume of Time-Life's Life Science Library series, is the inspiration for a new book by Vandret Publications. More »


How One Magazine Strives for Gender Balance in Assignments

September 05, 2014 - Photographer Daniel Shea talks with photo editor Jessie Wender about gender equality in editorial photography. More »

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Keep It Simple: Fashion Shooter Billy Kidd's Advice on Designing Your Site

September 04, 2014 - Sponsored content: PDN's 30, fashion and beauty photographer Billy Kidd talks shop about redesigning his website through Squarespace's publishing platform. More »


Environmental Crusaders: Photographer and Filmmaker David Buckland, Founder of Cape Farewell

September 01, 2014 - The brainchild of photographer and filmmaker David Buckland, Cape Farewell has worked with more than 300 artists to create cultural and artistic responses to climate change. More »


Environmental Crusaders: Photographer John Weller's Obsession with Antarctica's Ross Sea

September 01, 2014 - A photographer's decade-long crusade to protect Antarctica's Ross Sea, which many believe to be one of the last pristine oceanic ecosystems in the world. More »


Picture Story: Indebted College Grads, Back Home Again

September 01, 2014 - Damon Casarez's project on young grads like himself who moved back in with their parents landed him a cover story for New York Times Magazine. More »

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PDN September 2014

September 01, 2014 - The Nature & Environmental Photography Issue. More »

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Jon Tonks Explores The Far Reaches of the British Empire

August 27, 2014 - In his long-term documentary project, the photographer surveys the last vestiges of the British Empire—and the people, places and things that define it—with wit and charm. More »


Spotlight: What’s In at Out

August 27, 2014 - The magazine’s photo director explains how he assigns photography for the gay men’s fashion and pop culture monthly, and how his many creative projects fit together. More »

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The Value of Self-Publishing

August 26, 2014 - Three photographers discuss their creative processes and motivations for self-publishing their photography books. More »

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What's In Your Bag? Mark Mann Empties His Brixton Messenger

August 25, 2014 - Sponsored content: Acclaimed celebrity-portrait photographer and Leica aficionado Mark Mann lets us take a peek inside his ONA Brixton camera bag. More »

Shaping The Light: 7 Key Light Modifiers For Your Studio

August 25, 2014 - A roundup of light modifiers of all shapes, sizes and prices for a range of studio and location photography uses, from shooting cars to still lifes to celebrity portraits. More »

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How Nazraeli’s Chris Pichler Determines Book Prices and Print Runs

August 21, 2014 - The founder of Nazraeli Press explains how photo books are traditionally priced, and what photographers need to know about the changing business of book publishing. More »

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Personal Work to Paying Assignments: Michel Leroy’s Rally Bikers Project

August 20, 2014 - How Michel Leroy grabbed attention and jobs with his personal project on bikers at motorcycle rallies. More »

Leverage Your Website: 4 Tips for Strengthening Your Brand

August 20, 2014 - Sponsored content: An agent for professional photographers offers great ideas and advice for building and branding a photography website, including tips for editing and promotion. More »

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What’s Your Niche: Sailboat Racing Event Photography

August 20, 2014 - Photographer Allen Clark makes his living shooting sailing regattas along the East Coast and in the Caribbean, and selling prints afterwards to the competitors through his website. More »

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Frames Per Second: Filming Song and Dance

August 19, 2014 - The photography/directing duo Angela & Ithyle’s spirited video for Benefit Cosmetics was a lesson in the fun and the challenges of filming choreography. More »

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When Photographers Become Publishers: Mossless

August 19, 2014 - Crowd-funding and photographers support helped publishers Romke Hoogwaerts grow Mossless from a Tumblr blog into a full-fledged print publication. More »



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