New York photographers Jose "Tutes" Tutiven and Christina Emilie take our new camera bag and wrist strap out for a day downtown.
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Angela Francine Popplewell, co-founder of the non-profit 100cameras, explains their unique model to empower kids around the world through photography.
Jami Saunders, co-founder and president of Kids of Kathmandu, shares the organization's story and their progress in Nepal since the 2015 earthquake.
Photographer Benjamin Heath and Water.org community manager Morée Scofield share about capturing stories of communities and access to safe water.
When we first met Betty Liu in the spring, we were drawn to her sublime yet practical stop motion cooking vignettes. Over the course of the year, as she's taken her Camps Bay backpack from Yosemite to the Shetland Islands to Martha's Vineyard, we've seen her merge landscape photography, culinary arts, travel writing, and a knack for mentorship, via her sell-out workshops.
Kara Mercer describes her path to becoming a portrait, wedding and travel photographer and highlights her most recent trip to Jordan.
A Q&A with photographer Briana Moore about her trip across the U.S. with her dog Quigley, and some of her best shots from the trip.
Portrait and wedding photographer, Jordan Voth, tells the story behind his craft and shares photos from his recent trip to Greece.
Seattle-based photographer Berty Mandagie shares how he got into photography and some photos from his recent trip to the Washington Coast.
Photographer Ryan Longneck shares his tips for visiting and photographing Banff National Park.
Last week, we teamed with photographer Mat Rick and Moment to host a Central Park photo walk to capture the first colors of fall. Here are some of our favorite shots from the walk.
Brooklyn-based photographer, Mark Iantosca, shares insight on what it's like to be a fashion photographer and some street-style looks he captured outside the runway shows during this year's New York Fashion Week.
We follow photographer Dan Rubin as he launches a Kickstarter and a Skillshare class, photographs three different cities, and attends the unveiling of a certain smartphone in SF.
As a child, Mat Rick tagged along on archaeological adventures with his parents and found himself fascinated with the film cameras on the digs. The many excavations and the focus on documenting and uncovering stories helped stoke Mat’s life’s passion and career as a photographer. In his work, one feels this heritage, in the great value he places on authenticity and connecting with his subjects.
As the founding designer and co-creator of Kinfolk, Amanda Jane Jones helped define a modern movement in creativity. We spoke to her about her creative journey and process, and caught a glimpse into her family trip to Geneva.
Chef Jim Sullivan documents not just the Southern California food and cocktail scene, but the larger ecosystem that surrounds it - the markets, food halls, trailers, suppliers, and communities like Baja California. We sat down with Chef Jim to discuss his creative journey.
NYC-based photographer Jorge Quinteros recently embarked on a 4-day assignment to Cuba with his wife. The photos from his trip evince his motto: “there’s no such thing as strangers, just people we haven’t met yet."
All photographers know the "golden hour". Elizabeth Kirby's photography basks in the still, just-before-dusk moments that follow. Recently, Elizabeth took our new leather Madison laptop and camera bag on a trip to Barcelona, and we used the occasion to ask about her craft, aesthetic, dream project, and advice for other creatives.