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To say that Pete Turner had a profound effect on my creative process would be an understatement — he's someone that I credit for introducing me to the concept of photography as art and what was possible with taking color to an entirely different place......

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There's not a day or an event that goes by where I'm not inundated with questions from aspiring (and even veteran) photographers asking me questions about how to best go about getting an agent and what to expect when finally finding what will hopefully be the beginning of a long and prosperous...

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Watching gifted athletes doing what they've trained to do is of course impressive in its own right, but have you ever stopped to look at the sheer beauty of the movement? Professional or amateur, the grace of their movement and environment can be an incredible artistic expression....

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I can't say that I watch much television news. With the exception of the recent debates between Clinton and Trump, I don't really remember the last time I physically turned the television on. I get most of my news either online or listening to the radio in the car. When I talk with friends about wha...

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Here we go again, another long, dark, and cold winter. Those are undoubtedly words of dread for some, but for many photographers, it’s a time for celebration. Winter is a magical season of dramatic dark light, ominous skies, and the endless array of fascinating textures that come as a result of subz...

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Not much needs to be said surrounding the life, controversy, and impact that Robert Mapplethorpe has had on the photography world. He would have been 70-years old today — Happy Birthday Mr. Mapplethorpe!...

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I’ve always had a love/hate relationship with Los Angeles. I was raised here from the age of two and managed to get out on more than a few occasions. But somehow, I always seem to get pulled back in. I’ve worked in film and television, I’ve worked with seemingly every major advertising agency, and I...

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London-based photographers Amit and Naroop have taken on the awesome responsibility of capturing the essence of the modern Sikh with the aptly titled, “The Sikh Project”. They’ve moved passed the usual stereotypes by creating 74 portraits of British and American Sikhs in a wide variety of roles. Som...

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Photographers who document the natural world will always get my attention and earn my respect. With the natural order under continual assault from human activity and the perils of global warming becoming more and more obvious every day, there are many species we won’t be seeing much longer, thus the...

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I came across the work of David Krovblit at this year’s Photo Independent in Los Angeles. While I was obviously attracted to his images, the thing that instantly drew me in was the presentation — a beautifully printed image behind a massive 2.5 cm (1 in) piece of plexiglass. Layering prints between ...

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