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In a new and ongoing project, I am inviting National Football League players to my studio who play the many various positions on NFL teams. I want to demonstrate the physical characteristics that make them so perfectly suited to excel at their specialized positions......

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Working once again with Smithsonian Magazine, I was charged with photographing C-3PO for a section of the magazine called “National Treasure” at the National Museum of American History in Washington, DC....

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Once upon a time and long ago, I roamed the streets looking for photographs. Carrying my trusty Nikon (film camera of course), I would shoot and shoot and after processing and creating ‘proof sheets’, sit with my grease pencil (always red) and mark those frames I deemed worthy of printing......

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Glen Wexler is one of the first photographers PhotoPolitic started working with and as with anything he puts his name to, we are very excited to help get the word out about what is truly an inspired project. "The '80s Portrait Sessions" is a beautiful 12x12” case bound book......

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Weston has created a thought provoking conceptual series of images titled "Edible Truths". This was Weston's take on questioning the relationship between society and the products we all consume. Weston's images take on a life of their own with surreal situations......

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OK, that title might be a little much on hyperbole. However, in terms of celebrities, I really can't think of anyone other than David Lynch that I have seen as many amazing images of and from such an incredibly diverse and talented group of photographers....

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There's a new portfolio category that I'm excited to share — it's titled "Body & Figure" and will showcase images devoted to the beauty of the human form. We've added images from Steve Korn (Seattle), Oliver Regueiro (Seattle) and Cassandra Plavoukos (Los Angeles). Have a look at their profiles and ...

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A couple of years ago I put out a post on Facebook offering up my services looking for a great pro bono project. A friend of mine (Jef Heidekat at Bring Design) said that Northwestern's Center On Wrongful Convictions might be interested. I contacted them and they pretty much gave me complete...

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It’s funny, when you start out, you never really know where your career will lead and that’s certainly very true working in photography. I started with no formal training as such (I studied print making at university) but picked things up along the way. The big break for me was landing a job......

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We have some absolutely amazing automotive photographers on PhotoPolitic — in fact, all of them are what I would consider best-in-class shooters. Some work in the studio, others spend most of their time on location and their work is nothing short of spectacular like you'd expect....

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