Spotlights

In-depth looks at the lives and careers of iconic photographers

Mesmerized: Kalle Gustafsson

I spend a lot of time researching these Spotlight articles, not because I have to or it’s part of my job, but because I truly enjoy it. I love looking at other photographers’ work and I love reading their stories. I also love the historical aspect of it and finding out who paved the road […]

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Going His Own Way: Lyndon Wade

Cinematic. Exaggerated. Over-the top. These are just a few of the ways you could to describe the work of Lyndon Wade. His sometimes outlandish photographs are like movie sets and you wonder what the next scene will be. Though his style ranges from slick corporate advertising images, to surrealistic multi-image composites, they all tell a […]

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Light As A Character: Eric Ogden

I remember very clearly the first few months I started making photographs. I remember the excitement, the joy, the fascination of seeing what was in the viewfinder. I was thrilled with every aspect of it. One of the things that stands out to me about that time, is my perspective of movies. One of the […]

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Jerry Uelsmann

Between Worlds: Jerry Uelsmann

Jerry Uelsmann is a creator of worlds. For more than 40 years, he has played the role of both artist and engineer in the darkroom. Once a pioneer, now a modern day master, Uelsmann employs as many as seven enlargers to deftly combine negative after negative into a single dramatic image. “I’m a huge believer […]

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The Addiction of Photography: Rankin

“There’s a time when people say your work is revolutionary, but you have to keep being revolutionary. I can’t keep shooting pop stars all my life. You have to keep changing, keep pushing yourself, looking for the new, the unusual.” – Rankin Allowing ourselves to be inspired by the work of others is important to […]

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