Why You Should Meet Your Heroes: Jonathan Debeer [Guest Post]

Late last year, we featured the work of a superb Belgian photographer called Stephan Vanfleteren. His work, specifically his portraiture, has a wonderful sense of drama to it, while never feeling like he is trying too hard to force his aesthetic. At the time, I wrote that much of his work reminded me of Yousuf […]

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Driven By Discovery

Recently, I have become somewhat enamored by a series of videos produced by the British luxury brand Alfred Dunhill in which several inspiring Brits were asked to speak about their particular passion or area of expertise. They are all wonderful, but the three that stand out for me feature musician Brian Eno, actor John Hurt […]

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Apart From Shadow: A Conversation With Tom Hoops

A unique photographic style is one of the benchmarks of a great photographer. In 2007, Tom Hoops, was working as a web designer in Thailand, unfamiliar with names like Richard Avedon, Helmut Newton, or Paolo Roversi. But, after borrowing a friend’s camera one afternoon, a new creative passion emerged and, for the past six years, […]

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Kitra Cahana

A Joyous Lens: Kitra Cahana [Q&A]

Again and again, I find myself being drawn into the work of photographer Kitra Cahana. At just 25, she has a maturity and depth to her images that I have rarely seen before; they speak to me on a veery deep level. They are not necessarily photographs that I would hang on my wall, but they tell […]

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Claire Rosen

Regarding Fairy Tales: Claire Rosen [Q&A]

Looking at photographs everyday, it is easy to just skim through portfolios. I am usually in a hurry, trying to find something that stands out for one reason or another; something that makes me go back for another look. This is exactly what happened when I found the work of award-winning commercial and fine art […]

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Created In Brooklyn: A Conversation With Randy Duchaine

One of the things I’ve discovered, or I should say rediscovered, while doing On Taking Pictures with Bill, is my fascination with sharing interesting stories. I love learning about people; not only who they are, but also the things that inspire them and the passions that drive them. For the past three years, Faded + Blurred […]

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Capture: Baryshnikov & Ben Lowy

In each episode of Capture, photographer Mark Seliger sits down with another photographer and celebrity photography enthusiast from the worlds of music, film or, in the case of the latest episode, dance, to discuss the stories behind their images as well as common passions for the creative process. In Episode 6, Mark sits down with award-winning photojournalist Benjamin Lowy, […]

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Capture: Mark Seliger

We are hooked on Reserve Channel’s new Capture series with photographer Mark Seliger. We mentioned one episode a couple of weeks ago on Five For Friday in which Seliger interviews Kevin Bacon and Bob Gruen. The latest episode features one of our favorite actors, Alan Cumming. Known for his roles on television, as well as […]

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Q&A@F&B No. 13: John Keatley

As you may know from our recent Spotlight, John Keatley is one of our favorite portrait photographers. He has photographed such high profile clients as Jeff Bezos, Tim Gunn and Annie Leibovitz. Yet it is often his personal work, such as “Brown Town” (above) or his family Christmas cards that garner the most attention. Keatley’s […]

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