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Capturing the Night Sky in Zermatt

It’s 3:30 a.m. and I’m marching onward through the bare streets of Zermatt with my camera and tripod packed away in my backpack, on a mission to find darkness. Like most places that I...

Interview with Chicago Photographer Mayowa Koleosho

Mayowa Koleosho is a photographer most heavily involved with portraiture and based in the Chicago area. His black and white style is highly dramatic while retaining that air of cool and calm, a balance...

Colombia Calls Creatives, Part 2: Artesania y mas

Next to its more obvious natural splendors, Colombia has a great deal to offer when it comes to art, culture and craftsmanship. The major cities are electrifying, speckled with hip live music bars, artsy...

3 Photography Tips I Always Share

Wesley Verhoeve is a professional photographer, co-founder of The Observers, and currently curates the Process newsletter. The following article is a re-publication of edition 008 of Process.  One of the things I love most about...

7 Things to Know About Being a Wildlife Photographer

When I asked George Turner what made being a wildlife photographer worth it for him, his answer was simple. “Spending time with animals.” He then told me about a time recently when he observed a...

The Photography of Paul Zizka: Driven to Explore

Wind howling into the hungry mouth of an icy cave; skates carving the untouched ice of an alpine lake; a climber’s silhouette under the curve of a glowing comet tail. The dynamic photography of...
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Follow These Black Photographers & Influencers Who Inspire Us

Are you a Black photographer who is available for hire? Sign up to the #HireBlackPhotographers database from @diversifyphoto. Coming to terms with the extent of colonialist thinking in travel, media, and art is long overdue,...

Dave Mullen Jr. and the Geometry Club

Dave Mullen Jr. always had a slight obsession with alignment and a penchant for neat and consistent design. So when he started using photography as a means to capture the architectural detail of his...

My Kodak Moment on Top of the Rockies

I was standing on a pile of white shale rocks in the middle of nowhere, some 12,000 feet above sea level. The wind was unforgivingly cold that afternoon, nearly pushing me over the ridge...

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