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The old cliché for writers is “write what you know.” If that translates to the world of photography, there may be no better example than William Brinson (previously profiled on our blog back in 2011), who is as great a chef … Continue reading
Graphic designers often make great photographers. They already have a fine tuned eye for composition and color and once they get the more technical bits down, they’re off and running. Jorge Queiroz is no exception. We first ran into his … Continue reading
Finding great photographers you didn’t know of before is always a thrill. Here’s a great behind-the-scenes story about Anne Stephenson of Salt Lake City, Utah. I was particularly drawn to her food photography, which gets front row treatment on her … Continue reading