Want to get into wedding photography? Learn the essentials to capturing unforgettable moments on a couple’s big day. From positioning yourself during the ceremony, to packing the right kit, read on to learn more.
Join Ben Chen as he describes his experience as a food photographer and the emotional connection between taste and memory.
There’s a lot more to commercial photography than meets the eye, and Jay Alonzo shares 21 years of know-how.
The man who loves love. Kai Tan creates unique portraiture that celebrates love in many forms.
Onin Lorente’s rewarding pursuits in the glamourous world of high fashion photography. “Is that not beautiful? Continuing to pursue your dream and create more beautiful fashion images, whilst you get to explore and experience the world.”
Partners in life and in wedding photography. Tom Blachford & Kate Ballis are a duo whom capture candid unions. With a flurry of emotions on such a big day, they are there to catch every fleeting one.
Qiang Zheng visits the Peking Opera to capture raw emotion and a magnificent tradition played out on stage.
Starting out as a freelancer for The Straits Times in 2007, photojournalist, Joseph Nair, has captured some of Asia’s most exciting events, from the 2014 Asian games in Incheon, South Korea, to Singapore’s General Elections in 2011.
Christoffer Relander uses multiple exposure to create images of beautiful sceneries that transcend photography whilst intertwining them with mystic and anonymous portraits.
There is a certain zen that comes with Jennilee Marigomen. Her works are familiar but ethereal. Her eyes have evolved to see the beauty in the mundane around her, allowing her to get lost in her own senses. She reveals the iridescent nature of our everyday.
The Be Movement Japan issue, together with photographer David Lalanne and the Nikon D7100, explores what it means to be alive in Japan now, after the March 11, 2011 Japan Earthquake and Tsunami.
What makes great backstage photography? Laurent Segretier takes us behind the scenes at Elite Model Look 2013 as he reveals his secret to capturing real emotions.
Once a year, for the last quarter of a century, Rochester Institute of Technology's photography professors, students and staff have been joined by members of the community, braving the cold Rochester, NY temperatures, occasional raindrops and snowflakes to capture the RIT Big Shot—a photograph of grand proportions.
Mixing stills, high-definition video and expressive art direction, this video piece by Laurent Segretier featuring Korean pop star CL is a study in style and composition.