Sometimes you have to go the extra mile to get the shot that no one else is getting. But just how far is too far? See how these 10 photographers really pushed the limits to capture unbelievable, often nail-biting photos that became viral hits.
Fine art photographer Gemmy Woud-Binnendijk is known for her portraits that look like Golden Age paintings. Have a look inside her camera bag to see what gear she uses to build depth and form, and capture the softness associated with oil painting.
Elgin Park is the perfect small town, where there’s still a milkman, a bagboy at the local grocer, a cinema in the town center. But, it isn’t real. See how Michael Paul Smith created this life-like, wholesome mid-20th century American town.
Tommy Ingberg’s minimalistic, surreal imagery explores human nature and emotions. We talk to Tommy about his intriguing images and how he sees time as invaluable, a concept that helps him appreciate, and be present in, any situation.
Austin-based landscape and timelapse photographer Paul Shirley lets us have a peek inside his camera bag. He tells us what gear he uses on a regular basis and what equipment he used to create his beautiful short film, “Kembali”, shot in Bali, Indonesia.
Ole Henrik Skjelstad proves that patience is key when you want to capture that spectacular moment. The landscape photographer walks us through how he shot, then stitched together, this scene of a mountain waterfall at sunset.
The winners of LensCulture’s 2018 Street Photography Awards have been announced and the photos are just incredible. Here are the six winners who, along with seven juror’s picks and 26 finalists, will be exhibited at Cosmos Book Fair in Arles, France July 2-7.
Susan S. Bank traveled to Cuba 25 times over 10 years to photograph the daily life of tobacco farmers and Havana residents. Here, Susan talks about her work in Cuba and the powerful, raw portraits she took of the people she met, lived with, and thought of as family.
As a travel photographer, Evan Spiler has to be ready for anything. His work has taken him to many locations and he has to choose wisely what gear he takes. Evan shares his favorite gear and the gadgets he just can’t travel without.
Urban sports photographer Leo Rosas uses his love of skateboarding as a focus for his work. He has shot in some unique locations in cities around the world and today, Leo explains how he captured one risky shot of a skateboarder on a busy Budapest bridge.
Having photographed swimsuit models for years, Nayo Martinez has refined his bag of essentials that he brings to every photoshoot. Here, he lets us take a look inside his bag and explains why he loves each piece of equipment, and when and how he uses it.
Armed with only a camera and a sense of adventure, Wes Eisenhauer finds beauty and inspiration in the unlikeliest places. Here, Wes explains how he took this ninja-like reflection shot of himself jumping over a puddle, with a steel factory as the backdrop.
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