In A Flash with Laurence Crossman-Emms: Downhill Riding with a Hint of Smoke

October 16, 2015

© Laurence Crossman-Emms

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The Illume Effect: Jody MacDonald

October 06, 2015 1 Comment

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Tamrac Partners with Red Bull Illume for Image Quest 2016

September 24, 2015


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Artist In Focus / Chris Dickinson

May 22, 2015

We follow Chris out to one of his usual shoots to see what it's like to live a day in the life of a western photographer.

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Q & A / David Swindler

December 23, 2014

David Swindler is a passionate landscape and wildlife photographer and outdoor enthusiast. After working for 10 years, he quit his day job to follow his true passion: photography. 

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July 02, 2014

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June 21, 2014

Night fishermen, Li River, Guangxi, China 16-35mm lens (for 24mm), f/10 for 1/5 sec., ISO 400

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Q & A / Blair and Susan Phillips

March 31, 2014

While growing up, there was no opportunity in Blair Phillips’s household for future advancement; no further education after high school, no parenting, and definitely no dreams of a flourishing career, that definitely didn't hold him back.

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Q & A / Mark Dimalanta

March 11, 2014

"I spent most of my life learning the art of healing. The best thing I ever learned was to heal the soul and go back to my roots. These days, I spend my days surfing and shooting those who surf…"

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Q & A / Rena Durham

February 05, 2014

Confident, determined, authentic, warm-hearted with great comedic timing. Down to earth, Most days she can be found in a t-shirt, jeans and her sneakers with a Non-Fat Chai Tea Latte (luckily she owns stock in Starbucks, as often as she is there).

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Q & A / Robert Evans

January 17, 2014

Robert Evans is one of the most highly acclaimed photographers in the world. 

Robert has documented over a thousand weddings worldwide and created iconic imagery that has graced the covers of countless national and international publications.

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Q & A / Ben Horton

August 14, 2013


Ben Horton started his career as a photographer by taking photographs of places where other people simply couldn’t go. The more remote the location, the harder it was to get there, the more appeal it had for the young upstart.

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