Where Did August Go? – by Dan Krauss


L.A.-based photographer Dan Krauss shares photos of his various shoots from the last few weeks.

Photo Brigade Podcast #83 with Neil Leifer

Neil Leifer

On this episode Robert chats with legendary sports photographer Neil Leifer about his illustrious career spanning over 5 decades capturing some of the biggest moments in sports history.

Smells like Old Leather – by Jamey Price

Monterey Car Week

Sports photographer Jamey Price shares photos from Monterey Car Week and Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.

Wrigley Field for The Players’ Tribune – by Brad Mangin

Wrigley Field

San Francisco Bay Area sports photographer Brad Mangin took photos of Wrigley Field in Chicago for the Players’ Tribune.

Adorama Flashpoint 9′ AutoStand Review – by C.S. Muncy

Flashpoint autostand

NYC-based photographer C.S. Muncy reviews Adorama’s Flashpoint 9′ AutoStand.

Photo Brigade Podcast #82 with Peter Lockley

Peter Lockley

By Robert Caplin Peter Lockley is a sports and portrait photographer who works with editorial and corporate clients to create dynamic and story telling images. Peter began his career at the University of Colorado, majoring in journalism and fine art. After graduating in 2003, he spent five years as the chief sports photographer for the

New College of Florida – by Chip Litherland

New College of Florida

Sarasota, FL-based photographer Chip Litherland shares some of the work he’s done for the New College of Florida.

Fotokite Phi: A Flying Camera on a Leash

Fotokite Phi

Aerial robotics researcher and Fotokite founder Sergei Lupashin has started a crowdfunding campaign to fund the production of the Fotokite Phi, a foldable quadcopter on a leash.

Musings on Recovering from Major Injury – Part 1 – by Nic Coury

Nic Coury

Monterey, California-based photographer Nic Coury writes the first of a three-part series on recovering from a bicycle crash where he fractured his hip and had five screws put in during surgery.

Dave Krugman – Maximizing Your Social Influence

Dave Krugman - Elizabeth Griffin

During a Photo Brigade monthly meet up, Dave Krugman shares some of his beautiful New York City imagery and discusses with Esquire.com’s photo editor Elizabeth Griffin about how he uses his camera and iPhone to communicate to his over 180K+ followers through his Instagram account.