Monthly Archives: March 2011

It Really Was Worth the Wait – by Brad Mangin


Bay Area Sports Photographer Brad Mangin gets his hands on the first copies of his new book about the San Francisco Giants Historic Season.

Frozen Dead Guy Coffin Races – by Matt Slaby


Denver-based freelance photographer and founding member of Luceo Images Matt Slaby shot the Coffin Races in Nederland, Colorado.

On the set of the Gayle King Show with Lady Gaga – by Robert Caplin


Manhattan-based freelance photographer Robert Caplin recently shot on the set of the Gayle King Show with guest Lady Gaga.

Eerie Days in Tokyo – by Ikuru Kuwajima


Photographer Ikuru Kuwijama shares some photographs from Tokyo while waiting to visit the north of Japan, still ravaged by the devastating earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear disasters.

Denver, CO with the Portland Timbers – by Craig Mitchelldyer


Portland, OR-based freelancer Craig Mitchelldyer covered Portland Timber’s first Major League Soccer game in team history.

Up in the Air – by Melissa Golden


L.A-based freelancer Melissa Golden got a new point and shoot camera and photographed the state of California from the air.

250th NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade – by Laia Prats


NYC-based freelance graphic and web designer Laia Prats picked up a camera and shot some photos at the 250th Saint Patrick’s Day Parade in New York.

Powder Days – by Justin Edmonds


Denver-based photographer Justin Edmonds shot a portrait of skier David Lucy for the University of Denver Magazine.

Out Of The Frying Pan – by Sol Neelman


Portland, OR-based freelancer Sol Neelman recently photographed the 62nd Annual International Pancake Day race in Liberal, KS.

Help Japan – by Michael Rubenstein


Brooklyn, NY-based freelance photographer Michael Rubenstein is having a print sale and all profits will go towards relief efforts in Japan.