Monthly Archives: August 2011

50mm on the 50 yard line – by Chip Litherland


Sarasota-based freelancer Chip Litherland shows his skills with only a 50mm lens at a high school football game.

London Riots – “Why has this happened?” – by The Progress Film Company


The Progress Film Company, based in Brighton, UK, documented the widespread rioting which hit London earlier this month. Their film listens to reactions, debates and discussions from the community residents and provides a powerful insight into the thoughts and reasoning of those involved and affected.

Think Tank ‘Airport AirStream’ Review – by Robert Caplin


Manhattan-based freelancer Robert Caplin reviews Think Tank’s smallest rolling bag.

Carpe Carp – by Sol Neelman

Redneck Fishing

Portland, OR-based freelancer Sol Neelman photographed the annual Redneck Fishing Tournament in Bath, Illinois.

Cross-Country Time-Lapse – by Amy Medina


Art director and photographer Amy Medina traveled across the country from Long Island to Seattle and back, and put together a cool time-lapse documenting her trip.

Nicaragua – A Country that Gives – by Tim Fuller

Tim Fuller - Nicaragua

Detroit-based photographer Tim Fuller traveled to Nicaragua where he documented a mission trip.

Leading Off in Sports Illustrated – by Brad Mangin

Brad Mangin - Sports Illustrated

San Francisco Bay Area sports photographer Brad Mangin has a “Leading Off” spread in this week’s issue of Sports Illustrated.

Alcatraz BTS – by Vincent Laforet


LA-based cinematographer Vincent Laforet had an assignment on Alcatraz Island where he used some fancy new tools.

RETV Summer Rooftop Party #2


RETV is collaborating with Vimeo and having another rooftop screening of short films in Brooklyn, NY. BYOB!

A Week of Love in New York – by Allison Joyce

gay marriage

NYC-based freelancer Allison Joyce documented the first day that same-sex couples could wed in New York.