Monthly Archives: May 2012

In My Bag – by C.S. Muncy

C.S. Muncy bag

NYC-based photographer C.S. Muncy, currently working with the New York Air National Guard, shares the contents of his camera bag.

Lens Loop Camera Strap Review – by Jared Wickerham

Lens Loop

Sports photographer Jared Wickerham gives the Lens Loop camera strap alternative a review.

The Essentials of Shooting Mouthwatering Food Photography – by Lauren Margolis, PhotoShelter


Lauren Margolis of PhotoShelter goes over the essentials of shooting great food photography with food photographer Jonathan Gayman.

The Brooklyn – ONA Leather Camera Bag Review – by Melissa Golden

ONA Leather Camera Bag

DC-based editorial photographer Melissa Golden reviews The Brooklyn, a beautiful leather camera bag for women by ONA.

10 Tips for Photojournalism Students: How to Succeed Visually and Financially – by Daniel Reimold


College Journalism Scholar Daniel Reimold, PhD, wrote an article with the 10 tips photojournalist Al Diaz gave to students during his lecture at the Society of Professional Journalists Region 3 Conference.

Discreet Oddities – by Adi Tudose

discreet oddities

Bucharest, Romania-based documentary photographer Adi Tudose, who works exclusively with black & white film that he develops himself, shares some photos from his “Discreet Oddities” series.

GA Tech for U.S. News & World Report – by David Walter Banks

Georgia Institute of Technology

Atlanta-based photographer and LUCEO Images co-founder David Walter Banks shares some photos from the Georgia Institute of Technology in downtown Atlanta.

Custom SLR Camera Strap System Review – by Guy Rhodes

Custom SLR C-Loop

East Chicago, Indiana-based photographer, videographer and lighting technician Guy Rhodes reviews Custom SLR’s Camera Strap System.

I’ll Have Another and Another! – by Ryan Lasek

Preakness workouts

Sports photographer Ryan Lasek shot the 137th running of the Preakness Stakes and preparations in Baltimore, MD.

Konarestan, a Village in South Kerman, Iran – by Ruhollah Mahmoudi


Iran-based photographer Ruhollah Mahmoudi shares some photos from a poor village in south Kerman, Iran.