Monthly Archives: November 2012

Winning Back Coal Country – by Luke Sharrett

Winning Back Coal Country

DC-based photographer Luke Sharrett shares photos of Virginia’s coal country prior to the elections.

In My Bag – by David Welker

Turf Images - in my bag

Springfield, MO-based freelance photographer David Welker shares the contents of his camera bag.

Peak Design Capture Camera Clip System Review – by C.S. Muncy

Peak Design Capture Camera Clip System

NYC-based photographer C.S. Muncy reviews the Capture Camera Clip System by Peak Design.

Need a Break from All Those Holiday Sales? – by PhotoShelter

BarbaraDavidson-Luminance

Our friends over at PhotoShelter have released a few more videos from Luminance 2012.

My Day at the Far Rockaways and the Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy Destruction – by Ron J. Berard

Rockaways

NYC-based photographer Ron J. Berard went to the Far Rockaways to check out the damage after Hurricane Sandy.

Photo Brigade Holiday Photo Gift Guide 2012

holiday gift guide

It’s that time of the year again! Time to make your photographic gift list in hopes that Santa will bring you everything your camera bag desires. Also, it’s a great time to get your last-minute shopping in before the end of the year so you can deduct the purchases on your taxes!

Hurricane Sandy / Recovery – by Eliud Echevarría

Hurricane Sandy

Puerto Rico-based travel photographer Eliud Echevarría took photos of the recovery of Hurricane Sandy for the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

Working with the US Ski Team – by Mitchell Gunn

US Ski Team

Stratford, London-based photographer Mitchell Gunn is covering alpine ski racing for the US ski team.

Come and Race it – by Jamey Price

Formula One US Grand Prix

Charlotte, NC-based sports photographer Jamey Price covered the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix in Austin, TX.

Ninety Nine Years Leica Book – Now Available, Chronicling Leica’s Cultural Impact – by Josh Lehrer

Ninety Nine Years Leica Book

Josh Lehrer, a Leica specialist over at Dale Photo & Digital, wrote a story about Leica’s new book on Red Dot Forum.