Monthly Archives: December 2013

Photo Brigade’s Top 10 Posts of 2013

top 10 posts of 2013

We’ve had a lot of great contributors in 2013, so once again we thought it’d be fun to take a look back at our most popular contributions. Not surprisingly, the posts about gear are still the most popular! So take a peek through our top 10 posts from 2013!

Blood Photography Anyone? – by Greg Marinovich

Molhem Barakat

Veteran conflict photographer Greg Marinovich speaks out about the death of Molhem Barakat, a teenage freelance photographer working for Reuters, who was killed while covering a fight between Bashar Al-Assad’s forces and rebels in Aleppo.

#PBInstaCageMatch Instagram Contest #11 Winner

instagram contest - kent nishimura

Check out the winner and honorable mentions from our “Shadows & Light” Instagram contest!

Wotancraft Eastwood Hektor Camera Holster Review – by Neville Black

Wotancraft Camera Holster

Vancouver Island-based photographer Neville Black reviews the Wotancraft Eastwood Hektor camera holster.

Best of 2013: Best Reaction Photos – by Mark J. Rebilas

Reaction Photos 2013

Phoenix, AZ-based photographer Mark J. Rebilas shares his best reaction photos of 2013.

Catholics on Abortion for The New York Times – by Kendrick Brinson

Catholics on Abortion

L.A.-based photographer Kendrick Brinson took photos at a Catholic-run pregnancy clinic in Hapeville, GA for a story for The New York Times.

24 Hours – 3 Assignments in 2 Cities – by Brian Schneider

Brian Schneider

Baltimore, MD-based photographer Brian Schneider covered three different athletic contests in 24 hours.

Route 66 – by Luke Sharrett

Route 66

Louisville, KY-based photographer Luke Sharrett drove 125 miles of historic Route 66 between Williams and Holbrook, Arizona.

Vet Hunters for NBC – by David Walter Banks

Vet Hunters

L.A.-based photographer David Walter Banks shot a story about a non-profit group called Vet Hunters that finds and helps homeless US war veterans.

Swimming with Sharks – by Elyse Butler Mallams

Swimming with Sharks

Honolulu-based photographer Elyse Butler Mallams swam with sharks.