Monthly Archives: April 2014

Sochi 2014: 4×5 Film Frames – by Guy Rhodes

Guy Rhodes

East Chicago-based photographer, lighting designer, and filmmaker Guy Rhodes shares black & white photos from the 2014 Sochi Olympics taken with a 4×5 film camera.

Ups and Downs of an International Student Photojournalist – by Thomas Soerenes

Miley Cyrus

International student Thomas Soerenes discusses the pluses and minuses of studying photojournalism in the United States rather than taking free education in his home country of Norway.

The Coast – by Kendrick Brinson

West Coast

L.A.-based photographer Kendrick Brinson shares some beautiful photos from the West Coast.

Kilgore Rangerettes visit Torrence Estate – by Mark J. Rebilas

Kilgore Rangerettes

Phoenix, AZ-based photographer Mark J. Rebilas covered an event at NHRA driver Steve Torrence’s home involving 50 Rangerettes.

The Writing on The (Chinese) Wall – by Jamey Price

F1 Shanghai

Charlotte, NC-based photographer Jamey Price covered the Formula One Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai.

Photo Brigade Podcast #37 with Elizabeth Griffin

Elizabeth Griffin

On this episode Robert chats with Elizabeth Griffin, photo editor for and the Hearst Corporation, about everything from print promotion to email marketing, pricing standards, the Eddie Adams Workshop, portfolio reviews, social media, and much more.

George Springer Brings Hope to Houston – by Brad Mangin

George Springer

San Francisco Bay Area sports photographer Brad Mangin shares photos of George Springer of the Houston Astros during a game against the Oakland Athletics.

Saving The Great Lakes – by Shane Welch

The Great Lakes

Chicago-based photographer Shane Welch shares some photos of the Susie Q Fish Company in Lake Michigan.

#PBInstaCageMatch Instagram Contest #15

odd couples

Our newest Instagram contest theme is ODD COUPLES and was chosen and will be judged by photo editor Elizabeth Griffin. Get your entries in by May 19th!

Shooting College Sports on a College Budget – by Tim Bradbury

Arizona Overhead Remote

Los Angeles-based photographer and senior at UCLA Tim Bradbury writes about his experience on shooting sports on a college budget.