Monthly Archives: April 2016

Polaroid BrightSaber Light Review – by C.S. Muncy


NYC-based photographer C.S. Muncy reviews the Polaroid BrightSaber handheld LED lighting wand. It’s like a lightsaber for photography!

Pulitzer Center Photojournalism Panel

pulitzer center photojournalism panel

Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting grant recipients Daniella Zalcman, Jake Naughton and Alice Proujansky take you on the inside of photographing long-term projects.

Documentary and Portraiture: Maintaining Personal Style with Clients – by Jeffrey Walcott

A farmer and his crops, mostly banana trees, in Kendu Bay, Kenya.

Kenya-based documentary photographer Jeffrey Walcott discusses the visual balance of shooting on assignment vs personal projects and shares two projects he worked on where he effectively illustrated his clients’ stories.

Covering the Democratic Debates in Brooklyn – by C.S. Muncy

Democratic Debate in NY

NYC-based photographer C.S. Muncy shares his experience covering the democratic debate in Brooklyn, NY.

Pricing: Newspaper Photo Reprint – by Allen Murabayashi, PhotoShelter


Allen Murabayashi from PhotoShelter wrote an article about pricing prints of images shot for newspapers and asked a few photographers how they would approach the subject.

Searching for Dream Street – by Pete Marovich

The open hearth stacks are all that remain of the US Steel's Homestead Works that were located in Homestead, Pa. Closed in 1986, the steel plant was demolished and a shopping development was built on the site leaving the stacks to pay homage to the past. While the shopping center has created jobs, they are mostly minimum wage retail and service jobs as opposed to the high paying mill jobs that were lost.

Washington, D.C.-based photojournalist Pete Marovich is raising funds to help support his new project about the still struggling steel towns near Pittsburgh, Pa.

I Took a Nikon D4s into a Fire – by Perry Aston

Military photographer and volunteer firefighter Perry Aston took a Nikon D4s into a burn building.

Photo Brigade Podcast #104 with Jared Polin

Jared Polin

On this episode Jared Polin of chats with Robert about the brand and social community he’s built over the past 5 years. They talk about his background in photography and how he grew his YouTube presence to over 500,000 subscribers, and where he thinks things are going from here. Sit back, relax, and enjoy this episode of The Photo Brigade Podcast!

Pricing Photos: School Reunion Event – by Allen Murabayashi, PhotoShelter

Punahou 175th Anniversary NYC Event 

Photo by Robert Caplin

Allen Murabayashi from PhotoShelter wrote an article about pricing photography for a specific event and asked two photographers how they would approach the project.