Category Archives: Guest Posts

Trial By Fire – A photographers first protest coverage – by Jim Vondruska


Chicago-based photographer Jim Vondruska shares his first experience covering a protest, in Ferguson.

Deux Pas Sur Le Monde – by Jérôme Gence


Jérôme Gence, a photographer from Réunion, a French island in the Indian Ocean, is traveling around the world for his project “Deux Pas Sur Le Monde” and shares his story and photos.

Covering Rescue Training – by C.S. Muncy

Rescue Training

NYC-based photographer C.S. Muncy shares his experience covering Air Force rescue training.

How the Egyptian Revolution Changed My Perspective – by Myriam Abdelaziz

Egypt Revolution

Photographer Myriam Abdelaziz explains how she found herself in the midst of the Egyptian revolution and how that experience made her change her perspective as a photographer.

Shayne Skov Sports Illustrated Photo Shoot – by Alexis Cuarezma

Shayne Skov - Alexis Cuarezma

San Francisco-based photographer Alexis Cuarezma writes about his high tech photo shoot with football player Shayne Skov for Sports Illustrated resulting in multiple identical frames each with a different lighting quality.

From Corps to Free to Guard to Force: One Photojournalist’s Journey and Perspective – by David J. Murphy

David J. Murphy

Photojournalist David J. Murphy, currently working with the U.S. Air Force 1st Combat Camera Squadron, shares his experience throughout the years working as a combat photographer in the the U.S. Marine Corps, then freelancing in NYC, and working as a photographer in the Air National Guard.

A Puff of History – by Nic Coury

Wyatt Miller

Monterey, California-based photographer Nic Coury shares a story about the oldest tobacco shop in California.

My Life in a Van: Living My Life Unleashed – by Alison Turner

Alison Turner

Alison Turner left her corporate job 6 years ago and has been traveling the United States with her dog Max in a van since then. She’s been documenting their daily adventures through some awesome photography and a killer Instagram account.

Musings from a First-Time Super Bowl Photographer – by Jordan Stead

Seattle-based Jordan Stead is a staff photographer for Fresh off his first ever Super Bowl assignment, He shares some of his thoughts and images from Super Bowl XLVIII.

2014 Photographers’ Resolutions

2014P hotographers Resolutions

We asked some of our awesome contributors to tell us what there photographic resolutions were this new year. Here’s what they have to say.