Category Archives: Portraiture

Photographing New York Comic Con – by C.S. Muncy

NYC Comic Con

Photographer C.S. Muncy covered the NYC Comic Con and shares some etiquette tips.

Using the Flashpoint Xplor 600 HSS for on-location Jungle Portraits – by C.S. Muncy

106th Rescue Wing Conducts Jungle Survival Training

Photographer C.S. Muncy reviews the Flashpoint Xplor 600 HSS TTL Battery-Powered Monolight.

Kansas City Veteran Portrait Project – by John Howe

Lest We Forget

Photographer John Howe has taken portraits of over 100 veterans for his ongoing Kansas City Veteran Portrait Project.

Eye Photo – Portraits of Monterey County – by Nic Coury

The Skater Mom - Alex White.

Monterey-based photographer Nic Coury shares a collection of portraits of locals.

The Search for the Perfect Backdrop – by C.S. Muncy

backdrops

NYC-based photographer C.S. Muncy compares 3 different backdrops he’s used for portraits.

Portraits at the Armored Combat League World Cup – by C.S. Muncy

armored combat league

Photographer C.S. Muncy photographed the Armored Combat League World Cup and took some portraits.

Shooting Portraits at New York Comic Con – by C.S. Muncy

comic con

NYC-based photographer C.S. Muncy covered the NYC Comic Con and shares some tips.

Laura Jo Degan for Newsweek – by Eric Kayne

Laura Jo Degan

Houston, TX-based photographer Eric Kayne photographed an assignment for a special section of Newsweek titled “Then & Now.” I’m proud to have my first-ever tearsheet from Newsweek magazine. We had a subscription to Newsweek growing up and I always looked forward to it. At the time, there was no internet and I wouldn’t have seen

150 Portraits of My Patients – by Oliver Weber

Patient Portraits

Photographer and physician Oliver Weber shares his new photo project featuring portraits of his patients.

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.