NO PHOTOS: Why the Monterey County Weekly Isn’t Running Professional Camera Photos from the Aerosmith Concert in Salinas – by Nic Coury

A full grandstand awaits Aerosmith's set at the Salinas Sports Complex.

Photographer Nic Coury decided to shoot a recent Aerosmith concert only with his iPhone in protest to the restrictive photo contract he was forced to sign in order to cover for the Monterey County Weekly.

Dave Geffin – Improve Your Visual Eye, Invest In Film

Dave Geffin

Photographer and videographer Dave Geffin talks about how going back to shooting film has been the best investment for his digital stills and motion work.

RISCX – by Cengiz Yar


Chicago-based photographer Cengiz Yar shares photos of the RISC class in NYC, a nonprofit organization which provides battlefield first aid training to freelance conflict journalists.

Wolves + Wolf Therapy for OZY – by Kendrick Brinson


L.A.-based photographer Kendrick Brinson was literally thrown into the wolf pack while shooting an article about wolf therapy.

Down by the Boardwalk – by Jonathan Hanson

Jonathan Hanson

Photographer Jonathan Hanson recently moved from Baltimore to L.A. and started a new series, “Down by the Boardwalk”.

Lomography Minitar Art Lens Review – by C.S. Muncy

Lomography Minitar

NYC-based photographer C.S. Muncy reviews the Lomography Minitar lens.

Photo Brigade Podcast #78 with Daniel Sullivan

Daniel Sullivan

On this episode Robert Caplin chats with Daniel Sullivan, a Maui, Hawaii-based photographer currently working on his second book about the ancient Kings Highway around the island.

Canon 11-24mm f/4 Lens Review – by Ric Tapia

Canon 11-24mm

L.A.-based photographer Ric Tapia reviews the Canon 11-24mm f/4 lens.

Bishwa Ijtema 2015 in Bangladesh for Getty – by Allison Joyce

Bishwa Ijtema

Photographer Allison Joyce shares photos of Bishwa Ijtema in Tongi, Bangladesh, the second largest gathering of Muslims in the world.

Cinema Vehicles for The Wall Street Journal – by David Walter Banks

Cinema Vehicle Services

L.A.-based photographer David Walter Banks took photos at Cinema Vehicles Services, the #1 supplier of Hollywood movie cars.