During an epic 5,000 mile, 48-hour journey to Brazil for the Summer Olympic Games, sports Illustrated’s Simon Bruty contemplates the danger Rio poses to him as a photographer and the safeguards he will take when moving around the city and venues.
Sports Illustrated photographer Simon Bruty shares the contents of his camera bags for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio!
They aren’t the rock stars, but you can’t have a show without them. They are… the 1st assistants. And to a photographer lucky enough to work with one, they are as indispensable as the camera itself. It takes a village, and they make sure that not only do the trains run on time, but that they actually work. We’ll take a look at what they do, how they do it, and for how long it will last.
On this episode Robert chats with South Korean photographer Shin Woong-Jae about his long term project documenting the devastating effects from production of semiconductors in electronics to the health of humans and electronics. They also discuss his career path from marketing and brand management to his studies at ICP, and becoming a full-time photographer living and working in New York whilst traveling the world working on self-generated projects.
Many of the finest photographers and visual storytellers have made their way to the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia this week, we thought it’d be great to share the social networks of those photographers so you can follow along.