August 2012

The Travel & Location Photography Issue

© Martin Morrell/Condé Nast Traveller (U.K.)

© Martin Morrell/Condé Nast Traveller (U.K.) An image Martin Morrell shot in Burma in February 2012 for the UK edition of Condé Nast Traveller.

PDNews
A Q&A with Massoud Hossaini about his Pulitzer Prize-winning photo, and his work in Afghanistan; Ben Ingham on covering the Tour of Rwanda bike race; how Magadalena Wosinska applied everything she learned as an assistant to landing clients and launching her career.
BY DAVID WALKER AND MEGHAN AHEARN

THE TRAVEL & LOCATION ISSUE

Into the Wild
Wildlife photographer and conservationist Florian Schulz dedicates his life to telling the stories of the planet’s imperiled ecosystems. Schulz spoke with PDN about his new book,
a compelling look at the Arctic, and what it takes to create images that do it justice.
BY CONOR RISCH

On the Edge
An interview with Carsten Peter, who is known for doing whatever it takes to capture images in any conditions, from the crater of a volcano to the interior of a glacier.
BY HOLLY STUART HUGHES

Travelling in Style
How three top travel photographers re ned their photographic styles to create images that communicate more than just the beauty of a location.
BY CONOR RISCH, MEGHAN AHEARN AND HOLLY STUART HUGHES

Home and Away
Excerpts from the journal entries collected in Ed Kashi’s new book, Witness Number Eight: Photojournalisms, and from the afterword by his wife, Julie Winokur, offer a glimpse of a marriage and partnership coping with the career demands of photojournalism.
BY ED KASHI AND JULIE WINOKUR 

CREATE

Spotlight: Balancing Creative and Client Focus
Jamie Appelbaum, senior art producer at McGarry Bowen, on choosing the right photographer for every advertising assignment.
BY HOLLY STUART HUGHES

Client Meeting: The Road Less Traveled
The newly redesigned Travel+Leisure relies on big, bold images that break with travel photography convention to deliver a combination of inspiration and information to its restless readers.
BY CONOR RISCH

The winners’ gallery for The Great outdoors photo contest begins 

TECH

How I Got That Shot: Lighting Black Rubber
In shooting a portrait of an artist, Max Hirshfeld concentrated on the challenge of illuminating her sculpture, which absorbed light.

Objects of Desire
Nikon Nikkor 6mm f/2.8 Fisheye, Saatchi Gallery Hasselblad T-Shirts, BlackRapid LensBling
Cap System, Ilott Vintage Limited Edition Range nder Cameras.

Product Reviews
The Fuji lm X-Pro1 is tested by Bob Rose; reviews of the Tamron SP 24-70mm F/2.8 Di VC USD (Model A007) and WD My Book Thunderbolt Duo.

Frames Per Second: Interviewing 101
Tips for getting and recording the best on-camera interview possible.
BY GREG SCOBLETE

10 Camera Bags & Cases to Suit Every Style

Exposures
In a new book of conceptual portraits of famous people, Chris Buck explores the signi cance of celebrity and how photographic tricks can manipulate perception; a new book by Yaakov Israel tells the story of the Israeli photographer’s years-long search for understanding within his country’s borders.
BY CONOR RISCH