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The Photo Markets Issue
Diana Markosian traveled to Armenia to find her father, and picked up her camera to cope with her sense of longing and loss. Personal Work That Lands Assignments: Chicago photographer Marcus Smith’s sports documentary projects have led to assignments from Nike and its subsidiary Jordan Brand. What’s Your Niche? Kris Graves, staff photographer at the Guggenheim Museum, describes the tools and techniques for photographing priceless works of art. A rare interview with Josef Koudelka, excerpted from his talk at Look3 Festival of the Photograph.
BY DAVID WALKER
THE PHOTO MARKETS ISSUE
5 Smaller Markets Photographers are Big On
A report on ve photo markets where photographers say they’ve found a balance between quality of life and opportunities for work.
Health care agencies are now hiring photographers in a wide variety of genres and specialties to create pharmaceutical ads that stand out.
BY KRIS WILTON
Spotlight: The Great Outdoors
The design director and photography director at Field & Stream discuss the recent changes at the venerable magazine, and how they nd photography that presents hunting and fishing in a fresh way.
BY MEGHAN AHEARN
How I Got That Shot: Fashioning a Big Splash
How still-life photographer Bill Cahill captured the effervescence of Champagne, sculpted to look like a punctuation mark.
BY HOLLY STUART HUGHES
Objects of Desire
The Trakdot Luggage Tracker; Gura Gear Sabi Sack; Lomography Konstruktor; Arca-Swiss monoball Z1g+
Hands-on tests of the Adobe Photoshop Creative Cloud, Lowel GL-1 Power LED and Fuji lm X100S.
BY THEANO NIKITAS AND JESSE WILL
Frames Per Second: A Corporate Story, Told By a Journalist
Tim Matsui has landed several multimedia assignments for the communications department of a large company by demonstrating that he knows how to nd good subjects, and share their stories across platforms.
BY HOLLY STUART HUGHES
5 Fab Medium-Format Cameras
The love affair continues for photographers enamored of the “medium-format look.”
BY MICHAEL MCENANEY
During four summers in Cobh, Ireland, Doug DuBois photographed a small group of local teens on the verge of adulthood; how a visit to a brick quarry in rural Burkina Faso changed David Pace’s perspective, photography and life.
BY DZANA TSOMONDO