Peter Read Miller is an amazing Sports Illustrated photographer I wrote about for WIRED.com. I touch on his storied career, his new sports photography book and his upcoming sports photography workshop. He is more than willing to share his tips of capturing great sports photos.
Read the article to learn more:
Click on the image above to learn more about Jeff Frost’s incredible time-lapse photography in this article I wrote for WIRED. (photo by Jeff Frost)
I interviewed artist Jeff Frost for WIRED.com about the amazing short films he creates using time-lapse photography.
Check it out here: http://www.wired.com/rawfile/2013/10/jeff-frost-time-lapse-photography/
Click on the photo above to read more about Frank Bott’s motorcycle photography in this article I wrote for WIRED. (photo by Frank Bott)
Frank Bott is a tireless man who has dedicated countless hours to perfecting his motorcycle photography. I spoke with him for WIRED.com recently and he shared some of his Gorgeous Motorcycle Portraits Made With a Gigantic DIY Lighting Rig.
Getty staff photographer, Ezra Shaw, had extensive coverage of America’s Cup in San Francisco. Click on the image to read more about it in this article I wrote for WIRED. (photo by Ezra Shaw / Getty Images)
Getty Images staff photographer Ezra Shaw’s coverage of the America’s Cup this year was incomparable. I spoke with him for WIRED.com recently and he explained how managed to capture these great photos of the America’s Cup from land, sea, and air.
Buenos Aires Archbishop, Jorge Mario Bergoglio walks in a procession in Buenos Aires, Argentina on May 28, 2005. In 2013 he was elected as the 266th pontiff for the Roman Catholic Church, taking the name Pope Francis. (photo by Joe Gosen) (Joe Gosen)
I always hear or read about photographers finding little gems in their photo archives. Today I have one of those stories of my own.
The back story: In 2005 I traveled to Buenos Aires, Argentina, with six Brooks Institute Visual Journalism students as part of an international documentary class I was teaching. On one particular day five of us went to a rally in the city center (Plaza de Mayo) where I happened to take a picture of a priest walking among the people in the procession. I filed away the picture with some others I shot that day, not really giving it a second look.
Fast forward to today: I was skimming the headlines on my iPhone and saw a picture of the newly elected pope. His face looked familiar. I immediately looked through the pictures I shot while in Argentina and quickly realized that the priest I had photographed eight years earlier was actually the archbishop of Buenos Aires, Jorge Mario Bergolio, who is now known as Pope Francis.
Lesson learned: This was another good reminder for me of why we should always try and hold onto our pictures, even the outtakes. We just don’t know the potential historical value of our images in a given moment. This photo also served as a good reminder of the value of maintaining a good system for archiving work. I was happy to have found the picture I shot so long ago in just a matter of minutes.
Reporter Ari Karpel met with the sound designers for Quentin Tarantino’s “Django Unchained.” Sound re-recording mixer, Mike Minkler, and Wylie Stateman, supervising sound editor for the film, explain how the process of the opening moments of the film. Have a listen to the KCRW report.