Travis Huggett is a New York photographer who works mainly in portraiture and a bit of fashion photography. Travis started out shooting bands for smaller music publications. Out of college he assisted with some great photographers where, he feels, he learned something different from each of them which ultimately led him to discover that he […]
Join Daniel Norton for a a FREE demo day with Hasselblad and Sunbounce as we hit the streets of NYC and show you how to shape the natural light for amazing portraits! Working in natural light can be both rewarding and challenging. See how the tools from Sunbounce allow you to shape the light to your vision […]
Spring is finally here! And those of us who aren’t partial to venturing out in inclement weather, photo gear in hand, will likely be dusting off our cameras and getting some much-anticipated shooting done this month. Digital Camera World offers a few ideas for photo projects to try this month. Here are some of my […]
Tomorrow is the longest night of the year. It marks the return of the sun and the beginning of the end of winter. We can look forward to shorter nights and longer days ahead. With only 9 hours 15 minutes and 15 seconds of daylight tomorrow, why not make the most of the longest night […]
You’ve got everything you need for a productive day of shooting in the city: Camera, lenses, filters, cleaning kit, SD cards, etc. You’re all set. Or are you?...Below are five non-photography items that you might not want to overlook.
Photographer and UC Berkeley Assistant Professor Richard Koci Hernandez goes eyes-on.
Arias posits the digital camera industry--from Phase One to Polaroid--as characters in a bar. Guess who walks in?
Tucked in the corner of “Weegee: Naked City,” the unmissable show now on at Steven Kasher Gallery through February 25th, is an equally riveting set of street photographs documenting New York in the decade after Weegee’s prolific period in the thirties and forties. While Weegee scrambled through the night after leads from a police radio […]