Artist Interviewsby Jain Lemos
On reaching the place where pictures are created by imagination.
An endless quest to capture the most interesting corners in outdoor action.
Get to know Inti, who has recently joined APA’s National Board, and find out how she uses her enthusiastic knack for life to bring out the best in us.
How this star-crossed team transitioned from news to active outdoors imagery.
On mixing his efforts between commercial and pro-bono work.
Her images not only look amazing, they feel terrific, too.
Teasing humanistic beauty out of everyday situations. Fernando has a gold-star formula for depicting all types of people.
On chasing challenges in every genre and style. As a commercial-conceptual-travel-aerial-photographer, Andrei worries the most about being uninspired. So far, he seems to be doing quite well at sidestepping ruts.
Photographer Cindy Miller Hopkins captured an extremely rare instance of five penguin species together in the South Sandwich Islands, a shot that is poised to have a major impact in safeguarding globally significant wildlife in the South Atlantic.
Mark Leibowitz travels on assignment up to seven months a year, most often to Europe for his fashion work and to Brazil for his lifestyle and travel work.
My chat with time-lapse specialist, the fearless up-and-coming, Evan Ludes.
Known as “The Storm Whisperer” Lisius has perhaps some of the deepest knowledge of capturing severe weather in the country.