Interview: Jonathan Moore

Interview: Jonathan Moore

Originally from the small town of Athens, TN, Jonathan Moore had always had an eye for the arts, wishing to expand his ideas and visions into any medium possible. His passion for photography in particular took off when he was gifted a digital camera; paired with his love for hiking, landscape photography was an obvious route.

Film in Digital Age

Film in Digital Age

While my story with film at this point is only beginning, I wanted to speak with some photographers who have been shooting film much longer than I, to learn why they have chosen to shoot film in a time when digital photography is king.

Interview: Daniel Ernst

Interview: Daniel Ernst

A 28 year-old, self-taught outdoor photographer from Frankfurt, Germany, Daniel Ernst often finds himself traveling to remote places around the world to capture the beauty of nature. Having begun as a portrait photographer, it was not until he started bringing his subjects out on hiking trips that he truly realized the beauty that the world has to offer. At that point, he focused more heavily on landscapes, being sure to include people for a variety of reasons.

Interview: Blake Simpson

Interview: Blake Simpson

Based out of Southern California, Blake Simpson is a young landscape photographer who has already accomplished so much. In an effort to better understand and preserve the environment we all love so much, Blake studied Civil and Environmental Engineering at UCLA. He’s even worked with brands such as Red Bull, Visit Mammoth, Vice Magazine, and MeringCarson! Blake is definitely a photographer you should keep your eye on.

Exploring New York: Panoramic Releases

Exploring New York: Panoramic Releases

Releasing images for print is something that I take very seriously. A lot of time goes into each of my pieces of art, from the time I press the shutter to printing off a small proof, to going back into my editing software and fine-tuning the images to get the best result. Each photograph I release has been waiting months to be revealed. It has sat, waiting patiently, being tweaked here and there, printed once, twice, three times, all to ensure the highest possible quality.