Archive — Photojournalism

Photographer Chip Kalback (www.chipkalback.com) is an independent photographer based out of Denver, Colorado who shoots commercial and editorial photography with a focus on lifestyle sports and music.  He is represented by Wonderful Machine.  We caught up with him in his busy schedule to ask specifically about how he gets his fantastic concert and music shots. Pictureline:  First, how does a...
Dawn Kish (www.dawnkishphotography.com) is an Arizona-based photojournalist and outdoor photographer.  She is represented by National Geographic Images and contributes as well to Aurora Photos and Getty Images.  Her photographs seem to match her personality: interesting, exciting, and full of life.  Her work has appeared on the covers of many magazines and she currently holds a position at the prestigious Arizona...
Kent Miles (www.kentmiles.com) is a native of Salt Lake City, Utah who graduated from the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles.  He has worked with the Center for Documentary Arts (CDA) for more than 25 years and was a principal contributor to many CDA exhibit and book projects. In 1987, he was selected as one of the "Top...
Photographer Jorge Uzon has been a photojournalist for the Agence France-Presse (AFP) from the years of 1996 to 2004, working in Guatemala and then in Mexico City.  He has worked as an independent photographer since then, photographing two major projects: in Bolivia (2006-2008) on social changes since Evo Morales became president and one in Patagonia (2008-2011), on the struggle between...
With the advent of digital imaging--both in capturing and distributing--came the inevitable change in how people consume the events of the world.  The days are dwindling in which the printed newspaper and magazine were the only ways to discover the happenings of society.  The major shift in image distribution has left the world of photojournalism in a strange place.  With...
I was more than happy to learn about the new Lowepro Pro Messenger 200 AW camera bag in a Canadian landscape magazine last week.  My biases when I review products lean toward a combination of functionality, aesthetics, and construction.  These three aspects of soft goods make items like camera bags into functional, beautiful, and long-lasting pieces of equipment that are...