Former Photo Intern Treks Across the US with Chef Adam Roberts

Ever wonder how the chefs do it? Self-proclaimed, amateur home cook Adam Roberts has written a cookbook that takes the guesswork out of cooking. “Secrets of the Best Chefs” promises to be the only recipe book you’ll ever need. Shadowing the nation’s top 50 chefs (Alice Waters, Lidia Bastianich and Nancy Silverton, to name a few), Roberts has taken over 150 mouth-watering signature recipes and translated them into an at-home version, no culinary degree necessary.

Skip Cohen is Back

Skip Cohen is back. As the former President of Hasselblad USA,  the past President/Chief Operating Officer of Rangefinder Publishing Inc., the current President...

Dick Was My Boss by retail

Introducing a new line of fashion fit for photographers: retail™ In conjunction with our winter 2013 issue feature, Assisting Avedon, our debut retail release...

No Pants Day Photography

Created in 2001 by Charlie Todd, the ever-amusing New York-based prop collective, Improv Everywhere just pulled off its 12th Annual No Pants Subway Ride on Sund...

Fiilex LED Lights

By Janet Alexander--DiCon Lighting, a 27 year old Richmond, California based LED lighting designer and manufacturer, just launched a new brand: Fiilex. With...

Photography Fellowships

New Year, new you, right? Below is a list of fellowship programs that fit right up your resolution alley except, of course, things actually get done.Living ...

Manfrotto’s New Stile Bags

Manfrotto is proving once again that they've got a stylish edge: or Stile if you will. At CES 2013, the company unveiled their new Stile line of camera bags that they're touting as combining Italian style with functionality and protection for your camera gear. The bags sport lots of pockets, removable padded inserts, and a choice of black, blue or dove colors to suit their own wardrobe. The new Stile line is made up of backpacks, slings, messengers, small shoulder bags, holsters and pouches.