Though the coffee table book is humble, it will always come to the rescue when nothing else seems right.
We caught up with Liam Doran to ask for some tips and tricks to shooting cover-worthy photos.
After a terrifying brush with death two years ago forced the Canadian free-rider to confront his inner demons, a new film seeks to chronicle his spiritual journey.
The strategy: Stick with it, shoot what you love, and stay on the move
Andy Casagrande saw his first shark on TV when he was a kid growing up in New York City, and it immediately captivated him.
Just throwing your camera in the car isn’t enough to create envy-inspiring photographs that take you back to the mountains, ocean, or desert long after you’ve returned to the office.
Scott Rogers enjoys slacklining, skydiving, and BASE jumping for fun. For him, photography has always been about two things: friends and fears.
Shooting 50,000 images for a 12-image assignment, surviving sub-zero temperatures, and being willing to just wait (for months)—all in a day's work for Paul Nicklen.
Out of the hundreds of endurance events San Francisco-based photographer Larry Rosa has covered, last month's Israman triathlon in Eilat, Israel, might be the most remarkable with its scenery,...