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George Kamper advertising Photographer,Director in Miami, New York City, LA, Fort Lauderdale, Dallas, Detroit. Commercial photography shooting on location and in studio fashion, advertising, lifestyle, portraits, sports, still life, corporate, food, tourism, casinos, conceptual.Читать далее →
Hailing from Vancouver, Canada, Scott began shooting friends skateboarding as a hobby, before moving up to Whistler when (as he puts it) he was "abducted from high school by a church organization and forced to ski moguls and perform daffy's under 7th Heaven" . His first picture in Transworld Snowboarding was published as early as 1995, and having made a ...Читать далее →
Fabiano Rodrigues was born in Santos, Sao Paulo, 1974. He approached photography through skateboarding, first appearing in photographs as a professional skateboarder, while performing maneuvers through out Brazil and Europe. The interest in composition, in motion capture and architecture, propelled him to photograph other skaters in the city, so as to be recognized both as a photographer and as a skater. ...Читать далее →
Extreme sports photographer Alexandre Socci accompanied professional kayaker Pedro Oliva and his team (including kayakers Ben Stookesberry and Chris Korbulic) as they decided to take on the turbulent waters surrounding Kilauea, an active volcano on the southeast slope of Mauna Loa in south-central Hawaii. Unlike a typical water expedition, though, the group kayaked alongside flows of molten lava as it ...Читать далее →
Ben Franke is a photographer videographer based in NYC. He was born in Washington D.C, grew up in Germany and went to high school in Baltimore, Maryland. That is where he developed his passion for taking pictures after taking photography classes with Julie Stovall and Juan Castro. He went on to study photography at New York University and graduated in ...Читать далее →
NEIL LEIFER’s photography career has spanned over 50 years since becoming a professional while still in his teens. Beginning in 1960, his pictures regularly appeared in every major national magazine, including the Saturday Evening Post, Look, LIFE, Newsweek, Time and, most often, Sports Illustrated. Leifer eventually became a staff photographer for Sports Illustrated before leaving in 1978 to become a staffer ...Читать далее →