We are pumped for this new blog in our series of interviews with some of the world's most talented photographers. This time we're featuring Mike Carroll, a professional landscape and night photographer who has a passion for moon photography, astrophotography, concert photography, long exposures and cityscapes.
Born and raised in New Jersey, Mike is a former musician who started his craft by photographing live music performances. His dedication towards photography has taken his journey from the sun to the moon and even the Milky Way — It’s all about getting that once in a lifetime shot!
In this interview, you'll get to know Mike and learn about his approach to photography, his favorite subjects and techniques, and his inspirations. Enjoy!
Our second interview in the series is featuring Julian Elliott, an award-winning professional freelance landscape and travel photographer as well as an occasional writer based both in the Loire Valley, France and Wiltshire, England. He is also a Brand Ambassador for Vallerret.
Julian is passionate about capturing landscapes and cityscapes along with the various cultures that inhabit them and has had his photography and stock footage sold across the world in nearly 40 countries through agencies such as Getty Images.
In this interview, you'll get to know Julian and learn about his approach to photography, his favorite subjects and techniques, and his inspirations. Enjoy!
We are thrilled to kick off our NEW blog series featuring interviews with some of the world's most talented photographers.
As a company that specializes in producing photography gloves, we are proud to work with some of the best photographers in the industry.
Our goal with this series is to give you a behind-the-scenes look at the lives and work of these amazing photographers and to share their tips, insights, and inspiration.
In our first interview, we are excited to introduce you to Joseph Large, a US-based international touring photographer, filmmaker, and one of the first FAA commercially licensed drone pilots in the United States.
Night photography means different things to different people. Photographing by starlight in nature and photographing cities at night more or less represent either end of the spectrum of possibilities. There are lots of other scenarios that fall within the realm of night photography, such as auroras, moonlight, and light painting.
Each situation calls for a slightly different approach, but there are some basic settings and procedures that are relevant for almost any nighttime situation. Some are fairly obvious, and some require testing and adjustments based on your specific gear and goals.
For the purpose of this article, we’ll consider optimal image quality to be of utmost importance.
Woodland and forest photography is one of the toughest forms of photography to have success in, for many reasons.
There is always a shot to be had though, in any light, you just haveto be open to any lighting situation and ready for the changing weather conditions.
Today we have an interesting take on getting into woodland and forest photography and our expert is Tom Peters. Tom is a landscape photographer from the UK, specializing mainly in woodland and forest photography, so let’s go through 5 things that Tom does as a part of his routine.