Beast on deck: Photography at sea

2.15.2017 News

A Canon, fish-gutty gloves, and seawater: All in a day's work for Joel WoodsThough he considers himself more fisherman than photographer, Joel Woods has made countless images documenting working life on boats. Having spent 20 years earning a living on the sea, he’s learned hard lessons in life and photography, and he’s proved his talent for creative work that captures the hardships and danger inherent in commercial fishing.Woods’ photographs were recently featured in Yankee... Continue Reading >

How to do drone photography

November 2016 issue Business

IN ON THE GROUND FLOORAerial photographer Parker Gyokeres first started experimenting with drone photography as a public affairs photojournalist in the U.S. Air Force. On assignment to document various operations, Gyokeres often wanted to get more elevated perspectives, but he couldn’t get high enough with a ladder or on a building.So Gyokeres started building drones by modifying early remote aircraft to serve as airborne platforms for his camera. Back then in the mid-2000s, Gyokeres and... Continue Reading >

Kenneth C. Holston tells Baltimore rioters’ story

September 2016 issue News

In April 2015, when U.S. Air Force photojournalist Kenneth C. Holston heard news of the riots in Baltimore, he headed straight for the action.“I'd just returned from photographing jets taking off,” says Holston, who was stationed at South Carolina's Shaw Air Force Base at the time. “I saw on CNN things starting to happen in Baltimore and I wanted to cover it. So I got a ticket.” After he flew in, he rented a car and used Google Maps to navigate to the CVS that rioters had just set... Continue Reading >