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Adrian Sommeling’s dreamy composites star his son


February 2017 issue News

Can a child ride a rhinoceros? In Adrian Sommeling's fantastical photo series starring his son, yes. The photographer was inspired to create this image after reading a story in the newspaper about the near extinction of the northern white rhinoceros. “I wanted to create a kind of image where the rhino fights back,” he says.The photo of his son was captured in a friend’s studio, with the boy sitting on the back of a large chair. “To make it as realistic as possible, my son had to be at... Continue Reading >

Jerry Uelsmann: His story is untitled


October 2016 issue Profiles

What is Jerry Uelsmann up to with his photomontages? You’ll have to figure IT out yourselfAs he leads a visitor through his modernist Florida home and into his three-room photo studio that’s chockablock with cartoons (some naughty, some nice) pinned to the walls, shelf after shelf of antique cameras, assorted doll heads, offbeat toys, drawings from artist friends, witty posters, miscellaneous Victoriana, thousands of contact sheets, prints, and more flotsam and jetsam that’s washed up... Continue Reading >

All together now


August 2016 issue Business

10 families, 5 studios, 1 heirloom printCamaraderie and community are difficult to quantify … until you need them. When you do, the power of a strong, supportive professional network becomes invaluable.That’s what Betty Huth, M.Photog.Cr., CPP, API, and Edward Booth, M.Photog.Cr, CPP, API, owners of Huth & Booth Photography in Riverview, Florida, found out last year when they were exploring ways to make a dream project real for one of their clients.SituationThe episode began when... Continue Reading >
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