Adventure photography has taken its place as a component of the broader commercial market. Characterized by stunning, hard-to-reach locations and demanding conditions, gear can be critical to getting the shot. These days, mirrorless’ features make it the format of choice.
This week I spoke with professional motorsports photographer Drew Gibson to find out what 10 things he couldn’t live without in his camera bag. With clients such as Aston Martin and Top Gear, Drew certainly knows his way around motorsports photography.
You’re a professional photographer using cameras to make a living, and you suddenly end up with no cameras in your possession. What do you do?
A bit of brainstorming in an uncertain time for photographers.
Today, an open letter to the one who knows me best.
In order to effectively reach your clients as a photographer, you must first know what product you are selling.
Are you at a stage in your photography career where you would benefit from being represented by an agency? What are the things you should be aware of before you start sending out your portfolio?
When you decide to make a video with one of the world’s best professional drivers on a closed track showing off the power of a supercar, you make sure to do it right and spare no expense.
How serious are you about making this crazy photography game full time? It is an amazing feeling to get to create every day, but are you forgetting to do the other eighty percent of what is needed to survive?