In Conversation: Susan Burnstine (Part II)

Cynthia Haynes

Susan Burnstine creates her own cameras to create the images that her dreams are made of.
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In Conversation: Susan Burnstine (Part I)

Cynthia Haynes

Susan Burnstine makes her own cameras and lenses, and what she creates with her handmade gear is what dreams are made of.
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In Conversation: Oded Wagenstein

Cynthia Haynes

Find out how and why National Geographic photographer Oded Wagenstein makes emotional, vulnerable portraits that speak to cultures around the world.
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In Conversation: Laurent Breillat

Cynthia Haynes

Laurent Breillat's Strangers in Gondolas is a series of story slices that are emotional, engaging, and relatable.
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In Conversation: Satoki Nagata

Cynthia Haynes

Like the crisp halos of light that surround people on the street, Satoki Nagata's Lights in Chicago series is a breath of icy fresh air.
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In Conversation: Kate Densmore

Cynthia Haynes

Home isn't just a place; it's a feeling. We asked Kate Densmore about her art of photographing family.
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Making the Image: David Adam Edelstein

Cynthia Haynes

Wonder how certain images direct your eye, your mind, and your imagination in a certain way? Walk through the entire process of creating one image with David Adam Edelstein.
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In Conversation: David Adam Edelstein

Cynthia Haynes

Semi-abstract street photographer David Adam Edelstein creates images that not only make you look twice, but invite you to finish the story.
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In Conversation: Piet Van den Eynde

Cynthia Haynes

Find out how Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Certified Expert Piet Van den Eynde made portraits on his recent trip to India and what choices he made in post-processing.
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In Conversation: Cristina Mittermeier

Cynthia Haynes

We caught up with National Geographic photographer and conservationist Cristina Mittermeier and asked her a few questions about how she tells the stories of the world with her camera.
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In Conversation: Paul Nicklen

Cynthia Haynes

Paul Nicklen has published his first-ever eBook, Photographing Wild: Techniques of a National Geographic Photographer, and beyond what he reveals in the book, we asked him a few questions about who he...
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In Conversation: John Paul Caponigro

Cynthia Haynes

Influenced by the relationship between man and nature, John Paul Caponigro's latest series, Revelation, is just that: a visual revelation.     
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