As part of our ongoing series, we met Over Coffee with photojournalist, wedding photographer, and product photographer, Shawn Inglima at The Flat's BKSpeed Coffee to talk documentary, harried brides, and going Nat Geo.  A photojournalist by training, Shawn Inglima knows what it...
Art museums have a bad reputation. There are now generations of people who associate those imposing halls with angry chaperones, hot school busses, and painfully boring afternoons. After all, you can only force a 6th grader to stare at...
Sigma Pro Liam Doran shares his camera bag essentials including safety gear, lenses, and (of course) his camera. I have a few different photo bag setups for myriad shooting situations but right now we are in the heart of winter...
It's time for another seasonal show roundup! This fall, there's a lot to be thankful for. From Joel Meyerowitz's haunting Between the Dog and the Wolf to the vibrant Women in Color exhibition at Rubber Factory, these are our top 5 photography shows to...
Venezuelan Photojournalist Adriana Loureiro Fernandez, 29, never intended to get so political. “I didn't even plan on getting involved with the resistance, but it was impossible to see everything happening and not be a part of it,” she says....
Jason Lau works at 190th street. Well, not at exactly, but throughout Spanish Harlem.  “When I’m walking , I think ‘oh my god – that’s a good shot! I need to come back.’” The mailman turned amateur photographer turned...