Who is Karl Inge Punsvik? From Norway – the professional photographer shoots both wedding and real estate. What are his secrets? How did he get started? Meet Karl on Photix Photog Friday.
Sam Coran shoots professionally – in the desert landscape of Dubai – in Thailand – where ever his work takes him. Photography for me, is more than art and passion, it’s my life. I am nothing without it , he says.
Sam Dickinson is a frequent contributor to the Phottix Group on flickr. His images are stunning and have been previously featured on the Phottix Journal. How does Sam do it? What makes him tick? Read the following Q&A and get some insight into how he works on Phottix’s Photog Friday.
Photog Friday returns after long hiatus. Meet Jose Antunes. The Portugal-based Canon shooter is a busy guy. A writer, editor, author and photographer…
Phottix’s Photog Friday interview feature storms back from hiatus. Today meet HK shooter Michael Loh. A mixed lighting photo by Michael was featured recently on the journal – after perusing his photostream on feature we thought it best to get to know him better.
In this week’s Photo Friday we meet an up-and-comer residing in Hong Kong. Warren Henricus started shooting 4 years ago, and now at 17 years of age he uses a Nikon D5000. Gear doesn’t matter, says Warren, the photographer does. What kind of work does Warren like to do? What are his thoughts on photography? Read on…
“Considering lurking in stormwater drains may be considered as, an unlawful act, then I’m sure you’ll appreciate my head shot,” said Man Underground in introductory email.
Michael Steverson describes himself as a former jack-of-all-trades — master-of-none kind of guy. That was his past – his present in incredibly stunning photographs from China. His street portraits and documentary images from China tell a story.
What a pious lad from Canada’s east coast doing in Taiwan? Shooting photos. Josh Ellis says he’ll go anywhere or do anything to get a great shot. His images of Asian culture and Taiwan’s landscape are a breath-taking reminder of how diverse our world is.
Edward Hor caught the photography bug as a teenager. The darkroom, developing film and prints – then the digital world and progressing to glamour photography. Edward shoots portraits that many photographers dream about: Pretty models in a variety of locales.