Eds note: Robert Caplin is everywhere: Exclusive access to the Biebs (If you’re not a teenage girl, that’s Justin Bieber). Running the successful photo blog The Photo Brigade. Being just a kick-ass photographer and traveling the globe doing what he does best. He generously took the time to chat about his rolling with celebrities and [...]
Photos © Jean Fruth Eds Note: Brad Mangin is baseball photography. That’s it. He breathes it. Lives it. Owns it. If you’ve seen a kick-ass baseball photo over a double-truck in a magazine lately, I’d gamble it’s his. It was truly a pleasure to have him make a frame while on assignment for Sports [...]
Eds note: FOCUSED has blessed me with many things: inspiration. excitement. passion. stress. happiness. All this multiplied as a result of hearing the stories from around the globe of the cameras being put to use. One thing I could have never predicted was that one little idea from a napkin would put me in contact [...]
Photo © Erika Schultz Eds note: I’ve asked some of the first FOCUSED photographers to document their time with the camera. A dear friend and amazing photographer, Sol Neelman (above, after making his frame), fresh off a stellar book release of his life project documenting Weird Sports, which is being currently being featured in such [...]
Just added a cool new feature to the site, where you can now track the pathways, mileage, and destination at any given point over the next year of the project! Very exciting to know that even on launch there is thousands of miles of travel already covered. CHECK THE MAP HERE The 50mm kit (see [...]
Photo © Ami Vitale Check out FOCUSED in the always inspiring The New Yorker Photo Booth blog! It has a wonderful story about the project, but more importantly has a great selection of photos and discusion about the decisive moment from 11 of the 200 photographers participating in FOCUSED including Scott Strazzante, Ami Vitale, Richard Koci Hernandez, Melissa [...]
FOCUSED is featured over at Wired on popular Raw File blog! Many thanks to Jakob Schiller for the story/interview. Go check it out…here.