Category: Featured Photographers

Reaching New Heights with Commercial Action and Lifestyle Photographer Ross Woodhall

There’s a certain magic in the mountains. Hikers, athletes and explorers often speak of the awe-inspiring views and unforgettable moments they experience when reaching the summit or shredding down slopes. For photographer Ross Woodhall, a pure passion for snowboarding in the 90s led to a grand adventure in the mountains of Europe and New Zealand,…

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Photographers… Tell Us About Your Go-To Gear

Every superhero has their utility belt. At PhotoShelter, we often think of photographers and photojournalists as heroes in their own right. And while experience and imagination will always make up the lion’s share of your creative vision, the gear you carry and the programs you use undoubtedly play a major role in how it all…

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Webinar: Get More Out of Photo Mechanic and the PhotoShelter Plug-in


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There’s no shortage of options when it comes to software geared toward helping professional photographers. Yet some names have stood the test of time — and for good reason. One example? Photo Mechanic. On Wednesday, November 9th at 12pm ET, we’re teaming up with Photo Mechanic’s Director of Marketing, Mick Orlosky, and PhotoShelter member Carl…

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Tips, Tricks and Treats for Purrfecting Pet Photography

If you didn’t know already, the team at PhotoShelter is a little obsessed with our cats and dogs (not to mention birds and one seriously cute hedgehog too!). Throughout the week, we share photos and updates of our furry friends with each other via Slack, and it’s always extra exciting when a new pet is…

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Adventure Awaits: Hiking, Cycling and Photographing with Leonardo Brasil

An outdoor adventure is always exciting. Bringing a camera along can make a world of a difference. Sometimes snapping a photo while out on a hike can leave you with a lasting memory, a print to sell or a story to tell. For Leonardo Brasil, seeing the Rocky Mountains changed the course of his career.…

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Celebrating World Photography Day 2022

World Photography Day… It’s like our Christmas morning or Super Bowl Sunday. While we are always celebrating the art and practice of photography, today is a chance to really set our focus (see what we did there? 📸) on the driving force behind our business and our creative community at large. Photography brings people together.…

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We asked photographers: Why do you love photography?

Our love for photography runs deep. We are, after all, a company founded by photographers driven by a passion to help creative people thrive. In a world that’s hungry for connection, photography has become universally loved and appreciated across cultures and generations. It’s a language we can all understand and an art form that never…

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WATCH: Live Portfolio Review with Chris Parkes


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For award-winning photographer and PhotoShelter member Chris Parkes, portfolio reviews have provided some of the most impactful feedback in his career. They helped shape him into the photographer he wanted to be. Now he’s paying it forward. Through the on-air review of anonymous images, Chris is outlining what makes an image more or less successful and…

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7 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Your Next Portfolio Review


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Should that photo really be included in your portfolio review? Let’s talk about it.  Portfolio reviews work because they provide a level of objectivity few of us are able to reach ourselves. A good editor has no emotional ties to the photos they’re looking at and therefore provides indispensable perspective and feedback.  As artists, we…

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Why Wildlife and Travel Photographers Kike Calvo and Shannon Wild Use PhotoShelter

Heading out into the wilderness and traveling the world through various climates and time zones can present a lot of challenges for photographers. One in particular is the question of where and how to store all of your files (both RAW or unedited images and final selects) when you’re always on the move.  Photographers’ needs…

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