Mike Hipple: Artists of the El Cap

Home to countless artists and the occasional ghost, the El Capitan apartment building is an icon in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. Building owner Alvin Hendricks has long supported the artistic community in this town through his fair housing. His first priorities in finding new tenants are referrals and personal interviews from which he’s created a…

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Jesse Untracht-Oakner's night and day.

“The decisive moment,” what Henri Cartier-Bresson called that nano second when the event captured on film expresses the perfect alignment of form, image and significance—that’s what Jesse Untracht-Oakner strives for with his photographs. “I wait for the picture to appear, rather than force it to happen.” Jesse pays close attention to light—both natural and augmented—in…

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Jason Bergman

Jason Bergman‘s an Editorial and Portrait photographer based in New York. Bergman’s work is focused on the music scene. Bergman is prolific – working with a lot of dynamic publications, he finds himself making both photographic and video work. Always busy, Bergman wanders across the globe and uses his camera as a time machine to…

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Angela Datre and her boys.

New York based Editorial photographer, Angela Datre shoots a multitude of subject matter. From concerts, sports to portraits – Angela ambles between her narratives loosely and effortlessly. Datre’s images are natural, romantic and almost, to an extent, classic. In contrast to most of mainstream sports images, Datre opts for a calmer, warmer atmosphere that invites…

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Amy Lombard: Barbie Dream House

Amy Lombard’s “Barbie Dream House” was shot inside the life-size, 26-900-square-foot “Barie Dreamhouse Experience” located in East Berlin. Funny, absurd and definitely at times, terrifying, Lombard’s photographs examine a manifestation of a pop culture iconography in a foreign, physical space. Amy Lombard was born and raised just outside of Philadelphia, PA. In 2008, she moved…

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Lavender Chang: Portraits

In her personal work, Singaporean based photographer, Lavender Chang maintains an interest in conceptually driven images. Through her photographs, Chang taps into the subtle nuances of her surroundings. Her images are sensitive. Chang treats her photographs like a canvas: images are collaged, overlaid, painted over. Featured in this article, Chang’s editorial portraits demonstrate her interest…

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Brian Finke: Frat Boys

Brian Finke is one busy photographer. Known for his high contrast images, Finke is widely regarded for his prolific editorial work. “Frat Boys” is one of Finke’s more controversial work. Shot in 2005, the series was originally a commission for a magazine story exploring the ascendancy of frat boy fashion. Chiseled bodies drenched with sweat…

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Portfolio: Emiliano Granado

Emiliano Granado creates lush, travel photographs that embrace its viewers with warm open arms. Granado is one of the creators, alongside Daniel Palsey, of Yonder Journal, a project dedicated to the American wilderness. Shot mostly in medium format, Granado has the ability to catch natural light in such a grandiose way. The landscapes and the…

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A Short Introduction from Lisa

My first job after art school was producing photo shoots for high-end fashion photographers. While fashion photographs sparked my interest in photography, I quickly became less interested in shoes and dresses and wanted to discuss why fashion imagery mattered in the first place. I then somehow became involved in the beauty industry. That has presented…

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A short introduction from Alex

It’s been a long time coming, but it’s finally here. I have to be honest, writing never really comes naturally to me. I just wanted to a bit of time to briefly introduce myself, and talk about Lintroller and what it is. Hopefully I won’t come across as too much of a douche at the…

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