Travel Photography

Christopher Wilson for Smithsonian Magazine

You may not notice it at first glance but each of these tribesmen is not like the other. Each portrait highlights a man or woman from three of the prominent tribes in Tanzania, the Hadza, the Masai and the Barabaig, each with different markings or body modifications that indicate which tribe they belong to.

Even though these men and women share differences in tradition, native tongue and mating rituals, all three tribes are facing threats with their traditional ways of living.

Because of this, Smithsonian Magazine sent Christopher Wilson on a mission to travel to the remote, desolate lands of Tanzania in order to capture these groups in a period of time where they are still able to live like their ancestors did. The resulting portraits are striking, and reminiscent of the people and their spirit, with every image showcasing the unique attributes of each tribesman.

Browse through Christopher’s work through his AtEdge portfolio and his website.

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Dean Bradshaw for Amref Health Africa UK

Dean Bradshaw (represented by CPi Reps) has recently been working on a photo series for Amref Health Africa UK that tells the story of contemporary African womanhood by telling their stories as individuals, and not victims.

Read more about the project here.

Explore more of Dean’s work through his AtEdge portfolio and his site: deanbradshaw.com.

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Braden Summers for Target x Accompany

Target recently announced its latest collaboration with ethically-sourced online marketplace, Accompany, to create winning ethically produced items for an approachable price.

Braden Summers was lucky enough to get to travel to 6 different countries on 5 different continents to create imagery that was used for the collaboration of the two brands.

The images feature the many faces of the artisans that partner with the Accompany brand to create all the products for this extensive collection.

Braden is represented by Tidepool Reps. See more of Braden’s work through his AtEdge portfolio and at bradensummers.com.

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David Westphal for Subaru Global

David Westphal and his team had an adventurous 8 days shooting all the elements for this recent Subaru Global campaign. The project took the team to Spain, where they traveled and shot images by the Mediterranean Sea, the mountains outside of Barcelona and all the places in between.

David is represented by Doug Truppe Represents. See more of David’s work through his AtEdge portfolio and website.

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©David Westphal

©David Westphal

 

 

Microview 54 Just Released!

Featured Image: ©Chris Gordaneer

Microview is back with its 54th issue, now making its way to the desks of creatives all over the globe!

The edition’s chilling cover was produced by Chris Gordaneer. Chris’ portfolio is filled with energetic, atmospheric images that give off a feeling of intimacy. His work for brands like MasterCard, Honda, Bosch Appliances, has taken him all over the world and has earned him over 100 awards in the past 12 years.

Inside this new release, you’ll find over 300 pages of remarkable images from a group of unique commercial photographers invited into our exclusive program for their unconventional vision.

Browse through the full 300+ pages of Microview 54 now.

We hope you will reference AtEdge books & at-edge.com whenever you need to hire a truly distinctive photographer. Our publications are distributed 5 times a year. To be considered for distribution of our books, please click here.

Here are a few sample pages from Microview 54:

Mac Is Back + Better Than Ever

Our annual large-format collection of the world’s best commercial photographers has now made its way into the hands of creatives and art producers.

Macroview 17 features a hauntingly beautiful cover image by Montreal-based Damian Siqueiros, plus 155 more hand-picked photographers who are among the most talented advertising and editorial image makers.

Haven’t received your copy yet? Select creatives can request a complimentary copy of our publications.

You can also Browse the Book and view full portfolios from all the photographers on www.at-edge.com. 

Be sure to reference AtEdge in print and online when considering talent for your next assignment.

Here are some sample pages from this Macroview 17:

 

 

Hollis Bennett: Iceland Fishing

Hollis Bennett‘s recent project took him to Iceland to photograph the Icelandic fishing boat experience in extreme conditions.

Take a look at some of the images he captured on his journey.

Hollis is represented by RAD Represents. To view more of his work, visit his AtEdge portfolio and his website: hollisbennett.com.

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AtEdge Director of Photography, Susan Baraz, Curates Photo Exhibition for Mayors Summit C40 on Climate Change in Mexico City

Work from several AtEdge photographers, including Matthew TurleyAndy Anderson & Simon Harsent, will be featured in the Addressing Climate Change exhibition which opens today at the sixth biennial C40 Mayors Summit in Mexico City. The Mayors Summit will serve as a forum to highlight how cities across the globe are continuing to take local action to reduce carbon emissions and combat climate change.

This exhibition was curated by our very own Susan Baraz (AtEdge Director of Photography & Co-Chair of the Lucie Awards), along with Lucie Chair Hossein Farmani.

The striking images of our planet in crisis are crucial to promoting awareness of a disaster that affects us all. Originally created for the historic COP21 climate negotiations in Paris, the exhibition proves that photography in the hands of great artists can transmit a visual message that can make an impact like no other medium. It was so well received in Paris that it was brought to Mexico City to be on display through January 11, 2017. Hundreds  of mayors, plus leading urban and sustainability experts from around the world, will view the exhibit during the three-day Mayors Summit (November 30 – December 2) as well as thousands of Mexico City dwellers and tourists alike. These photographs are on large billboards stretching the entire length of the walking path at the entrance of the park. It has already imparted it’s powerful, undeniable message as a call to action.

We applaud the wonderful photographers dedicated to this cause, as well as Susan and Hossein for putting it all together.

Please visit the Lucie Foundation’s website to view a gallery of the works on display.

Find out more information about the C40 Mayors Summit here.

©Matthew Turley

©Matthew Turley
Kolmanskop was a bustling diamond-mining town in the early 20th century until it was abandoned after WWI.

©Simon Harsent

©Simon Harsent, Melt 
This project begins with images of the massive icebergs as they enter Greenland’s Disco Bay from the Ilulissat Icefjord; it ends with the icebergs off the East Coast of Newfoundland, by which time they have travelled hundreds of miles, and have been so battered and broken down that they are little more than ghosts of what they once were.

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©Andy AndersonThe Kern County Oil Fields outside Bakersfield, CA
The most prolific oil producing fields in the United States, having been in continuous use since the discovery of oil there in the late nineteenth century. They produce a majority of the oil in California and 10% of the overall United States oil supply. Steam cogeneration from the oil fields also produces much of the electricity for both the Bakersfield and Los Angeles areas.

Exhibit on display in Chapultepec Park

Exhibit on display in Chapultepec Park

Andy Anderson

Andy Anderson

Matthew Turley

Matthew Turley

Simon Harsent

Simon Harsent

Simon Stock for Turnberry Golf Course

Simon Stock was commissioned by Turnberry Golf course in Scotland to shoot a groundbreaking 2 billion pixel image of their Ailsa course to help promote their newly reopened golf course.

The GigaPixel image was shot using NASA inspired equipment and allows the viewer to zoom in to see the extraordinary detail of the course including the iconic Turnberry Lighthouse & Turnberry’s PGA Golf Professional, Cameron Tortolano, lining up his putt.

Simon is represented by Greenhouse Reps. Take a look at more of his work through his AtEdge portfolio & at simonstock.com.

Jens Honoré: SOS Children’s Villages

For this recent commission, Jens Honoré visited Cambodia and several SOS Children’s villages and FSP (family strengthening programs) whose work is done in and around the local communities.

The FSP work is aimed at the poorest families where parents are unable to pay for basic necessities.

By giving the children food and free education, SOS Children’s Villages are giving them a chance for a better life with improved living conditions.

Jens is represented by CPi Reps. Check out more of his work through his AtEdge portfolio and at jenshonore.com.

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