AfterCapture Stock Report

What are creatives’ most-sought-after photos and where are they buying them? We have your stock questions covered, as three creatives from different fields discuss where they’re shopping, what they’re looking for, and what you can shoot to sell today.


Read the Full Story »

Stan Musilek

Between Two Continents

In 1983 Stan Musilek opened Stan Musilek Photography studio in San Francisco, CA, where he shot a variety of work, including fashion, still life, catalog, editorial, products and advertising. As his popularity spread, the business grew to be known on an international level.
Read the Full Story »

Rob Burman

Ordinary to Extraordinary

If you’ve looked through a magazine and saw an ad for Cadillac, Chevrolet, Ford, Converse, Coors, Michelin, Coca-Cola or many others, chances are you have seen the work of master illustrator and retouch artist Rob Burman.
Read the Full Story »

Mattia Balsamini

Bio-illogical

Photography leads most on a journey down different and often changing paths before arriving at a place of serenity. Some are determined to remain on the journey forever. For Mattia Balsamini a passion for photography has taken him on a journey more than 6100 miles from his home in Italy, so he could discover what truly made him happy.
Read the Full Story »

Dan Escobar

No Problem Too Difficult

A kid who looked too young to pull off a big agency job, a jammed copying machine that finally nailed it for him and an earthquake that nearly killed it—that’s the scenario that jump-started Dan Escobar’s career two decades ago. Today he’s one of the most creative commercial and advertising photographers on the West Coast.
Read the Full Story »

Mark Zibert

Probably Impossible

With precious advertising budgets being split between different sources of media, how does an ad photographer stay on top? Ask Canadian whiz kid Mark Zibert. After landing his first job for Nike 10 years ago, he’s become a sought-after international talent, and his skills just keep on growing.
Read the Full Story »

Benjamin Kanarek

Transforming Celebrities Into Supermodels

Wrapped in sci-fi silver and gold sequined garments, the woman sits in a small crater in the moonscape, seeming naturally at home in this fantasy world in which moon dust stretches to the horizon, rising into hills evocative of the images taken by the Apollo astronauts.
Read the Full Story »

Steven Barston

Working the Curves

Spontaneous, motivated, confident, social: words Steven Barston tosses up to describe himself and his work. This Los Angeles-based commercial and editorial photographer smiles and says he might also label himself distracted, or even a space cadet at times. But as he digs his heels deeper into building a successful career in a competitive market, it’s doubtful the space cadet moniker will stick for long.
Read the Full Story »

Jensen Walker

Tales from the Front

Jensen Walker’s photographs are adventures, journeys into emotional states packed with passion and provocation. He has captured many narratives—the furrowed brow of a news reporter as a hurricane approaches, the grimace of a soldier during a deafening missile launch and the determined gaze of a young athlete seconds before the big race.
Read the Full Story »

Chris Borgman

Chris Borgman is an illustrative photographer who produces unique, vivid images for conceptual advertising. His photographs are innovative and bright and each of them tells a story.

Read the Full Story »






- ADVERTISEMENT -

- ADVERTISEMENT -

- ADVERTISEMENT -

- ADVERTISEMENT -