Lindsay Adler

Lindsay Adler is a professional portrait and fashion photographer working in New York, London and abroad. Her work has appeared in dozens of publications internationally. She is a regular contributor to publications such as Rangefinder, Popular Photography, Shutterbug, and Professional Photographer.
For 10 years, she owned and operated a studio in upstate New York, and currently she shoots for several international fashion magazines including Fiasco, Faint, Jimon, W25, Sublime, MindFood …


Ed Heaton

Ed Heaton is a published and award-winning professional photographer residing in Chester County, Pennsylvania who specializes in landscape, nature and travel photography. For close to ten years now, Ed has conducted Creative Composition workshops, seminars, and classes on an ongoing basis. Ed’s passion for the outdoors is definitely reflected in his photography. His ability to capture light and make extraordinary images from ordinary subjects is truly a gift. Ed’s combination of traditional and innovated techniques …


Bruce Hostetler

Bruce Hostetler: Photography is my passion and as I retire for the second time from Civil Service I plan to persue this passion full time. I’m retired from the U.S. Army Veterinary Services and a Vietnam Veteran. I’m currrently finishing a long government career in food inspection. I like taking photo’s of animals, especially dogs, flowers, landscapes and portraits. \


Lewis Kemper

Lewis Kemper:  Lewis Kemper has been photographing the natural beauty of North America, and its parklands for over 30 years. During his extensive travels, he has been to 47 states from Alaska to Florida. His work has been exhibited and published in magazines, books, and calendars worldwide. Before moving west, he received a BA in Fine Art Photography from the George Washington University in 1976. The grandeur of the west beckoned and Lewis moved to Yosemite National Park, where he lived for 11 years. From 1978 until 1980, he worked at The Ansel Adams Gallery …


George D. Lepp

George D. Lepp is one of North America’s best-known contemporary outdoor and nature photographers. His passions for natural beauty, technical precision, cutting-edge technology, and environmental responsibility are revealed in his beautiful and compelling photographic images. He is also widely recognized for his unique dedication to sharing his photographic and biological knowledge with other photographers through his seminars and writing. In both realms, George Lepp is a leader …


Arthur Morris

Arthur Morris  is a free-lance nature photographer and writer specializing in birds. He is widely recognized as the world’s premier bird photographer and as one of the top nature photography educators of his time. In his books and on his web site and blog his record of sharing his photographic and avian knowledge is un-matched. He taught elementary school in New York City for twenty-three years. For eight years he conducted the shorebird survey at the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge for The International Shorebird Surveys, Manomet, MA. Seven of his images have been honored in various BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competitions. His “Gannet’s In Love” was awarded first place …


Thomas J. Nanos

Tom Nanos:  Photography is something that has been a passion of mine since Christmas in the mid-1980s when my parents gave me a basic darkroom kit as my gift. This, along with my father lending me his Minolta XE-5 SLR, sparked my interest in photography. In the decades since then, my dedication to the art had ebbed and flowed until late 2001 when I began photographing railroad operations. Mixing my passion for photography with my childhood love of railroads has proved to be the right formula to sustain my interest in the photographic arts. Over the years I have shot a variety of media – both black & white and color …


Rick Sammon

Rick Sammon:  My specialty is not specializing! I’m very proud to be a Canon Explorer of Light, a Westcott Top Pro and a Lexar Elite Photographer. As one of the “godfathers” of the photo industry (as Trey Ratcliff calls me), I still try to be one of the most active photographers, lecturers and instructors around. I just can’t sit still. In fact, in 1962, the nuns at St. Annes in Garden City, New York tied me to his chair with my belt in an effort to get me from squirming around! It was the wool pants …


Brian Trainor

Brian Trainor: I am a self-taught photographer with the exception of two Navy Photo Schools, and seven years as an active duty photographer. I have spent the past almost thirty years shooting and experimenting with photography as my medium of choice. During my middle and high school years I began to explore photography as a creative way to express myself. I have always felt that there was more to photography than just snapshots, and in doing so I continuously search and experiment with different methods. My intentions are to add interest to common subjects that would otherwise have little interest and be seen as merely nothing more than …


Jeannette Tuvey

Jeannette Tuvey:  In 1998 I moved to Mansfield, CT and fell in love with the natural beauty that surrounded the town. Frequent hikes provided views of vistas that I felt a need to capture, and a love of black and white photography was born. As my passion for photography grew, so did my knowledge of the art. Joining a local studio in 2000 provided me with experience as a portrait photographer and photo restorer, today this knowledge has resulted in demand for both my photographic work and my printing …