John is a New Zealand born polar expedition photographer and an educator who has an emphasis on creating clean, authentic imagery in some of the most remote environments on our planet.
Joshua Hoffine is one of the most recognized photographers in the genre of horror photography. With the Halloween season upon us we catch up with Joshua and find out more about this unique sub genre of photography.
Cycle sport snapper and UK Sports Photographer of the Year award winner Geoff Waugh shares his behind the image story with us. Geoff fell into the game after starting off as a a journalist on a weekly angling newspaper and hasn't looked back since.
Stephen Dupont is a conflict, documentary & environmental filmmaker and photographer from Australiar and is recognised around the world for his photography on the human condition, war and climate....
Photographer Ike Edeani shows the beauty of Africa through the use of natural light and a sense of intimacy based on his own journey through Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. Karibu Tena, was shot during a chaotic journey over four weeks visiting remote communities, schools and meeting wonderful people along the way. Ike was born and raised Nigeria and is now based in New York where he works as a photographer.
Melanie deJesus for Langly examines the work of Tag Christof, the photographer behind "America Is Dead" and a photo journalist who sees the importance of considering the immediate world around us before it's gone.
Melanie deJesus for Langly connects with Brand Ambassador, Amber L. Canterbury, to discuss recent work in the Congo, her moment of gratitude, and life on the road.
Sam Cohan for Langly sits down with Ian Morrison to discuss his recent shoot in Alaska, his dislike of Colonialism and his love for Langly Camera bags.