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Novus Select photographer Chris Hinkle teamed up with Bicycling Magazine to document some of this years top Mountain Bikes. “Back in April I met up with Bicycling magazine’s mountain bike test editors in Fruita, CO. We spent the week on both sides of the valley riding (myself riding and photographing) some amazing terrain…as well we took a couple trips down to Grand Junction for an equally impressive selection of trails. The days were long as I started in the early morning photographing the bikes as “still life”, out in the landscape, and then met up with the test editors mid-morning, as they road and evaluated bikes, so I could photograph the process with a mixture of action and day-in-the-life images. It was typically Mexican fare in the evening, after a hot shower, then editing into the night until finally crashing into the hotel bed.”
To view Chris Hinkle’s portfolio, visit Novus Select.
Novus Select photographer Benjamin Drummond was recently featured by Smithsonian for work on oyster farming in Washington.
ASMP pays tribute to the late Paula Lerner in their Parting Shot, celebrating her work with the non-profit organization Bpeace. Lerner’s book “Afghan Stories” is now available for purchase on Blurb’s book-store.
To view images from Paula Lerner, visit Aurora Photos.
To view more images by these photographers, visit Aurora Photos.
Novus Select and Aurora Photos photographer Todd Bigelow was recently featured in Der Spiegel. His images of Mexican boxer Abner Mares tell a striking story about the world champion boxer. Mares came to the United States as the son of illegal immigrants and eventually fell in with Latino gangs. His story and passion may not fall into the standard of the American dream, but it’s a story every American should hear.
Coming on the heels of a successful 2010 program, this workshop prepares photographers for creating effective multimedia projects and examines the challenging new world of visual storytelling. We’ll combine the successful elements of the 2010 conference style event with additional hands-on training in smaller groups to hone each individual’s craft. Partnered with one of the most progressive picture agencies today – Aurora Photos and Novus Select– this hands-on workshop provides instruction in combining still photographs, sound, narration and video. Headquartered on the University of Colorado campus in their brand new high-tech ATLAS building, these four days go well beyond any other workshops concentrating on new media.
The how-to of producing multimedia is accompanied by understanding the platforms where it appears. National Geographic magazine will discuss how they are moving the Great Yellow Border into this new age. Mediastorm will showcase their innovative style and broad distribution platforms that keep them at the forefront of multimedia storytelling. Jose Azel and Corey Rich of Novus Select will show how one of the most innovative picture agencies in the country has moved to creating new content for clients.
To find out more about the workshop, click here.
Novus Select photographer Chris Hinkle was recently published in Paved Magazine. “Cyclocross is one of my favorite subjects to photograph – the intensity of the riders, the die-hard fans, and the dynamic weather create an opportunity to make some great images. Paved Magazine featured two of my images, one from Kansas City and the other from Portland, OR, on pages 22-23 of their Spring 2012 issue which is available now.”
To view more images from Chris Hinkle, visit Novus Select.
When Nikon approached Aurora and Novus Select photographer Corey Rich to be a part of the D4 release project, they not only asked him to produce a video and stills to show off the attributes of the new camera, but they also wanted a behind the scenes video spot detailing how “WHY” came together. From Rich, “This was an amazing opportunity, as it allowed me to simultaneously be both a filmmaker/photographer and a teacher. Though this meant everyone in the crew had to work twice as hard, especially Dane Henry. Capturing the action behind the scenes became just as important as the hero footage and stills. “HOW of WHY” is a great illustration of everyone’s hard work and ability to multitask, plus proof that we all had a lot fun along the way!”