Altpick.com is honored to present awards winners in AI-AP, AOP, 3×3 Professional Show, International Color Awards, and The Black and White Spider Awards competition. We would like to take this time to congratulate all of the winners! Job well done! … Continue reading
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Each weekday we highlight one Altpick member. This past week we had the pleasure of promoting photographers Dorit Thies and Marc Morrison and Illustrators Alex Nabaum and Urs J. Knobel. Please visit Altpick.com for more of their work. Photographer Dorit … Continue reading
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Capturing a full photography and video library for The Moorings while sailing the British Virgin Islands sounds like a dream project, and it is, if you know how to handle it. George Kamper gives us a little back story … Continue reading
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John Kuczala photographs the darker side of your desk, Spooky Office! See more of John Kuczala’s work on his website and Altpick page.
by Scott Lowden Every holiday and even some random weekends, I would find myself driving down Rt. 309 in Hazleton Pa. There’s this building that continually caught my eye, especially when the sun was low and bright. It’s an abandoned … Continue reading
by Zave Smith In today’s crowded multi-channel media market, it has become more important than ever for companies to create communications that are on brand. We live in the era of very short attention spans. We live in an era … Continue reading
I grew up in Nebraska loving the land, the people, the wildlife. It wasn’t until I went away to college that I realized most Americans think my home state is, well, homely. When our family finally got a television set … Continue reading
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by Zave Smith I have often said that commercial art is about the answers while fine art is about the questions. Personally, I find questions much more interesting than answers. I have attempted in my commercial work to walk that … Continue reading
A master zoom lens on some of the world’s biggest stages with one of the most recognized icons. Photographer Simon Puschmann shot 50 images for Porsche (ads and catalogue) spread over a period of a 40 day job including travel. … Continue reading
Brian Cummings. Commercial photographer. Director. Known for unique conceptual images and ideas. His interest in satire and narrative influences his work behind the camera. As a director, Brian draws on his conceptual chops and design sensibilities to compose striking stories … Continue reading