VOLUME XXXVIII ISSUE 2 FEBRUARY 2018
Gear & Techniques
50 how i Got That shot:
Kevin hart in Vibrant shadows
Using his favorite techniques, Nick Fancher
captured colorful portraits within a tight
time-frame. B Y HOLLY STUART HUGHES
52 Product reviews
It’s a mirrorless showdown as we go
hands-on with Leica’s CL, Fujifilm’s X-E3
and Olympus’s OM-D E-M10 Mark III.
BY GREG SCOBLE TE
56 Frames Per second:
Lighting for naturalism,
without natural Light
DP and lighting designer Rick Siegel
explains how his lighting enhances
realism and supports a story.
BY AIMEE BALDRIDGE
58 Gear roundup: in the Bag
15 great camera bags for gear of all sizes.
BY GREG SCOBLE TE
66 a Moment of reflection
For “Silver,” Matthew Brandt coated
silver gelatin prints with liquid silver,
creating works that depict trees and
forests and reflect the viewer.
BY DZANA TSOMONDO
68 real Lookers
Natalie Krick uses the visual language of
fashion and celebrity photography to subvert
beauty ideals, and to question how they’re
constructed and passed down from parents
to their children. BY CONOR RISCH
4 Letter from the editor
6 Letter from the Publisher
16 our Picks
71 reader comments/advertiser index
72 end Frame: Finding a Voice and
community through instagram
WIRED MaGazine’s Maria LoKKe: Who i’Ve hireD
A video with WIRED’s senior photo editor.
Free Lancers, inDePenDen T con Trac Tors
anD Your risKs
A Q&A with lawyer Douglas P. Roy.
ces 2018 ne Ws
Reports on product launches and new technologies.
Drones, Pho ToGraPh Y & The La W
NPPA’s Mickey H. Osterreicher on the latest regulations.
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a BoVe: seattle photographer Al smith documented the life and culture of the city’s African American
residents, building an archive of more than 40,000 images. To read about his new show, “seattle on
the spot,” see page 19.