Jorg Badura recently shot a series on flat track racing, in which speedy, nimble motorcyclists race on an oval dirt track. Below, some highlights. To view the full series, visit his website: jorgbadura.com/print/automotive-motorcycle/flat-track-racing/. . . .
Jorg Badura recently photographed a feature for Men’s Fitness on how Silicon Valley’s younger generation stays in shape and on top of their game. And as you would expect, their methods are not traditional. “The new generation of high-tech innovators doesn’t network on the golf course,” says the magazine. “You’ll find its members kiteboarding, cycling, […]
The February issue of PDN includes an interview with Jorg Badura about his mobile setup, with an emphasis on his portraits of the hardy stand-up paddleboarders who’ve completed the SEAPaddle NYC. “Dan Havlik, PDN‘s senior technology editor, gives a great idea of how we solved challenges, adapted, and got very real, intimate, yet athletic post-race […]
Congratulations to Jorg Badura‘s digital tech and first assistant, Don Razniewski, who was named one of PDN‘s All Star Assistants. Don has been Jorg’s right-hand man for six years, patiently problem-solving alongside Jorg on far-flung locations, on the water and in high altitudes, and in weather conditions of all kinds. “Did I mention he isn’t […]
. One of Jorg Badura‘s latest shoots took him to the gorgeous coast of France, where he photographed the above sailing image promoting the new Nikon 1 AW1—”the first waterproof, shockproof, freezeproof advanced camera with interchangeable lenses,” according to Nikon. “This was a fun project because I used the Nikonos cameras for some of my […]
The September issue of Men’s Fitness looks at 10 of the top fitness trends—from Zumba to yoga—and breaks down the pros and cons of each so that you can “Build Your Own Fitness Trend.” Jorg Badura shot the photos, and his images—urban, graphic, gritty—have an über-masculine feel that complements the story nicely. A generic fitness […]
National Dog Day, which was started in 2004 to bring attention not just to the permanent canine members of America’s families but also to the many dogs in need of rescue, is today. Below, a lil’ photographic show of appreciation for man’s and woman’s best friend… . . .
The August issue of Conde Nast Traveler features a two-page spread of a photo by Jorg Badura shot in a part of the Sahara Desert known as the Grand Erg Oriental, or Great Eastern Sand Sea. “…When shadows grow long and the sand turns golden, everything comes to life,” notes the accompanying text by Bob […]
Jorg Badura’s photos and portraits from the grueling “100-Mile Paddle” from Kingston, New York, to Manhattan
On July 20, a collection of hardy, determined souls set out to traverse the distance between Kingston, New York, to Manhattan by paddleboard in order to raise money for autism charities and clean-water initiatives. The 100-Mile Paddle, as the event is called, spans a grueling two days and attracts only the sturdiest of paddleboarders. Jorg […]
Before taking off on a motorcycle for a ride through the Angeles National Forest in California recently, Jorg Badura decided to attach a camera to himself to capture the experience. “I love the POV perspective a motorcycle gives you and decided to record it,” explains Jorg, who had just wrapped a shoot in L.A. and […]