Art Streiber on shooting Wired’s “Star Wars” cover. Plus: behind-the-scenes video

The new issue of Wired has Star Wars in its sights—and on its cover, which features a foldout portrait shot by our own Art Streiber. The story—introduced by comedian Chris Hardwick—details the many things (74, to be exact) that the next installment of the beloved sci-fi saga must include, alongside Art’s photos of Star Wars […]

DigitalFusion on the making of Wired’s first motion cover

For the third and final installment of my series of interviews looking at the making of Wired’s September 2010 motion cover, I talked with Hugh Milstein and Tim Wilcox of the LA-based postproduction company DigitalFusion, who worked with Scott Dadich, Wired’s creative director, and Carolyn Rauch, Wired’s photo editor, on translating Scott’s design into motion. […]

DP and editor Adam Grossman on Wired’s first motion cover

On Monday, I posted an interview with Art Streiber about shooting Wired’s first motion cover (for the September 2010 issue). Today, Adam Grossman of Good Dog Media, who served as DP and editor on the project, talks about some of the technical aspects, his views on the role of motion in the photography industry, and […]

Lauren Greenfield’s Cougar Convention and Eli Broad images selected for American Photography 26 annual

We’re thrilled to report that American Photography has selected two of Lauren’s photos for AP26, its upcoming photo annual representing the best images from 2009. More than 1,200 photographers submitted their work for this year’s annual—a total of 8,000-plus images. And only 304 photos made the cut. Congratulations, Lauren! So which two of Lauren’s images […]