He is Matt Granger, portrait photographer and educator. But he also is That Nikon Guy, creator and host of a YouTube channel that showcases photography tutorials and gear reviews. In less than two years, Matt's channel has become one of the most popular online educational outlets (he gets more than 1.6 million viewers per month). That success sparked Matt's next online venture, the web site that supports his online tutorials, photographers' forum, a sign-up for newsletters, gear reviews – really, a complete and evolving community for shooters of all levels and interests to learn and interact.
Don't let the name fool you, That Nikon Guy – aka Matt – is no brand fan boy – the community is made up of all people and Matt welcomes everyone who is passionate about learning, developing and enjoying photography. You can see his work on his web site and learn a bit more about the man with the Nikon right here.
A manual, medium-format film camera was the first tool. The colorful and unique landscapes of Northern Arizona were the inspiration. Outdoor adventure photographer and filmmaker Celin Serbo turned a hobby into a profession after several years of shooting the natural world as he traveled and worked as a mountain guide. Now his visually stunning work is featured in publications such as: Outside Magazine, National Geo Adventure, Backpacker Magazine and ESPN Magazine. His commercial clients include: Nikon, Patagonia, Eddie Bauer/First Ascent, New Balance, Casio and many more.
Celin is based in Boulder, Colorado and is a founding board member of the American Photographic Artists/Colorado chapter. His stock imagery is represented by Aurora Photos and Tandem Motion + Stills. Oh, and he ice climbs, rock climbs, mountain bikes and skis, too!
When Tiger Woods won his fourth straight major at the 2001 Masters Tournament, Fred Vuich was there. In fact, Fred's shot of the mid-backswing on the 18th hole of the final round made the cover of Sports Illustrated with the word "Masterpiece" describing the event—and the image. The shot was so well received that the magazine received more than a dozen letters to the editor praising Fred's work. His panoramic GigaPan imagery is taking sports photography to a whole new dimension.
A World Press Photo Gold Medalist and super-hardworking shooter, Fred's body of work spans sports, commercial and fine arts photography. Read our profile and get inspired by this Golf Magazine photographer who's living his childhood dream.