New Member Shout-Outs: March 2016 Edition

New Member Shout-Outs: March 2016 Edition

This month we’ve got some incredible new members to share with the PhotoShelter community. From portrait photography to food photography, these photographers wasted no time getting started and now have beautiful new sites to show off their work and run their business. It was difficult to narrow down the selection, but we have officially been inspired. Check it out!

Featured image by Randal Crow


Randal Crow


Randal’s homepage – East template

  • Name: Randal Crow
  • PhotoShelter Template: East
  • Member since: March 9, 2016
  • Location: Birmingham, Alabama
  • Specialty and background: Going on 25 years now as a freelance commercial photographer and filmmaker, Randal Crow relishes solving visual problems. While he shoots a good deal of product and architecture, he mostly enjoys working with people and telling stories. Starting off as a still shooter, Randal gravitated into digital filmmaking well in advance of the motion capable DSLR revolution. Motion projects add a stimulating variety of challenges to his day, and now account for half of his business.


Tal Maes

Tal’s homepage – Element template

  • Name: Tal Maes
  • PhotoShelter Template: Element
  • Member since: March 5, 2016
  • Location: The Hague, The Netherlands
  • Specialty and background: Tal Maes is a Dutch food writer and food photographer who until recently lived in Washington, DC. Her food and travel photos are featured in the Dutch Culinary magazine Elle Food where she has a column with recipes and photos. Her pictures have been published in several cookbooks, including her latest cookbook Kitchen Table Food. For more than 17 years she has created recipes for different magazines. She’s also written several cookbooks, travel guides, and hiking guides, and she cooks and styles most of the food in the pictures herself.


Ryan Stone

Ryan’s homepage – Horizon template

  • Name: Ryan Stone
  • PhotoShelter Template: Horizon
  • Member since: March 4, 2016
  • Location: Miami, Florida
  • Specialty and background: Ryan Stone is a freelance editorial and commercial photographer based in Miami, Florida specializing in portraiture. His clients include the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and Roanoke Times.


Karlo King

Karlo’s homepage – Horizon template

  • Name: Karlo King
  • PhotoShelter Template: Horizon
  • Member since: March 7, 2016
  • Location: Hamilton, ON, Canada
  • Specialty and background: Karlo King began photography in his last year of high school. His first “real” camera was his dad’s old 35mm Pentax ME Super. He played around with it for a few years and consistently shared his photos online. From word of mouth, he was offered a photography job at two nightclubs in his hometown. Unfortunately, a film camera wouldn’t cut it so he saved up and purchased his first DSLR. He shot nightclub photography for about a year and moved on to work graduate photography at University of Guelph. After another year he realized that he wanted to hone his craft so he applied to the Creative Photography Still and Motion program at Mohawk College. During his time in school he’s been able to explore various styles of photography and videography. He’s currently in his last semester and after he graduates he plans to specialize in event and commercial shoots, however, his biggest dream would be to work as a DOP on films.


Maxime Gaudard

Maxime’s homepage – Sonnet template

  • Name: Maxime Gaudard
  • PhotoShelter Template: Sonnet
  • Location: Vevey, Switzerland
  • Member since: March 9, 2016
  • Specialty and background: Maxime Gaudard is a professional photographer who studied arts and photography at the Photography School of Vevey in Switzerland. He is the owner and manager of the team at APG Image, specializing in advertising and culinary photography with a focus on making things look natural and spontaneous, always striving to capture the best of the subject. Through photography he expresses emotions better than most other visual media.

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