In This Issue April

High school seniors, sports photography, nature and wildlife photographers, and Art Wolfe's newest book. Plus PPA award winners, photographing with drones, new benchmark survey shows studios are doing well, lighting and inject printer reviews.

Table of Contents


Teen Angst: Kimberly J. Smith Takes a Shine to Seniors


Major League: Brad Mangin's World of Professional Baseball


Ask the Experts: Hiring Advice and Retail Displays


Lighting Review: Elinchrom ELC Pro HD Monoblocs


Epson SureColor P600: New Density


Free PPAedu Video: Posing and Lighting Newborns



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Web Exclusives April

In Memorium: Paul C. Buff, 1936-2015

Paul Conrad Buff, founder of Paul C. Buff, Inc., longtime Professional Photographers of America member, and inventor of lighting tools that include White Lightning, Zap, AlienBees, and Einstein monolights, died March 14, 2015, at his farm near Theodore, Alabama.

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