TPS Presents: Nichole Sobecki

Nichole Sobecki Register now for “The Photo Society Presents: Nichole Sobecki” on September 6, 2022 at 12:00PM Eastern, sponsored by Sony. REGISTER HERE: Through documentary photography, Nichole Sobecki brings

TPS PRESENTS: Brendan Hoffman

We’re excited to invite you to the next installment of our TPS Presents lecture series, featuring Brendan Hoffman and sponsored by Sony North America. The talk will take place on

Photographing My Local Nesting Birds

Dear Friends, I hope you have been having a nice spring and relishing the new life all around us here in the Northern Hemisphere.  These past two springs, due to the pandemic, I have been traveling less than usual, and focusing my lenses on more local projects.  One of those has been a filming project […]

Backyard Birds in the Snow

I just wanted to send a brief note to let you know that I’m offering all of my open edition prints for 20% off through Valentine’s Day.  If you or a loved one would enjoy one of my prints, this would be a good time to pick one. It’s that time of year when the […]

We're Just Sayin 2022-02-13 16:54:00

Its crazy:  i cant get past feb 10th without some reminder that this is the day, 51 years ago… (impossible to actually write that number and believe it could be me..) that I was fruitlessly trying to talk my way on to a Vietnamese Army helicopte…

How We Filmed the Great Argus Pheasant

The Great Argus pheasant is one of the most spectacular, but also most elusive birds in Borneo.  I have been doing fieldwork in the rainforest of Gunung Palung for over thirty years, and have spent a sum total of over five years of my life in the forest there.  Yet I have only seen a […]


For several years, Gerd has taught his documentary photography workshop, “The Art of Storytelling,” in Los Angeles and on location at Southern California’s Salton Sea. As a result of the

Happy New Year 2022!

Dear Friends, For a little inspiration as 2022 begins, I’m sharing an image of a pair of Red-crowned Cranes performing a duet in a snowstorm.  In Japan, where I made this image, cranes are a symbol of happiness, good luck, and long life.  Despite the blizzard, this pair is thinking ahead to the spring nesting […]