George Kamper captures “Lyle Lovett, the Renaissance Cowboy”

Photographer George Kamper’s latest work inspires nostalgia of the Old West. Equestrian Quarterly asked George to shoot the supplementary images to an article on singer Lyle Lovett titled “Lyle Lovett, the Renaissance Cowboy of Texas.” George also received the title of Photography Director on the magazine masthead. Here is what George had to say about the experience: “I photographed Lyle for the Equestrian Quarterly cover and feature story in Katy,.. Read More

“The Sporting Life” in the Dominican Republic

Lifestyle Photographer George Kamper recently traveled to the Dominican Republic to photograph the new advertising campaign, “The Sporting Life” for Five Star Resort, Casa de Campo. Below are the final campaign images. To read Casa de Campo’s Behind the Scenes blog post from our shoot, click here.  

GK is a APA National Annual Award Winner for Landscapes 2013

GK has added another award to his shelf! Winner of the APA National Annual Awards 2013 for his landscape work done in Moab, Utah. Workbook has also featured him on their blog showcasing Workbook members who won APA awards, click below to read all about it! http://www.workbook.com/blog/category/contests-events#page=1

Lifestyle and Sports Photographer George Kamper featured in Communication Arts Photography Annual

  Communication Arts announced its winners of its 54th Annual Photography Competition with George Kamper being one of them! With over 5,111 entries only 130 of them won this prestigious award. Award winning photographers from all around the world submitted their work in several different categories. George submitted his Dive series in the Self Promotion category and won. From these still images he has also produced a moving animation video that.. Read More

The Loss of “Quality Attention” and my Solution, “Moving Stills”

[vimeo 62823639] Years ago, I loved spending time in the darkroom. I can’t express enough, how much I miss it. The slimy feel of the developer, the smell of fix permeating the darkroom and my clothes… I’m not complaining about the quality we’re achieving today with digital, quite the contrary. I’m concerned that I can’t show you how beautiful the final images actually are! Firstly, as a society, our attention.. Read More