The Candid Frame #145 - Rebecca Jackrel


Rebecca Jackrel is a freelance photographer based in San Francisco, California, who shares her love of wild creatures and places through her photography. In the last few years she has been involved in using her photography to help environmental causes and organizations like the Ethiopian Wolf Project and has raised funds to finance this project through KickStarter.

Rebecca has been honored with several awards including the 2010 Nature's Best Photography Awards and the 2008 Art Wolfe International Conservation Photography.

Rebecca is a member of NANPA (North American Nature Photography Association), ASMP (American Society of Media Photographers) and PPA (Professional Photographers of America) and lectures on nature photography and environmental issues. You can discover more about her and her work by visiting her website and blog

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The Candid Frame #117 - Alia Malley



Alia Malley is a fine-art photographer who's landscapes of Southern California reveal a different aspect of the City of Angels than is popularized in television and film. Her photographs capture the natural scenes that exist in the midst of urban sprawl, and make connections not only to the city's current populace but also to the people of the recent and the distant past who have called SoCal home. Her recent effort to publish a book of her series of images entitled "A Cavalier in Sight of a Village" resulted in a very successful attempt  of crowd-funding using Kickstarter. You can discover more of her work by visiting her website and her Kickstarter page.

Alia Malley recommends the work of Todd Hido.

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