chris hinkle documentary photographer chris hinkle documentary photographer

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Chris Hinkle is a photographer based in Arizona. He has been photographing professionally for over 15 years, and has a long client list including many of the top tier editorial publications, in which he photographed feature stories, portraits and covers...as well he has a selection of commercial clients.  

Hinkle is now taking his lens full circle to what first inspired him - documentary photography.  Although he is still accepting editorial assignments, and his editorial portfolio is available upon request, this website will soon feature his latest documentary images and projects.  As always, feedback, inquiries, and questions are welcome.

Feel free to reach out anytime at chris@chrishinkle.com



Select Clients Include:

Sunset . Bicycling . Runner's World . Popular Mechanics . Hemispheres . Endless Vacation . Destinations Magazine . Time Inc. Content Solutions . AARP Bulletin . Politico . The Guardian Weekend Magazine GBR . The New York Times . Tribal Worldwide . Iams Pet Food . Rolling Stone . Running Times . AMA Pro Racing . Fairmont Magazine CAN . Bike . St Mary's University . Babson College . Saga Magazine GBR . Lufthansa Magazin DEU . Stern DEU . BBC Future . Nike . Under Armour . WestJet Magazine CAN . The Trust for Public Land . Garden Design . Fortune . Prevention . ProPublica . Getty Images . Maclean's CAN . Money . Bloomberg Businessweek . Psychology Today . Audi Magazine BRA . Glamour Magazine DEU . Der Spiegel DEU . paved . Entrepreneur . Inked . Mazda . ZoomZoom GBR . Rodale . Le Point FRA . LS:N Global GBR . Reader's Digest . PUBLICIS . Bank of Montreal CAN . The Oregonian . The Wall Street Journal and others...






Chris Hinkle documentary photographer...documentary images, on the street, on assignment, of family life, in color, and in black and white...I work in the realm of documentary, then use those images to form the narrative.  I love how life looks in the still image, not produced, not manipulated, rather just the way it is in front of me.  The Leica M and the 35mm Summicron is my camera and lens of choice.  I use Capture One for software and do minimal processing, such as would be done in the darkroom...I'm not a fan of cloning of photos nor sheep.
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