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Growing up in Buffalo, New York, after high school, Kevin M. Connors headed for sunny Arizona State University as a Geology major. He did his graduate work in Education, and tried teaching for a few years. “I needed my job … Continue reading
It’s a rare thing to discover a photographer who makes you stop your Aeron chair in its tracks and just breathe deeply as the talent washes over you, image after image. No, this isn’t hyperbole. That’s how I felt when … Continue reading
New York photographer Brian Adams specializes in environmental portraiture. A recent post to his blog details his use of the new Sekonic L-308s. Adams is a great medium format film shooter. His portrait work has been seen in The New … Continue reading
After a 13 year stint as a musician in Boston, Charles Silverman returned to his home state of Connecticut to pursue a design career. While working as a designer at some larger agencies, he noticed a pattern when working for … Continue reading
Beginning his professional life as a commercial photographer in an advertising agency, Branko Starcevic is not only an accomplished shooter in several forms of photography, but within each category, his quality and style is consistent. Claiming influences upon his work … Continue reading
Check out the latest video from Sekonic, featuring noted celebrity and fashion photographer Matthew Jordan Smith. See Smith take a few minutes out of his busy day to speak about how he controls light. Learn insider tips about lighting from … Continue reading
Of all places, we’ve found this brief yet interesting article on how to meter for seamless white backgrounds on the recycling blog Beautiful Rubbish. If any subjects are wearing or holding anything white, this is a great place to pick … Continue reading
A famous quote attributed to Martin Luther reads like this: “The hair is the richest ornament of women.” This 500-year-old quote is something Sean Armenta intrinsically knows and understands. Although capable of a wide variety of fashion portraiture, it’s the … Continue reading
Shooting everything from underwater wildlife to Somalia’s famine victims, Peter “Hopper” Stone is best known for the still photography he does on major motion picture sets. How he became a shooter for the big studios is a tale he describes … Continue reading
Clean lines. Well-lit products. Effective use of depth of field. Rich, but not overblown saturation. These are some of the initial impressions taken from the work of Yung-Jing Hsu. In 1995, Yung-Jing Hsu graduated from Tamkang University in Tam-Sui with … Continue reading