No one is denying that multimedia and filmmaking have become staples for visual storytellers. Many still photographers have moved into a realm of shooting motion for clients as well as for their personal projects. The workshops listed below range from a few days in length to a few weeks. Most are for beginners and intermediate in multimedia, but you should also note that some are for advanced filmmakers and produRead More
I received a wonderful correspondence from a photographer in Australia recently, who was planning on hiking the Camino de Santiago in France and Spain this year and who is an avid photographer. Going on a 500-mile backpacking adventure and being an avid photographer are two things that sometimes clash. The more you are into photography, the more equipment you often want to bring. I had the same problem in 2010 wheRead More
Shawn Reeder (shawnreeder.com) may not have all the big awards in photography and videography, but he holds one of the highest remarks from well known Director of Photography Philip Bloom as having “one of the most beautiful time lapses [he] has ever seen.” Many would consider this equal to winning one of the industry’s highest awards. Time lapses can be captured in two general ways: shooting conRead More
Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Jack Dykinga (www.dykinga.com) blends large-format, landscape photography with documentary photojournalism. He is a regular contributor to Arizona Highways and National Geographic. His book Jack Dykinga’s Arizona is a compilation of his best Arizona images along with accounts of his personal wilderness experiences. Dykinga’s fine art images were featured along with the work oRead More
Jasmine Star is an Orange County, California-based wedding photographer who travels the world to capture the big day of so many clients. Voted one of the Top 10 Wedding Photographers by American Photo Magazine, Jasmine’s work has been included in magazines such as Comsopolitan, Professional Photographer, TheKnot, Inside Weddings, Santa Barbara, and Rangefinder. She took a few minutes to share with PicturelineRead More
Date: 07 May 2012
Tag: American Photo, Best Wedding Photographers, Business Photography Tips, California, Canon 35 mm f/1.4, Canon 50 mm f/1.2, Canon 5D Mark III, Cosmopolitan, Editorial Photography, International, Jasmine Star, Joel Addams, Orange County, pictureline, The Knot, Transitioning to Photography, Wedding Photographer, Wedding Photography
Guy Tal (www.guytal.com) is a naturalist, photographer, and writer residing in the state of Utah, in the heart of a unique and scenic desert region known as the Colorado Plateau. He chose nature photography “as a way of capturing and sharing the beauty, power, and fragility of wild places and the life that inhabits them, so that those who have become mired in the man-made chaos may open their eyes to the real wRead More
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