Photography — January 2014

Two things get me really excited to teach photography, and they have very little to do with the actual location of the workshop. The first is the level of hunger of the participant. The second is the participant's level of enthusiasm after the pictures have been taken. When photographers want their next great photograph like their next breath, I am highly motivated...
As the owner and pilot of CineChopper, Chris Newman flies remote controlled helicopters with cameras attached to them for a living. This emerging genre is known as aerial videography and Chris elaborates a bit more on aerial videography and showcases some of his CineChopper work. Aerial Videography in Utah Utah is one of the best places to fly due to...
As many of us know, photography doesn’t always take us where we expect to end up. Whether it’s a different angle, different location, or different genre, as photographers we continuously find ourselves striving to do something different. It’s this sort of incessant desire for something new that drove Salt Lake City based photographer Mike Tittel to do something different. Mike...
"When in doubt, risk it." As a conceptual and fashion photographer, these are words Jenna Martin lives by. Through the use of basic textures and elements, Jenna takes us into surreal alternate realities, which can be very risky as the smallest details can make or break these dreamlike photos. Jenna gathers most of her photography inspiration from cinema stories and...
"A wilderness, in contrast with those areas where man and his own works dominate the landscape, is hereby recognized as an area where the earth and its community of life are untrammeled by man, where man himself is a visitor who does not remain." As photographers we often find ourselves visitors. Visitors to a new country, new people, new environment,...