Join photographer to the stars - the real stars - Anthony D'Angio and I as we discuss the difficulties of shooting in the elements of altitude and weather, along with his image of the Tengboche Monastery, located at 13,000 feet in the Himalaya.
In this interview New York City based portrait photographer Chris Knight joins me to discuss how he has developed his personal style, the importance of disregarding gear, and also his thoughts on post-processing vs "real photography".
In this interview, Marc Silber of Advancing Your Photography sits down with me to discuss his new book, and also provide some invaluable tips on some little things you can do to improve your photography today. We discuss the importance of internalizing the four main controls on your camera; ISO, f-stop, shutter-speed, and focus and when it’s OK to break…
Join New York based celebrity and entertainment photographer Noam Galai and I on this episode of Behind the Shot as we take a look at how a simple social media post of a selfie made Noam a household face around the world.
In this interview, I speak with Peter Krogh — the man behind the wildly popular “The Dam Book”; a resource that tackled the subject of organizing and backing up your digital images. This time Peter focuses his attention on the issue of digitizing and archiving your PHYSICAL images.
Intrepid globetrotter Trey Ratcliff updates on what he's been up to over the last several months. Turns out, quite a lot! Trey has been collaborating with the Plotagraph team on making software to add motion to still photographs. He's also in cahoots with MacPhun, refining the next generation of HDR processing software.
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