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.
Learn how this revolutionary new software will give you reanimation power over your photos. Now you can turn any photo into living, breathing video! It's amazing!
Rick Sammon recently wrote a blog post on Good Photo Workshop Behavior, and it got me thinking. Join Rick and me on this episode as we discuss his recent China Workshop, and how you can get the most out of your next workshop.
Having just discovered the Sacramento Valley, I sit down with one of the town’s local commercial and fashion shooters, Tim Engle. Tim and I discuss his career, stealthy Sacramento, and much more. A born-and-raised Sacramento native, Tim gives his thoughts on his home town — from a photographer’s perspective.
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