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Photos to Inspire: Jesse Diamond
Although he was formally trained as a musician at Cal Arts in Valencia,
California, it was a trip to Africa in 1995 that made Jesse Diamond
decide to become a photographer.
Oct 8, 2011
An Interview with Joyce Tenneson
Joyce Tenneson's work is a combination of
portraiture and mythology. She is interested in discovering the
archetypes of our being.
Sep 1, 2011
Greg Gorman: Perusing New Possibilities
For almost four decades, Greg Gorman has become one of the most
sought-after celebrity and advertising photographers in the Los Angeles
May 5, 2011
Henry Diltz' Musical Legends
During the '60s and '70s, Henry Diltz has photographed some of the top names in the music industry.
Mar 18, 2011
Cell Phone Images by the Pros
Having just one button frees us to concentrate on capturing the moment!
As the megapixels and quality increases, people are discovering how much
fun it is to shoot pictures with cell phones.
Mar 17, 2011
Roger Ressmeyer: Seeing Stars
Beginning with his days as a zany rock n' roll photographer--to becoming
a celebrity shooter, astro photographer, and top stock agency
executive--Roger Ressmeyer's career has evolved in a very intriguing
Mar 15, 2011
Douglas Kirkland: Celebrated Celebrity Photographer
Douglas Kirkland has photographed a wide variety of subjects throughout
the years, ranging from automobiles to portraiture, although he's best
known for his fashion and celebrity work.
Mar 14, 2011
Photos to Inspire: Michael Grecco
For over a quarter century, conceptual portrait photographer Michael
Grecco has been creating beautifully iconic images, thus becoming one of
Hollywood's most sought-after photographers.
Mar 3, 2011
Cover Stories: Paulo Filgueiras
Paulo Filgueiras began his illustrious career at ABAF Brazilian
Association of Photography, and has been shooting professionally in the
fashion, music, and advertising industries for over 20 years.
Feb 28, 2011
Workshops with the Pros
For those who are seeking a photography workshop in subjects ranging
from beginning Adobe Photoshop to Landscape photography, there are many
to choose from. An entire book could be written about the subject. Here,
we offer an insight to workshops offered by five very notable
photographers with very individual accomplishments and specialties.
Feb 19, 2011
Preserving the World of Burton Holmes
Burton Holmes is one of the lesser-known figures in film history, yet he
did much to further the medium of motion pictures by traveling the
world, filming far-flung cultures and giving immensely popular lectures
on his experiences abroad.
Feb 4, 2011
Photos to Inspire: Lucia Bucklin
Lucia Bucklin's fine-art infrared images have been described by some of her clients as "delicate and surreal" and "mysterious."
Feb 2, 2011
Photos to Inspire: Paulo Fridman
He has photographed over 250 magazine covers internationally, and has recently completed a book entitled "Talking Images."
Feb 2, 2011
Suspended in Time: The Dance Imagery of Lois Greenfield
Since the 1980s, Lois Greenfield's images have made their indelible
imprint on the world of dance. Her compositions of beautiful bodies
frozen in space are awe-inspiring, and often spark questions like, "How
did the dancers get in that position?
Jan 31, 2011
Photos to Inspire: Jeff Dunas
Whether it's in fact an innate
talent or an insatiable passion to create unforgettable images of
unforgettable people, Jeff Dunas has managed to bring the celebrity's world into
the world of photography.
Jan 25, 2011
Michael Kenna: Traces of the Past
Michael Kenna's beautiful black-and-white images have been described as
haunting, minimalist and ethereal. And by his admission, he chooses to
examine one or two elements in a scene, "instead of describing
everything that's going on."
Jan 22, 2011