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    01_ajwood

    Greetings & Salutations!!! Scott's blog is a great repository of inspiring stories written by creative professionals, and I'm honored to be here on guest blog Wednesday. Thank you to Brad for inviting me, and thank you Scott for letting me share with your readers. A few months ago I attended Photoshop World in Washington DC. It was great to have so many folks approach me, tell me how much they enjoyed my workshops, and that they appreciated my style as an instructor. It's crazy the things people wanted to talk about such as why I go by my initials instead of my name, or how I shot a particular photo of my daughter. People seemed excited that I brought my family to PSW, and it was shortly after introducing folks to my wife that they would stop me and say, "Wait! You mean you're not RC?"…

    Tyler's Bio Photos and Family Photos

    Filmmaking On The Edge: Tyler Stableford’s New Film “Shattered” Hi all, I am honored to introduce my short film Shattered, shot on Canon’s new EOS-1D X camera. This has been a true dream project, and today I am excited to share both the film and three behind-the-scenes episodes. Thank you, Scott and Brad, for your interest in the project! Shattered is a deep journey into the mind of the legendary high-altitude alpinist and writer Steve House. While reading Steve's award-winning book Beyond The Mountain last year, one of his revelations really struck me. Steve confessed that after he succeeded in climbing his dream route on Nanga Parbat, he returned home bereft, more broken than when he had begun his great quest. I knew immediately there was a short film in this unexpected emptiness. Shattered is not so much a climbing film as it is…

    Sammon a

    First off, I want to thank my good friends Scott and Brad for having me back as a guest blogger. It’s always fun, and an honor, to here. What’s more, I enjoy and learn from the feedback in the Comments section – even when someone disagrees with me. I'm often asked, "What's your specialty?" I reply: ""My specialty is not specializing." You see, I try to do it all. And, I encourage young photographers not to specialize - because being good at many aspects of photography is often better than being good at just one. Plus, what you learn in one area of photography can often be applied to another. That said, when it comes down to it, I like travel photography the most. Diving a little deeper into that specialty, I get the most joy from photographing people, especially strangers in strange lands.…

    1_SergeRamelli

    Work for my passion, for money or both? We have all heard some passionate friend say, “if only I could be a full time photographer, painter, movie director (put in any creative job there), and make enough money I would be happier. Problem is that I have a family to take care and can’t afford to drop everything for my passion.” Well at least I have been in that state of mind for many years. This post is a short story about how I shifted from salesman to photographer and made a living doing something I loved. While it happened in my 40s I wouldn't say it was a mid-life crisis (or at least I hope it wasn't). Ever since I was a kid I wanted to work as a movie director, or photographer. I missed the opportunity in my youth. I was not…

    BH003

    Once a year, on the anniversary of Guest Blog Wednesday, Scott generously affords me the opportunity to write another guest blog post. The gift of this yearly moment of expression means more to me than the words “thank you” will ever convey. I believe there is a certain point in any lifetime creative endeavor when you can look at your work and know what is good and what is bad.  There is also a point in your life when come to beleive you know who you are as good as, you know who you are better than, and you know who is better than you. You can look at your work and say, “That's crap.” Or, “That's okay.” Or, “This is really good.” You can look at what you have done and be able to see it for what it is. You can see…

    Alex-self-portrait

    Hello there, my name is Alex Koloskov, I am a studio product and advertisement photographer. When started to work as a commercial photographer many years ago, I was trying everything: from portraiture to architecture, but very soon I realized that I can be successful and "the best" only where is my passion, doing things where I can use my full potential. It appears that such place is a quiet studio, a place where I feel extremely comfortable working with still life and motion subjects. I love to perform technically challenging shots, where I have to engineer the lighting and light modifiers, creating custom solutions for each shot. Today I'll show you how I work with one of my favorite type of shots: a combination of liquid and product subjects in one composition. "Sculpting" unpredictable shape of moving liquid and adding still subject to the…

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