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  • Category Archives Guest Blogger

    First of all I really want to thank Scott and his team for the great opportunity to write here about myself and my work. I am Calvin Hollywood, Photoshop Artist located in Heidelberg, Germany. My major focus is to take photographs of people with the emphasis on the digital image editing with Photoshop. And there we are right in the middle of the topic: I am addicted to Photoshop :-) By the way, you are addicted too if: -    you wake up after a wild night in the bed of someone and you think “STRG + Z” -    you don’t get older, just harder to retouch -    you order the meat in your favourite restaurant “RAW” to adjust it yourself -    your apartments walls have 50% gray color But what can you do in Photoshop if your starting point material is not really good?…

    There are so many things that one could talk about in an open platform such as this, so I think the biggest question I had to ask myself in writing this is, what am I about as a photographer and what have I learned along the way? I would sum it into this: living your passion, making better images, creating a style, designing a brand that takes your business to the next level, and giving back to the community. Then there's living life with the 5 senses. I've always had a personality of doing things against the grain, and not following the rules. Rules were meant to be broken. I never went to school for photography so my technological skills have always been catching up to my artistic vision. I feel like I've learned a lot along the way, so I figured I'd use…

    Commercial and travel photographer Nick Onken! I (Brad) met Nick when I was in New York for Photo Plus Expo a few months ago. We were hanging out with some mutual friends, and we were able to talk a bit.  I checked out his website as soon as I got the chance and really liked his style. He'll talk a bit more about it tomorrow, but he just launched a brand new website and has a book on travel photography coming out next month called Photo Trekking!  Nick sent us an advance copy of his book, and I have to say it looks really nice.  It has some cool photography and tons of helpful tips and advice on what it takes to be a travel photographer. In his blog for tomorrow, he talks about his journey into commercial and travel photography and shares his…

    Photo by Christi Martin I want to thank Brad and Scott for giving me the opportunity to express myself on a stage of this level.  I have to be honest, when Brad emailed me yesterday it caught me off guard.  What do I say?  What do people want to read?  Anything I want?  Wow. But there is only one thing on my mind lately - my new career move.  I read, or heard once (who knows?) that the higher up you get in advertising, the younger you die.  Well, I guess I just signed my death certificate.  My name is Matt Lange, professional photographer, and now the Creative Director at The Fletcher Group Advertising.  The clock is ticking… Endure …the clock is ticking... Literally.  I have less than 5 hours to put my thoughts down collectively for you all to see.  The clock is…

    Matt Lange!  Matt and Scott met when they shot a football game together a few months ago and have been buds ever since. I (Brad) think that a lot of you will really be able to relate to Matt's post for tomorrow.  He talks about starting out as a designer/photographer a few years ago, and all the struggles he's gone through to make it to where he is today. I have to give it up to Matt for pulling his post together so quickly and doing such a great job with it.  Our originally scheduled guest blogger called (well, emailed) in sick at the last minute, so Matt really came through to save the day. So come back by tomorrow and see what Matt has for us!

    Entertainment photographer Art Streiber! I (Brad) have been a huge fan of Mr. Streiber's work for a long time.  He's a regular contributor to Vanity Fair, Entertainment Weekly, Esquire, Wired, many other magazines, and also shoots artwork for movies and TV shows.  So if you've looked at a magazine rack or been to the movies in the past few years, you've probably seen his work on a cover or a poster. I had the opportunity to go to Mr. Streiber's class at Photo Plus Expo last year.  I can't begin to tell you how much I learned in just a few hours of listening to him talk about his work.  Everything from pre-production, to shooting, to post production, and even billing and inventory.  Everyone else I talked to who was in his class (including Jeremy Cowart and Dustin Snipes) was absolutely pumped when it…

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