Last week on my Facebook and Twitter pages, I posted a link to a Great article on Annie Leibovitz on “Getting the Shot, and the Future of Photography” over at FastCompany (shown below).
Well, after I posted the link to the article (here’s the link by the way —- definitely worth the read: http://bit.ly/1aJjik5), a conversation started where some we’re trying to give anyone but Annie the credit for the amazing shots. They wanted it to go to anyone from the set designer to the post production people to the hair and make-up — anyone but her (and yes, it does take all of those folks and more to do something on the scale of what Disney hired her to do).
Anyway, it was our topic this week on “The Grid” and there were lots of great comments from the live audience, and of course, plenty of debate because we took it a lot further than that. The episode is at the top of the page if you’ve got a few minutes to check it out.
Also, the previous week, our in-studio guest was the amazing Peter Hurley, and he was there for our monthly “Blind Photo Critiques” episode and we featured nothing but critiques on portraits. There’s a LOT to learn from him in this episode. Here’ s that episode (below):
OK, today I’m in a local photo studio doing my first in-studio automotive shoot with a giant overhead softbox longer than the car. Wish me luck, and while we’re wishing, here’s wishing you a fantastic weekend. See you Monday! :)
A quarterback always gets too much credit for a win and too much blame for a loss. The same is true for many fashion/commercial photographers when it comes to images.
Scott, you’ve had some great topics on the Grid lately. I didn’t get a chance to catch the last one, but I’ll head over to KelbyTV later to watch it.
Hey, I just saw you added a bunch of new dates for your current tour, including Boston! I’ll be purchasing my ticket tonight after work. Looking forward to seeing you (and Brad) again in Beantown.
Have a great time on the car shoot today!