Arthur Meyerson is recognized as one of America's finest photographers. Since 1974, this native Texan has traveled throughout the world, creating award winning advertising, corporate and editorial photographs, as well as an extensive body of fine art imagery. A three-time winner of Adweek's "Southwest Photographer of the Year" award, he is on Communication World's list of top 10 corporate photographers and was named one of the 30 best advertising photographers by American Photo.Read More
In this week's video, Ibarionex talks about the importance of body language and how that can elevate the impact of a composition.
Each week we pull images submitted by listeners to The Candid Frame Flickr pool. You can submit images for consideration in these weekly videos as well as become part of a growing community of photographers.Read More
Born in San Francisco, David Alan Harvey was raised in Virginia. He discovered photography at the age of 11. Harvey purchased a used Leica with savings from his newspaper route and began photographing his family and neighborhood in 1956.
When he was 20 he lived with and documented the lives of a black family living in Norfolk, Virginia, and the resulting book, Tell It Like It Is, was published in 1966. He was named Magazine Photographer of the Year by the National Press Photographers Association in 1978.Read More
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In this week's video, Ibarionex talks about photographing the common scene of people on their smart phones. Though many photographers lament people’s obsessions with looking at these small screens at all hours of the day, such moments can provide great photographs if you know what to look for.Read More
Lara Jo Regan's career as a photographer has been uncommon and diverse, achieving serious acclaim and respect across several disciplines.
With a background in anthropology, journalism, film and fine art, Regan's work combines painterly aesthetics with closely behavioral studies and oblique social commentary, a signature style she has applied to everything from impoverished Appalachians to the rich elite. Her interpretive documentary coverage of American culture has been regularly commissioned and published by the world's leading magazines such as Time, Newsweek, Life, Premiere and Entertainment Weekly, among many others. She is the recipient of many of her field's highest honors, including the coveted World Press Photo of the Year.
Her latest book is titled Dog in Cars.
In this week's video, Ibarionex discusses the benefits of shooting with a fixed focal length, specifically the 50mm lens. He discusses the benefits of seeing photographically with a lens that provides advantages for a wide variety of photography from street work to portraiture.Read More
Paul Gero is a photographer and author and has been a working professional for over 33 years.
He is the author of the best-selling book “Mastering Digital Wedding Photography” and and a Sony Artisan of Imagery (sponsored by Sony) and speaks and writes frequently on the use of Sony mirrorless cameras and making the transition from DSLR cameras to mirrorless cameras.Read More
In this week's video, Ibarionex discusses photographing subject's through a window. He addresses the challenges faced when photographing strangers in a cafe, restaurant or bar and how it's important to stay aware of your frame when making compositions.Read More
Sven Markus Richter's initial career path was that as a doctor. Though he had an interest in photography, he succumbed to familiar and cultural pressure to study medicine. But at some point, he realized it could only be a career in photography that would bring him happiness and fulfillment. So, he’s made the choice to replace the stethoscope with a camera.Read More
In this week's video, Ibarionex discusses the importance of "the moment". It's that specific instant in which every element in the frame comes together to provide the potential for an exceptional photograph.Read More
Photojournalist Michael Forster Rothbart’s work explores the human impact of environmental change. His projects have taken him to Bhopal, India, the Semey Polygon nuclear testing site in Kazakhstan, oilfields in Azerbajian, and the Canadian Arctic. A Fulbright Fellowship enabled him to spend two years in Chernobyl, photographing and interviewing those who remain a generation after the 1986 accident. He lived in Sukachi, Ukraine a small farming village just outside of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.Read More
Nicole Struppert’s creative career began in marketing and advertising. She has always been a visual person with a passion for photography, art, design and architecture. After her studies at the University of the Arts in London, she turned her career into the role of a photographer and creative consultant.Read More
Cristina Mittermeier (born Cristina Sofía Goettsch Cabello: November 26, 1966 in Mexico City, Mexico) is a photographer. She has coauthored books for popular and scientific audiences, as well as scientific papers and magazine articles. She is founder, former President, and a Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers.Read More
David Ingraham is a Los Angeles based photographer and musician. His work has been presented in numerous publications such as the Los Angeles Times, Black & White Magazine, American Photo Mag.com, Time.com, as well as David Alan Harvey’s Burn Magazine. His work has been exhibited worldwide, from Paris and Istanbul, New York and Toronto, to Los Angeles. David has made the iPhone his camera of choice for the last five years.Read More
In this week's video, Ibarionex discusses how using a wide-angle lens and getting in closer can increase the impact and feel of a street photograph.Read More