Mark Wallace interviews editorial and commercial portrait photographer Christopher Barr, who talks about how he makes his “schitzophrenic business model” works. Chris talks about being a photojournalist working in the jungles of South America and getting smuggled over borders, then making the transition to being an established commercial and celebrity photographer based in Los Angeles. Meet a real photographic survivor!
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Simon is a wildlife, landscape and portrait photographer based in the U.K. He is the author of the Nikon Compendium as well as the Magic Lantern Guide series for Nikon.
Learn how he captures beautiful photos of animals in their natural habitat so you can try it yourself.
See more of Simon’s work at www.simonstafford.co.uk.
David is a concert, sports and action photographer based in New York. David has photographed everything from major sporting events like the World Series to the high intensity world of rock concert tours. He has photographed six U.S. Presidents and his Obama inauguration GigaPan has been viewed over 12 million times.
See more of David’s work at www.davidbergman.net and at www.tourphotographer.com.
Back with more behind the scenes footage and insights, Jason and Tomas discuss the making of their first short film “Lady Luck case no. 37.” In Episode 44 of “How’d They Do That” they shared their techniques for getting that old fashioned film noir look, as well as the process for creating a film from start to finish. New segments explore the creation of special effects and the intricacies of setting up an opening shot.
Sarah is a fine art children and family photographer based in Illinois. She is also the founder of The Joy of Marketing – a business resource for photographers.
You can find more of Sarah’s work at www.sarahpetty.com and www.thejoyofmarketing.com.
Ella is a fashion and fine art Photographer based in New York City. See more of her work at:
In this episode, Jason and Tomas discuss the making of their first short film “Lady Luck case no. 37.” They’ll share their techniques for getting that old fashioned film noir look, as well as the process for creating a film from start to finish.
You can watch “Lady Luck case no. 37” here: http://www.openfilm.com/videos/lady-luck-case-no-37
Mark talks with John about his unique style of photography. John is experienced with a diverse group of clients and assignments which often take him around the world.
In this episode, Mark Wallace talks with Rachael who stopped by the studio to talk about a wedding shoot she did in Puerto Rico. Rachael is a portrait photographer who specializes in family and children portraiture and destination weddings.
In this episode, Mark talks with Scott about his unique style of photography. Scott has been published in numerous magazines and is the youngest Hasselblad Photographer of the month ever.