In this episode, Mark talks with Jon Willey who is currently the team photographer and manager of imaging services for the Arizona Diamondbacks. Jon shows Mark the steps he takes to get those great action shots on and off the field.
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In this episode, Mark talks with Floyd Bannister who is the owner of Loft 19 Studios. Floyd gives some pointers for renting a studio. He also talks about the 35′ by 40′ cyc wall that they have in the studio.
In this episode, Mark talks and shows the process that goes on to produce and edit an episode of How’d They Do That?.
In this episode, Mark talks with Rick Gayle who has been a photographer for 30 plus years. Rick will show us photo shoot set up that he just did for one of his clients.
In this episode, Mark talks with Jason who is currently the sport photographer at Arizona State University. Jason talks about how he “drags the shutter” in some of his photos as well as how he get a strong rim light around some of the athletic photos.
In this episode, Mark talks with Ken who is passionate about shooting portraits, products, outdoors and architectural elements of buildings. Ken will also show Mark around his studio that he built inside his house.
In this episode, Mark talks with Diane about her latest fashion photo shoot. Diane is joined by wardrobe stylist Erin Markis and they talk about how they came up with the concept start to finish.
In this episode, Carl Heilman II explains how to get natural-looking HDR images,and panoramic and standard format nature photography shots with techniques he has learned.
In this episode, Mark talks with Kael Alford, a seasoned and extraordinary photojournalist. Kael has been published across the US and Europe in places like Time, Newsweek, The New York Times, Vanity Fair and more. She discusses the time she spent covering the US invasion of Iraq and the resulting book and exhibition: “Unembedded: Four Independent Journalists on the War in Iraq.” Kael also talks about The Foundry Photojournalism Workshop, her most recent work in southeastern Louisiana and gives tips to aspiring photojournalists.
In this episode Mark Wallace interviews Seshu, a professional wedding photographer. Seshu describes how he photographs weddings, capturing small details to tell a complete story. Seshu also talks about the challenges of lighting weddings and some solutions that he’s created along the way.
To see more of Seshu’s work visit his site: http://seshu.net/
Follow Seshu on Twitter: @PicSeshu