Photography As Art – Podcast

 

If you’ve been contemplating attending my full-day Photography As Art seminar in a city near you in 2017 and would like to know more about it, my podcast with Rick Sammon is sure to give you the insight and motivation you need to sign up! We are now less than two weeks away from my next appearance, this time in Atlanta.

Take a listen, and then sign up to join me in one of the following cities!

March 5th – Atlanta, GA

March 11th – Seattle WA (deluxe edition with special meet and greet at my home the evening prior to the seminar!)

May 7th – Portland, OR

May 13th – Scottsdale, AZ

May 21st – Memphis, TN

June 4th – Toronto

June 11th – Chicago, IL

June 18th – San Francisco, CA

June 25th – Washington DC

And if you’re looking for more great podcasts with me, check out this recent interview with Skip Cohen.

 

 

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Wanderlust Features

In the past few months, Wanderlust Travel Magazine did a series of articles with me. You can see them all here, including “5 Tips for Taking Great Photos of People.”

Enjoy!

Wanderlust Interview

5 Tips for Taking Great Photos of People

Photographs From the Edge Gallery

Migrations Gallery

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Interview with Candid Frame

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I recently recorded a lengthy interview with Ibarionex Perello of the Candid Frame. Listen here.

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Iserlohn Interview / Earth Is My Witness Exhibit

This is the last weekend to see the Earth Is My Witness exhibit at the Städtische Galerie in Iserlohn, Germany. On June 2 it reopens at the Stadtmuseum Schleswig, and I will be giving a live presentation on June 3 to discuss my work!

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Cheating Death for a Photograph

Indian rhinoceros, Royal Chitwan National Park, Nepal
Indian rhinoceros, Royal Chitwan National Park, Nepal

Read incredible stories of near misses from photographers Mike Arzt, Don Smith,  and Paul Moon, as well as an account by yours truly of a run-in with an Indian Rhinoceros while working on The Living Wild.

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Bare Essentials: Master of Photography Collectors Edition

Read my interview in the latest edition of Bare Essentials

bare essentialsThe tools may change, but the skill of a master storyteller is timeless.

Technology has changed our communications in unimagined ways—allowing us to capture a story as it unfolds, using innovations of creative wizardry, portable, affordable, advanced in every measure. And the ubiquitous nature of our digital era means anyone, anywhere can be a storyteller. But, there is more to this ancient craft than simply point-and-shoot. To evoke sentiment, inspire change, and unveil hidden truths about a subject, one must master certain skills.

In this two-part collectors edition, some of the world’s most iconic ‘Masters of Photography’ share their secrets and explore the skills that define a truly exceptional storyteller. Lessons that span a lifetime contribute rare and timeless insights on how to impact change, express emotions and compel empathy through the lens. Life has many facets and each demanding a different approach. Our experts advise on all genres of photography, be your passion adventure, wildlife, or culture, there is something here for everyone.

The thread that connects us to this wide and wild world of ours, is strengthened through discovery and a growing knowledge of the workings of nature. I invite you on a journey of discovery spanning the globe with masterful storytellers and their stunning images of life on earth. I hope it inspires you to BE curious and never stop exploring!

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Interview in PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine Issue 100

Photo plus logoThe new-look PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine goes on sale now worldwide. It includes an 8 page interview with Art by David Clark.

Subscribe to PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine before June 15th and you’ll get their entire special 100th issue (not just the 4 pages shown here) plus the Ultimate Canon Handbook for free! That means you’ll get 14 issues in a 1 year subscription, wherever you are in the world.

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Tales By Light Premiering May 24th!

 

Last year I traveled extensively with cinematographer Abraham Joffe and the Untitled Films Works crew, filming in East Africa, Papua New Guinea, Alaska and here in Seattle. This work has come to fruition in “Tales By Light” produced by Canon Australia and National Geographic Channel.

I am a featured photographer along with Darren Jew, Richard I’Anson, Peter Eastway and Krystle Wright.

The series premiers May 24th in Australia on National Geographic Channel. (See the media release for more information.)

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Art in Alaska Airlines Magazine

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If you are flying on an Alaska Air flight this month, make sure to browse through the magazine in the seat pocket!

I do think it is great that I am in the issue that Russell Wilson is also featured in. Unfortunately, I think my staff was more excited for the Russell Wilson article than mine!

If you are not going to be traveling on Alaska this month, they also have a digital edition of their magazine.

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David duChemin’s “See the World” eBook

seetheworldMy good friend & fellow photographer David duChemin has just released a new eBook, which features an interview with moi.

Everyone who buys SEE THE WORLD before February 19, 2015 is automatically entered to win a new Fuji X-E2 and 18-55mm lens.

 

About SEE THE WORLD
[20 Lessons for Stronger Travel Photographs]

The best photographs from around the world have little to do with the camera that was used or how compact the tripod was; they have everything to do with the photographer you bring with you. See The World is an investment in that photographer: you.

panelsThis 210-page PDF eBook covers some of the concerns of traveling, such as which cameras to take, preparing packing lists, how to deal with carry-on luggage restrictions, choosing tripods and bags, but those are just the trivial details. The important details are in the 20 lessons designed to teach you what David believes is the real art of traveling with a camera while experiencing new places, landscapes, and cultures. See the World outlines the importance of storytelling and finding elements of the visual language that help you tell those stories, dealing with people, and working through the creative process of seeing places for the first time. This book summarizes the real work of making photographs that are more visually arresting and emotionally compelling.

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