If you have ever wondered what it would be like to take a workshop with Art and his instructors, here is a video that should answer all of those questions.
I captured this 20 second video on my recent trip to Bhutan with a Canon 5D Mark II camera.
A selection of Art’s photos taken in the Big Sur / Monterey, California area.
My inspiration for Travels to the Edge:
Great photography doesn’t just happen by luck…and sometimes involves more work than the final product would indicate. In this video I talk about one of my favorite photographs, the Night Fisherman, and how it came together.
Jim Martin and I were interviewed by Miki Johnson of livebooks in mid-March on a trip to San Francisco. Livebooks built our website and has become like partners in our business. Miki asked about our new approach to the business of stock photography for their Resolve blog, and I shared our view of the state of the business and our response to the changing environment.
The day before Miss Aniela was scheduled to speak at a Microsoft-sponsored event at Pravda Studios in Seattle, my staff got wind of the event and arranged for me to interview her at my home.
Miss Aniela, born Natalie Dybisz, is an Internet phenomenon. She started creating digital self-portraits just three years ago, often cloning herself, to create surreal tableaux and striking melancholy portraits. She posted them on Flickr and became an overnight sensation. I’m impressed by her imagination, her craft, and her ability to seize the moment. In her photographs she can appear glamorous, challenging, and dreamy, but in person she comes across as very well-spoken and thoughtful as well as somewhat shy.
As talented as she is, I am certain she will continue to grow as she seizes masterly control of her tools. You can watch part one of the interview below. We are posting part two on the Microsoft Pro Photo site, http://www.microsoft.com/prophoto/default.aspx.
You can see more of her work at www.missaniela.com