Photography podcast #89 features 2 interviews that were recorded at the PDN Photoplus Conference and Expo in New York last weekend.‚ This conference and show happens yearly and is one of the largest photo shows in North America. It’s an AWESOME show/conference with all the latest products and fabulous seminars from some of the best photographers in North America. This post/podcast will cover some of the seminars and other posts will cover some of the products.
Interview 1 is with fine art photographer Joyce Tenneson. I’ve been following her work for close to 20 years so it was a real treat to interview her. In this interview we talk about finding a personal style.
Interview 2 is with well know portraitist and celebrity photographer Michael Grecco. In this interview Michael shares some of his lighting secrets to achieve a dramatic portrait.
Finally I share some of the notes that I took in a seminar led by master photographer Jay Maisel.
Thanks again to Joyce Tenneson, Michael Grecco and Jay Maisel for allowing us to feature their work and for their wonderful seminars.
Links /resources mentioned in this podcast:
Joyce Tenneson — feature on Photography.ca
Michael Grecco — feature on Photography.ca
Jay Maisel — feature on Photography.ca
Jay Maisel Documentary
Light tools — for modifying light
Dynalite kit at B&H
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Thanks to Sean G, Robertv, Shant M, Michael Van der Tol, IceCreamMan and Glenn Euloth who posted a blog comment about our last podcast. Thanks as always to everyone that sent comments by email about our last podcast. Although ALL comments are appreciated, commenting directly in this blog is preferred. Thanks as well to all the new members of the bulletin board. Most of the links to actual the products are affiliate links that help support this site. Thanks in advance if you purchase through those links. In the interest of full disclosure, I did not actually pay to go see the seminars, I had a press pass. That said, if I did not think the seminars were great, I simply would not have written about them.
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