This week in the news: Canon issued a notice for their previous light leak issues in the 5D Mk III; Fujifilm issues a much-anticipated update to their X Pro 1; Mamiya Leaf announced a brand new medium format back system, and more.
Theron Humphrey created a viral sensation with Maddie on Things. But he is also the creative professional behind This Wild Idea, a project documenting the stories behind various Americans. Specifically, it's a 365 project, where he publishes a new story and photo series every day.
We had some time to talk to Theron about the projects he's been working on, and about how he got Maddie to stand on various objects.
It was a very long time ago, as I had just started my first class at Brooks: I was returning home from the Central Coast, where I'd spent the weekend with a new friend I had made in school. I was just 18 at the time, and as green as they come to the photographic community. It was a gorgeous spring day as we passed through the hills, carpeted in that gorgeous shade of spring green, and rolling on as far as the eye could scan. Just then my friend asked, "How would you expose for that?" referring to the green hills that I was lost in thought about. I was taken aback by his question, because I didn't know the answer.
Being the "hot shot" young kid at Brooks, it was assumed I'd know such things, and a lot more!
This week in the news: Lots of new products came out from NAB 2012. Canon, Nikon, Samsung and more announced lots of new goodies for videographers and photographers alike. Plus, Think Tank announced a brand new bag, and a new line of colors.
Adam Lerner is a former (and current) musician, that was whisked into the world of photography in college while photographing bands—and that's when he caught the bug. Since then, Adam has applied his photojournalistic skills to gigs for GQ, ESPN, and various others.
We managed to catch Adam at the perfect time right before he went off to go shoot a major project. He talked to us about his photojournalistic background and his photography.
Frank Doorhof is an well known photographer, instructor and blogger from Europe. He has built up his portfolio of work and has developed into a major professional. Frank has also recently been added to the Kelby Training lineup.
Frank took a bit of time to talk to us about how he grew as a photographer, and about some of the inspiration and lighting behind his fashion photography.
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