Brian Smith crafts a series of celebrity portraits for a cause that’s close to home
By William Sawalich, Photography By Brian Smith
In May of 2009, photographer Brian Smith and several members of The Creative Coalition traveled to Washington, D.C., to lobby Congress and the White House in support of arts funding.
As an L.A. Times photojournalist and a longtime resident of Southern California, Don Bartletti immerses himself in the lives and the stories of the U.S.-Mexico border
By Brian Davis, Photography By Don Bartletti
Don Bartletti has seen a world unimagined by most of us, but too real to thousands of migrants, border-dwellers and working-class people who have been the subjects of his photography.
A photographer who can deliver a still shoot and a video shoot simultaneously is a photographer who’s in demand and commanding a high fee. Michael Grecco is doing it and putting HD DSLR technology to the test as he works his multifaceted magic.
By Mark Edward Harris, Photography By Michael Grecco
Though known for his dynamic celebrity portraiture, Michael Grecco is no stranger to the motion-picture world.
In a world of megapixels, bit depths and color spaces, Jody Dole is making art by mixing current photo technology with the state of the art from 1860
By Richard Lopinto, Photography By Jody Dole
It was sometime during the ’80s, with electronic imaging evolving, when I heard about a photographer named Jody Dole, who was doing interesting things with imaging software and Iris printers.
Picking up where our May/June article left off, DPP delves into acquiring, registering and protecting your business trademark
by Samuel Lewis
In the first part of this article, which you can find on the DPP website, www.digitalphotopro.com, we addressed some of the key reasons why a photographer should make use of trademarks and how to use and clear that trademark