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View digital photo portfolios for some of the best professionals out there.  Our photographer profiles showcase a vast array of styles and provide inspirational insight from the person behind the lens.

Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Max Morse, Carrie Schechter and Sara Remington - Pros Of The Future

Digital Photo Pro Spotlights Three Emerging Professional Photographers

Max Morse, Carrie Schechter and Sara Remington - Pros Of The Future

This is a challenging time to be a professional photographer. Business models are fundamentally changing, lucrative jobs are disappearing, studio space is more costly and, generally speaking, clients are demanding photographers to deliver more for less. In the midst of this upheaval, a new generation of professionals continues to emerge from photo schools around the world, eager and excited to make photography their profession.

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Friday, May 25, 2007

Patrick Hoelck - Film Noir

Patrick Hoelck's distinctively dark style casts today's brightest stars in a new light

Patrick Hoelck - Film Noir

In the 1940s and '50s, during Hollywood's golden age of film noir, darkness ruled the silver screen. Actors' faces were often masked in shadow with highlights placed precisely for maximum dramatic effect. Los Angeles photographer Patrick Hoelck puts a modern twist on this classic approach, photographing today's biggest stars in his own unique world of shadow and light.

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Friday, May 25, 2007

Max Morse - Making Pictures

Although just beginning his professional career, Max Morse is already landing big jobs and in the process building an impressive portfolio of work

Max Morse - Making Pictures

At a small bar in the Southern California beach town of Manhattan Beach, I met up with Max Morse to talk about photography, images and plans for the future. Morse greets me with a quick wave, taking off a pair of white sunglasses and casually tossing them on the table. We shake hands and he ushers me to a seat and a cold pitcher of beer.

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Thursday, May 24, 2007

Zena Holloway - Beneath The Surface

Zena Holloway has staked out underwater model work as her field, and she's definitely the big fish in a small pond

Zena Holloway - Beneath The Surface

In its purest form, it's odorless, colorless and tasteless. It's the universal solvent. It covers most of the earth, and it's essential for life. It's just water, but for Zena Holloway, it's also the key ingredient to a stunning photographic portfolio.

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Thursday, May 24, 2007

David Julian - A Different Light

Drawing from multiple disciplines and deep imagination, David Julian's reality is in the eye of the beholder

David Julian - A Different Light

Don't try to classify David Julian. In a business environment where most pros find success by specializing in a particular photographic niche, Julian won't fit neatly into a clearly labeled box. Part illustrator, part sculptor and part philosopher, he's a self-described mad scientist. His three-dimensional assemblage and photo illustrations transport you via ghost train to a dusty shelf in a pre-modern laboratory lined with artifacts and arcana, where you might expect to find him toiling over the dissection of some long-extinct winged mammal.

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Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Brian Kuhlmann - Life Of The Party

With a studio at the gateway to the Old West and the American Frontier, Brian Kuhlmann's St. Louis operation lands big clients who are drawn to his high-energy style

Brian Kuhlmann - Life Of The Party

A commercial photographer faces a host of challenges in running a profitable business, and those obstacles actually can be compounded as the photographer achieves more success. Whether it's pressure from demanding clients, the technical challenges of mastering a large-scale digital workflow or simply fighting to keep the jobs from going stock, success can bring its own set of headaches. For St. Louis-based photographer Brian Kuhlmann, those challenges include the task of courting clients who are used to taking their jobs to New York or Los Angeles.

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Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Michael Thompson - An Eclectic View

Like the very best fashion photography, Michael Thompson's vision is defined by looks and styles, which are in a constant state of flux

Michael Thompson - An Eclectic View

While there's no shortage of aspiring fashion photographers today, few have garnered the praise of art directors, fashion editors and fellow fashion photographers as much as Michael Thompson. His work is original and captivating, and in his book, Images, every page shows a visual sensibility of an artist at the top of his creative game.

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Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Jeffrey Green - Viva Las Vegas

Jeffrey Green relies on a minimalist collection of lighting gear and the latest digital cameras to photograph efficiently and to get the shot the first time

Jeffrey Green - Viva Las Vegas

There's much to be said for being a big fish in a small bowl. The explosive growth in Las Vegas in recent years has created opportunities for the relatively small group of top-tier pros who live and work there. Jeffrey Green is a multifaceted photographer who has garnered a reputation for getting the shot efficiently and getting it the first time.

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Wednesday, May 23, 2007

TOGASHI - Simple Perfection

TOGASHI makes his photography speak for itself

TOGASHI - Simple Perfection

When you see TOGASHI's photographs, with their pure white highlights, rich black shadows and perfectly placed details, his visual sense of style is immediately recognizable. TOGASHI's photographs have been instilled with his style for three decades irrespective of the tools or the medium he uses. The longtime studio perfectionist finds that, now more than ever, photographers are in a squeeze as they struggle to keep up with rapidly evolving technology and a rapidly evolving business climate.

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