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6 Commercial Photographers Share Their Techniques

Digital Photo Pro profiles six successful commercial photographers who share their techniques for crafting exceptional advertising images, plus pro strategies for getting your portfolio in front of editors.

1. Tim Tadder: Ever Inspired, Ever Onward

Innovating with new styles and new techniques, this photographer is delivering images unlike anything he’s done before. Read More…

2. Dan Rubin: The New Face Of Social Media

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Before the rise of Instagram, Dan Rubin didn’t consider himself a photographer. He didn’t expect to have three-quarters of a million followers on Instagram. He hadn’t envisioned a career of flying around the world to shoot social-media and advertising campaigns for major companies. Read More…

3. Jason Peterson: The New Way

Jason Peterson sees the future of advertising photography a bit differently. Read More…


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4. Tim Wallace: Next Year’s Model

When Tim Wallace decided he wanted to photograph luxury cars, he started by building a business plan and got to work, teaching himself lighting and digital imaging from the ground up. Today, he creates beautiful, emotive images for the most prestigious brands in the industry, including Aston Martin, Bentley, Ferrari and Lamborghini. Read More…

5. Dean Bradshaw: The Digital Ninja

Southern California-based photographer Dean Bradshaw began his career as a field biologist in the Australian Outback where he spent most of his time finding snakes and lizards. Following a natural career trajectory forward into commercial photography, the Perth transplant moved to the U.S., where his impeccable post skills, energetic disposition and irreverent sense of humor are making him highly sought-after photographer. Read More…

6. Martin Wonnacott: Cake Factory

Commercial photographer Martin Wonnacott set out to build a kinder, gentler agency—and he has succeeded. Read More…

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