Monthly Archives July 2011

Only a handful of people in the world can call themselves Grand Master of Photography – and Peter Eastway is one of them. Peter is a master landscape photographer and has won multiple awards such as Australian Professional Photographer of the Year and at WPPI. This week on TWiT Photo, we’re going international and we’ll […]

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To get to know the Novogratzes, you must first take a tour of their house. I was lucky enough to photograph the beautiful, eclectic family, helmed by Cortney and Rob from Sixx Design, last year and stayed with them in their five-story house in NYC last Spring. Like a modern museum, mixed with the whimsy […]

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Human beings have an odd fascination with our selves, our features and it’s even more so for us artists and photographers. Perhaps it is a sort of rite of passage we each have to go through before we are able to extract and capture the essence of our subjects. Following my curiosity with the power […]

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Just to show you guys that I’m not bluffing when I said on TWiT Photo that I learned Photoshop through a Scott Kelby book – tada! Me with an ancient copy of Scott’s Photoshop CS. He’s been a mentor to me even before we met, and I’m so glad our paths crossed last month when […]

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Eyes will inevitably furrow and harbor a look of concern and curiosity when people hear that I’m not a huge vegetable eater. “Oh why?” “You have to start eating vegetables – they are essential for your well-being.” I couldn’t agree more theoretically, but to actually start changing your habitual diet is almost like asking a […]

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