Monthly Archives September 2011

Much to the delight of our TWiT Photo viewers, Dutch fashion and glamour photographer Frank Doorhof pulled a Scott Kelby – several times – during the show this week. With an entire crew (including his wife) in tow, Frank explained his technique and process using a live demo shoot with a gorgeous model in his […]

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Of the endless stream of posts I see in my Twitter feed, Chris Brogan’s tweets always get my attention. A catchy title; a succinct commentary in 140 characters – I love his sharp, witty intellect, and his ability to present forward-thinking marketing concepts through personal narratives. In the following article, for instance, he gives an […]

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The Blizzard of ’06

They called it the Blizzard of ’06 – it had been a humdrum winter in New York City for 2 months, with snowy rooftops and white-coated trees that were a shadow of their summer selves everywhere you turned. That early February morning, I awoke to a sudden thunderous uproar, like an electric shock through my […]

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Along with excellent Bay Area photographer and educator, Doug Kaye, I am thrilled to be leading my first Photowalk – yes, in my 5 years working as a pro photog! Join us for a scenic walk through and around Golden Gate Park, one of the most visited city parks in the U.S. and home to […]

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  In his decades-long career as a photojournalist then documentary photographer, Steve Simon has traversed the world, using his camera and passionate spirit to work on projects that bring about social change. His evocative portraits, such as his work on AIDS in Africa, have the ability to transport you into that exact moment, place, where […]

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