Monthly Archives September 2011

‘I, Zack Arias, am part of the oversaturated market,’ proclaims the Atlanta-based music photographer. Always a sharp shooter, Zack is one of the loudest and most vibrant movers and shakers in the new generation of our industry. Having met him before at industry trade shows, I’ve gotten to know him better recently when he was […]

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A Light Unto My Path

At the nascence of my photographic journey, various mentors encouraged me to get my work in front of the right people and that contests have helped launch the careers of many of the top pros in the industry. I took their advice to heart and have worked vigorously ever since to submit my work to […]

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In Greek Mythology, the muses were goddesses who stoked the imaginative fire of countless creative geniuses. My own creative energy has been inspired again and again by the myriad of intriguing cultures and the mesmerizing energy of people I’ve experienced throughout my photography journey. Last month, I kicked off my CHS Exploration of A Muse […]

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  Most people have to separate work and play – for prolific Ukraine-born Alex Koloskov, work is play. Our viewers got a kickass splash photography lesson from the product and advertising shooter. The newly minted American citizen (congrats, Alex!) did a live demo in his studio and showed us how he captures the magnetic movement […]

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When I was starting out as a photographer, I would always look up to the leaders of our field – not just for their mad technical mastery and fine artistic eye. Many of them are also educators, giving frequent talks and seminars, helping others to gain invaluable insights into their work and process. I thought […]

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