Monthly Archives April 2012

Do you ever wonder what it means to have a Photo Agent? Watch this episode were Agent Frank Meo and Photographer Bruce Eisenberg discuss the necessity of an agent and tips on selecting the right one for you. Portfolio tips, misconceptions demystified of what an agent brings, and the bottom line of what it costs. […]

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Skip’s Summer School 2012

I’m really excited to be going to Chicago for the first time! I’m looking forward to learning a lot and being inspired and hopefully sneaking away to see the amazing architecture downtown, the Magnificent Mile, Millennium Park, and the Lakefront. The Background on Skip’s Summer School The Summer School project started because there was a […]

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Light makes photography. Embrace light. Admire it. Love it. But above all, know light and you will know the key to photography – George Eastman When I first started photography, I was scared of artificial lighting.  I didn’t understand it, so I avoided it.  It was always easier just to put my subjects in the […]

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The master of Lighting and the Dramatic Portrait enlightens us with in-studio demo that rebels against the traditional 3-light setup. Watch Leo get tripped up on Who’s Who of Grecco’s portfolio and hear behind the scenes stories of images of Hollywood’s elite including: Steve Martin, Lucy Liu, and Martin Scorsese. * Bonus: Photoshop Expert Dave […]

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CatherineHall Editorial-101

Tune in at 1:30 Pacific time today on TWiT TV for a live demo of this particular tip and guest of the show, Photographer Agent Frank Meo. Here’s the deal. The softer a light source is, the more attractive it appears when lighting a subject’s face and skin. Soft does not mean flat. You can […]

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