Photography Unfiltered Update October 30, 2012 / Podcasts     Interested when the first show of Photography Unfiltered will air? Check out the update above to find out what to expect in the upcoming months!   READ MORE Interview with AfterCapture Presented by Wacom October 25, 2012 / Gear Interested in how creating images is like making a feast?  Check out my interview with Wacom and LEARN about: My Retouching Process Creating my Photographic Style Why my Wacom Tablet is Essent... READ MORE Quick Tip: Don’t baby your gear! October 12, 2012 / Tips + Tricks Tip of the Day: Don’t baby your gear! This image was shot during the biggest winter storm in the history of New York City. Early in my career I often felt the need to be extra cautious of my gear. ... READ MORE Quick Tip: Develop your Image October 3, 2012 / Tips + Tricks   Quick Tip:   “Beauty can be seen in all things, seeing and composing the beauty is what separates the snapshot from the photograph.” – Matt Hardy Developing your image takes patience, very r... READ MORE Quick Tip: Seize Inspiration over Routine September 27, 2012 / Tips + Tricks Tip of the Day: Keep your eyes open and seize unexpected creative opportunities when they arise. I was in the middle of a setting up a great shot with this couple at burning man when the cupcakes ra... READ MORE Quick Tip: All Art Requires Courage September 13, 2012 / Tips + Tricks “All Art Requires Courage.”-Anne Tucker Tip of the Day: I wanted to elaborate on this quote, and explain how it affects me as a photographer. It is easy to gravitate towards poses that we know will p... READ MORE Quick Tip: Feed Your Creative Juices! September 12, 2012 / Tips + Tricks Quick Tip:Feed your creative juices! Creativity is like a muscle and needs to be exercised to stay in shape.  Don’t just rely on photography to bring out your expressive side. Prioritize other activit... READ MORE Quick Tip: Paint the Full Picture! September 5, 2012 / Tips + Tricks   Quick Tip: Paint the full picture! When taking portraits don’t forget to include their native environment. Incorporating your subject’s surroundings creates a story to accompany your subject... READ MORE Quick Tip: Location, Location, Location September 4, 2012 / Tips + Tricks Quick Tip: Locations often play a paramount role in the impact of an image. Search for backgrounds that complement the clothing and personalities of the couple. Don’t stick a conservative couple a... READ MORE Quick Tip: Why I Often Prefer “Real” People August 30, 2012 / Tips + Tricks Quick Tip: Despite popular opinion, it is not always essential to shoot professional models. For many of my lifestyle shoots, I actually prefer to photograph real people.  For example, in this shot fo... READ MORE
Photography Unfiltered Update     Interested when the first show of Photography Unfiltered will air? Check out the update above to find out what to expect in the upcoming months!   October 30, 2012 / Podcasts Interview with AfterCapture Presented by Wacom Interested in how creating images is like making a feast?  Check out my interview with Wacom and LEARN about: My Retouching Process Creating my Photographic Style Why my Wacom Tablet is Essent... October 25, 2012 / Gear Quick Tip: Don’t baby your gear! Tip of the Day: Don’t baby your gear! This image was shot during the biggest winter storm in the history of New York City. Early in my career I often felt the need to be extra cautious of my gear. ... October 12, 2012 / Tips + Tricks Quick Tip: Develop your Image   Quick Tip:   “Beauty can be seen in all things, seeing and composing the beauty is what separates the snapshot from the photograph.” – Matt Hardy Developing your image takes patience, very r... October 3, 2012 / Tips + Tricks Quick Tip: Seize Inspiration over Routine Tip of the Day: Keep your eyes open and seize unexpected creative opportunities when they arise. I was in the middle of a setting up a great shot with this couple at burning man when the cupcakes ra... September 27, 2012 / Tips + Tricks Quick Tip: All Art Requires Courage “All Art Requires Courage.”-Anne Tucker Tip of the Day: I wanted to elaborate on this quote, and explain how it affects me as a photographer. It is easy to gravitate towards poses that we know will p... September 13, 2012 / Tips + Tricks Quick Tip: Feed Your Creative Juices! Quick Tip:Feed your creative juices! Creativity is like a muscle and needs to be exercised to stay in shape.  Don’t just rely on photography to bring out your expressive side. Prioritize other activit... September 12, 2012 / Tips + Tricks Quick Tip: Paint the Full Picture!   Quick Tip: Paint the full picture! When taking portraits don’t forget to include their native environment. Incorporating your subject’s surroundings creates a story to accompany your subject... September 5, 2012 / Tips + Tricks Quick Tip: Location, Location, Location Quick Tip: Locations often play a paramount role in the impact of an image. Search for backgrounds that complement the clothing and personalities of the couple. Don’t stick a conservative couple a... September 4, 2012 / Tips + Tricks Quick Tip: Why I Often Prefer “Real” People Quick Tip: Despite popular opinion, it is not always essential to shoot professional models. For many of my lifestyle shoots, I actually prefer to photograph real people.  For example, in this shot fo... August 30, 2012 / Tips + Tricks

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Catherine Hall’s breathtaking images have inspired audiences for over a decade. Her fine-art photography has been exhibited throughout Europe and the United States, and international assignments have taken her to more than thirty countries on five continents. Catherine’s work regularly appears in leading editorial publications like the New York Times, Coastal Living and National Geographic Traveler. Among her prestigious roster of commercial clients are Sephora, Reuters, and John Deere. Her professional sponsorships include Adobe, Epson and SanDisk. She is the former co-host and producer of TWiT Photo which was named “Best New Tech Podcast” in iTunes.

With nearly two million social media followers industry leaders like Google, Macworld, and WPPI regularly seek her out as a speaker and judge. Catherine is a driven perfectionist, unapologetic tech geek, and charismatic public figure. She loves dancing to electronic music, skiing bluebird powder days, and singing really loudly when no one is around.

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