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  • Date: 27-09-2013, 20:11
27-09-2013, 20:11

CreativeLive Photo Week 2013 - Day 1 - Channel 2

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CreativeLive Photo Week 2013 - Day 1 - Channel 2
CreativeLive - Photo Week 2013 - Day 1 - Channel 2
English | 4 days Workshop | H264 | 960x540 | 30fps 965kbps | AAC 128kbps 44.1KHz | 2.1 GB
Genre: Photography

The 90 Minute Roadmap to Commercial Photography
CreativeLive Photo Week 2013 - Day 1 - Channel 2

In this 90-minute workshop, Erik will navigate your path through the world of advertising photography — what it takes to get there, both in terms of photographic work and vision and the marketing behind it. Erik will offer tools to craft a unique portfolio based on your vision and show you how to build a marketing plan to reach your ideal commercial clients.

Meet Your Instructor

Photography sort of fell in my lap. When looking back at how I became a photographer it is almost like it rained on me. I didn’t have a great interest in pictures. Or art. And a relative didn’t give me a camera when I was 12. It was small random sources hitting me different places and when faced with the crossroad and question of; “What do I do now?” I was soaked up in the idea of becoming a photographer. Since then small encounters have led me halfway across the world and then around it a few extra times.

I grew up in Trondheim, Norway. A big city by Norwegian standards but barely a blip on the map with its population of 150.000 people. I remember vividly the day I moved to the US to study photography flying in over the Bay Area at night. The lights went on forever. I was 22 and felt really small, intimidated by the number of lights and what they illuminated. I attended the Academy of Art University for 4 years. Had some truly inspiring teachers that changed my goals from shooting sporting events for my hometown newspaper to wanting to create great images. I graduated in 99 with Best portfolio in the Spring Show. In 2004 they gave me an Honorary Degree of Outstanding Alumnus.

I assisted Jim Erickson for almost 3 years. I don’t think there is a better mentor. He inspired, encouraged and nurtured my own image making and gave me a set of working habits that have helped me succeed on my own.

I’m glad I can say I have. The idea of becoming a photographer is now my reality and I’m truly grateful. I ended up staying in San Francisco and have now lived here for 13 years. A great place to call home, though I frequently go back to Norway, which I also call home. I shoot pictures and I’m too happy doing it, trying to make the ones today better than yesterday.

I have been fortunate to work with some great people on some great assignments for clients including Intercontinental Hotel Group, American Airlines, Absolut, Ritz Carlton, Credit Suisse, Genentech, Union Pacific, Toyota, Hyatt, Puma, Pfizer, Microsoft and Nike

Self-Publishing with Blurb

More so than ever before, the creative artist is in control of his or her own destiny. At their fingertips lies an assortment of tools ranging from online communities to print-on-demand books, magazines and electronic media. But what do all these new tools mean and how do they actually work? Join “Photographer at Large” Daniel Milnor for an interactive exploration of the genesis of his project “Una Pura Verdad,” (“A Simple Truth”). Dan will take you on a visual journey starting with the initial photograph made, then explore the manifestation of the project as it lives multiple lives in multiple, modern formats. Dan will cover not only how to make these items, but how to market and and sell them.

Meet Your Instructor

Daniel Milnor is currently “Photographer at Large” for Blurb, Inc. the world’s premiere print-on-demand publisher. He splits his time between the smog-choked arteries of Southern California and the spiritual landscape of New Mexico. Milnor is a former newspaper, magazine and commercial photographer who now works primarily on long-term projects. His work has taken him from the rural corners of the United States to Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America. He has taught at Art Center College of Design, Academy of Art University, The Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, The Julia Dean Workshops and the Photo Experience Workshops.

An early adopter of select technologies such as print-on-demand books and magazines, Milnor has created and published over one hundred unique titles, including the recently released “Manifesto Magazine,” which showcases the world’s best documentary photography. Milnor’s writing and photography has been featured in Camera Arts Magazine, Black and White Magazine, Life Magazine, Zone Zero, Flash Flood, Finite Photo, Resolve, Hasselblad Gallery as well as many others. His work is in the collections of The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The George Eastman House and the Santa Barbara Museum of Art.
Creative Composition
CreativeLive Photo Week 2013 - Day 1 - Channel 2

Successful wedding photographers know how to think fast — and creatively — on their feet to capture beautiful shots that reflect the emotion of the day. In this 90-minute workshop, award-winning wedding photographer Susan Stripling will teach you exactly how to overcome tired techniques and stay fresh and creative. Susan will walk through an entire wedding day, showing you how to know when to wait and when to shoot. Whether you’re a beginning wedding photographer or a working pro, this workshop will infuse new life into your mindset and business.
Meet Your Instructor

Susan Stripling never knew that she'd end up a wedding photographer. Though she purchased her first camera in high school she went to college to study theatre and dance, obtaining a BFA in 2001. Shortly upon her move to New York city after college graduation Susan realized that the life of a starving actor was not for her and went on to consider several career paths. She waited tables, was a receptionist at a failing dotcom, worked in a Broadway theatre casting office, and finally found her love for photography when she began studying digital and graphic design.

Upon her move to Florida in 2001 Susan photographed her first wedding and was in love. The fantastic theatre and emotion of weddings moved her in a way nothing had before and her business was born that year.

Susan has photographed weddings all throughout the US, the Caribbean, South America, Finland, France, and the Bahamas. She's been published in Inside Weddings, Martha Stewart Weddings, Grace Ormonde Wedding Style, Bride and Bloom, Modern Bride, The Knot, Professional Photographer Magazine, The New York Times Style section, Rangerfinder Magazine, Capture Magazine, Elegant Bride, in Trade Publications for Nikon USA, and Town and Country Weddings. Susan's teaching career has developed as well; she has been seen at past Digital Wedding Forum conventions, gives private and group workshops throughout the USA, and has spoken at WPPI.

In 2009 Susan won third place in the Bride and Groom together category of WPPI's international yearly 16x20 competition. In 2010 she won first place in the Wedding Photojournalism category and the Grand Award in the Photojournalism division.

Real Estate Photography

CreativeLive Photo Week 2013 - Day 1 - Channel 2

Dive into the world of Real Estate Photography and learn everything you need to know about success in this genre. Whether you want to make a career out of photographing real estate or you just want to add another revenue stream to your business, Marc and Tiffany Angeles will show you how to get the clients, the best practices for photographing properties and how to turn this small niche into big money. Learn how to make your small portable flashes have big impact and how to light effectively for minimal post-processing. What you learn in this class about lighting spaces will serve you well in all your photography endeavors.

Meet Your Instructors

Marc and Tiffany Angeles are professional luxury real estate, architectural and portrait photographers. After having worked in the corporate world for over 10 years, they were headed nowhere but sideways until they decided to take matters into their own hands. Their goal was to leave the world of 9-5 in exchange for the flexibility of running their own business. Combining their love of photography, graphic design and business, they started Unlimited Style Photography over 7 years ago. They haven't looked back since.

Their photography has been featured in numerous publications such as People and In Touch Magazines, The Wall Street Journal, LA Times, Luxe Magazine, and many others. They were also featured on an episode in Season 4 of Bravo TV's hit reality show, "Million Dollar Listing". They have photographed many notable celebrity estate homes as well as numerous famous Beverly Hills estates.

Tiffany is also a very successful and talented portrait and children's photographer and was named "Top Children's Photographer in Los Angeles" by CBS in 2012. Tiffany's strong passion for teaching, coupled with Marc's technical skills and artistic eye, combine to create a one-two punch in the photographic industry. Their photography studio is based in Los Angeles, California.

CreativeLive Photo Week 2013 - Day 1 - Channel 2


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