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Creative Spotlight: Mark Mann

  Glasgow born and New York bred portrait and celebrity photographer, Mark Mann, has shot some of the world’s most recognisable faces, from Benedict Cumberbatch to Barack Obama. A keen creative even from a young age, Mark was especially interested in the magic of the darkroom. But it wasn’t until a chance encounter with a […]

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Illuminating the stars: Greg Gorman captures the incredible Grace Jones

  Supermodel, singer, songwriter, producer and actress, Grace Jones is undeniably an icon. A strong character whose androgynous yet bold appearance took the 70s and 80s by storm and seen as a staple of the dance movement, Grace was honoured with a Q Idol Award in 2008 and named one of the top 50 dance […]

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Create natural-looking portraits with Jason Lanier

  Even in the midst of teaching, Rotolight Master of Light, Jason Lanier, isn’t one to shy away from fun themed shoots, intriguing locations and quirky costumes that add visual interest to any shot. Teaching the Georgia Professional Photographers of America, Jason shot inside of an empty swimming pool; playing on the nautical theme with […]

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Creative Spotlight: Danny Campbell

  Tired of working in the telecommunications industry, in the spring of 2009 Danny Campbell took his first photography class. Looking to pursue a new career that offered more creativity and a personal reward, Danny picked up a camera and started shooting events, weddings and parties. Renting a studio from a designer in exchange for […]

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Master your lighting with renowned fine art, portrait and celebrity photographer Greg Gorman

  Shooting some of Hollywood’s most recognisable faces with a career that spans over four decades, there are few more experienced with tight deadlines and high expectations than Master of Light, Greg Gorman. Greg started out shooting movie posters like, Tootsie, The Big Chill and Scarface, and more recently Pirates of the Caribbean, Transformers and […]

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Creative Spotlight: Josh Edstedt

  For Denver-based photographer, Josh Edstedt, few passions ignite his ambition like photography. First picking up a camera just four years ago, Josh’s journey has seen him juggle photography alongside his full-time career. “Photography is more like a side job at the moment,” Josh says. “I schedule shoots whenever I can, which can be difficult […]

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Creative Spotlight: Anita Cheung

Anita Cheung is a Toronto-based wedding and family photographer whose light and airy shots capture a fantastic level of detail. Now running her own business, Rhythm Photography, Anita entered the world of professional photography seven years ago. Anita specialises in lovely light and airy shots that span weddings, engagements, maternity and more; combining ambient and […]

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Creating Your Own Home Photography Studio

  So, you’ve decided to take the leap and set up a dedicated home photography studio for your work – nice!   Whether you’re a portrait photographer, product photographer or blogger, having your own home photography studio provides plenty of benefits. Most importantly, it’s an easily accessible space for you to not just practise your […]

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10 Famous Photographers That Will Inspire You to Create

Photography has evolved at such an incredible rate since the first photo was taken almost 200 years ago.   The first ever photo took an amazing eight hours to expose, which was then shortened to just 15 minutes by Louis Daguerre in 1839.   Now we can take a picture on our phones or cameras […]

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Beginners Tips for Portrait Photography Lighting

  Without light, a photo simply can’t exist. It’s the foundation from which every photo is built.   However, understanding how to light a shoot is just as hard as mastering your camera, but it’s often overlooked by many photographers.    No two pictures are lit in exactly the same way. Light bounces and reflects off different surfaces, creating unique contrasts […]

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