Monthly Archives: November 2011

Daniel Beltrá | PORTFOLIO

Daniel Beltrá | PORTFOLIO

The fragile state of our ecosystems is a continuous thread throughout my work. It is in nature’s beauty and complexity that I find my inspiration. My photographs show the vast scale of transformation our world is under from man-made stresses. To capture this, I have found it is often best to work from the air, which more easily allows for the juxtaposition of nature with the destruction wrought by unsustainable development. Aerial photography gives a unique perspective emphasizing that the Earth and its resources are finite.

By taking viewers to remote locations where man and nature are at odds, I hope to instill a deeper appreciation for the precarious balance our lifestyle has placed on the planet.

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White Seamless Studio Photography Tutorial

White Seamless Tutorial  Photography By Zack Arias

Great photographer and a teacher …

“My name, if it isn’t obvious already, is Zack Arias and I am an editorial and commercial photographer based in Atlanta, GA. While I’ve been working in the music industry for the past seven years I’m now branching into more editorial work and advertising. You can boil it down to, “I photograph people in studio and on location.” My style and approach is simple, straightforward, bold, classic, true, and straight from camera.

My greatest talents are the ability to mix with any class of people and to get nervous subjects to relax in front of my camera. I can handle any technical difficulty you can throw at me. I once heard that a photographer’s job description is “problem solver”. I would have to agree with that.”

 


Berthold Steinhilber Photography

Berthold Steinhilber Photography.

 


Rick Gayle Studio

Rick Gayle

Rick Gayle Studio, a commercial photography studio in pheonix arizona. Rick Gayle photographs still life, product, food and conceptual photgraphy.



Horacio Salinas

Horacio Salinas

Horacio Salinas is a conceptual, still life photographer in New York


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