Saturday, March 25, 2006
Vincent Versace is a photographer with over 25 years of experience who takes a real-world approach to photography. His work as photographer and digital innovator is apparent in his work capturing Hollywood stars and shooting nature's beauty, as well as in his constant pursuit of perfecting the digital photographic process. Versace was the recipient of the 1998 Computerworld Smithsonian Award in Media Arts and Entertainment; his work is part of the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Institution's Museum of American History. Versace's work has been featured in numerous magazines including Professional Photographer, Petersen's Photographic, Popular Photography Digital Buying Guide, Shutterbug, Digital Camera and PC Photo Magazine.
In this episode he discusses his unique approach of using light, color and shape in his photography.
Vincent recommends exploring the work of Jay Maisel.
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Sunday, March 12, 2006
Daniel Milnor specializes in long-term, black and white documentary work relating to a variety of topics including, Sicilian Easter Processions, Big-Wave Surfing, Portuguese Bloodless Bullfighting, California Off-Highway Vehicular Recreation Parks, Exotic Game Ranches as well as Los Angeles Urbanization. He has worked in the newspaper and magazine fields and was a photographer specialist for Eastman Kodak Company. He was recently featured on www.zonezero.com and was a finalist for the 2003 Honickman First Book Prize in Documentary Photography for his work in Sicily.
In this episode he discusses his documentary and wedding/portraiture work.
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Daniel recommends the works of Duane Michals.