Monday, June 18, 2007

The Candid Frame #35 - Michael Wood


Michael Wood worked as an award winning commercial photographer in Toronto for 18 years. In 1979, while becoming increasingly frustrated with the manipulation of perception involved in conventional photography, Michael began to combine his photographic training, meditation experience and the Dharma Art Teachings of Chögyam Trungpa. He now teaches a Miksang photographic workshop which embodies these principles. You can view some of his images by visiting this website.

Michael Wood recommends the work of Julie DuBose.

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Book Recommendation: The Tao of Photography: Seeing Beyond Seeing by Philippe L. Gross & S.I. Shapiro.

Saturday, June 2, 2007

The Candid Frame #34 - Craig Tanner


Craig Tanner is an amazing photographer, educator and founding member of the Radiant Vista, a group that provides photographic workshops and seminars as well as one of the best photo-related websites available today. As well as having created a career in the world of advertising and corporate photography, his personal work exemplifies how the use of color and gesture can bring out the special qualities of a person, place or moment. You can discover more of his work by visiting his website or by visiting his Light Diary. To discover more about the podcasts, video tutorials and workshops visit the Radiant Vista .

Craig Tanner recommends the work of David Muench and Sebastiao Salgado

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Book Recommendation: End of Polio by Sebastiao Salgado.