Wednesday, December 31, 2008

The Candid Frame #63 - Jim Miotke


Jim Miotke is the President and Founder of BetterPhoto.com and author of several photographic books including his latest, The Better Photo Guide to Photographing Children.

Before developing Better Photo, on online photography school, Jim ran a photography business in California and Washington that specialized in weddings and portraiture. He now primarily shoots stock photography (and several of his images can be found on Adobe's Photoshop CD-ROMs). His articles on photography have been featured in magazines, newspapers, and online sites. You can discover more about his work by visiting his website.

Jim Miotke recomends the work of Art Wolfe.

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Friday, December 12, 2008

The Candid Frame #62 - Jim Zuckerman


Jim Zuckerman left his medical studies in 1970 to turn his love of photography into a career. He has lectured and taught creative photography at many universities and private schools, including UCLA, Kent State University, the Hallmark Institute of Photography, and the Palm Beach Photographic Center. He also has led both domestic and international photo tours for 33 years to Africa, Asia, Europe, South America, and the American Southwest. He is the author of thirteen books on photography. He also teaches numerous courses through BetterPhoto.com and leads international photo tours and workshops. You can discover more about him and his work by visiting his website.

Jim Zuckerman recomends the work of Art Wolfe.

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Monday, December 1, 2008

The Candid Frame #61 - Paul Giguere


Paul Giguere is a fine-art photographer and host of his own podcast, Thoughts on Photography with Paul Giguere. Whether he turns his camera to focus on life in the subways or to nudes, he explores a way of seeing that expresses something very personal. His show also expresses that personal aesthetic and provides an important resource for anyone interested in discovering a public outlet for their work. You can discover more about Paul's work by visiting his website or his podcast.

Paul Giguere recommends the work of Horishi Watanabe.

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