According to Mark Osler, unlike videos which constantly create a feeling of anticipation, photos force you to stop and be in that moment. Here's a story told with photos created by our Pulitzer-prize winning Storytelling with Photography instructor Mark Osler.
Here's a video of the talk I wrote about it "TEDxMileHigh Lesson: Move Over Yoda, It’s Time To Just Try."
In this third and final part of the Wedding Photography Q&A series, Andrew Clark talks about assumptions and experiences in the world of professional photography.
9. What’s one thing people assume about you as a photographer that isn’t true?
That I am unaffordable and only do very expensive weddings. Yes, the huge weddings are very expensive to photograph, but there is tons of work in
Review of TedXMileHigh Talk: Allen Lim
Allen Lim, Director of Sports Science for Team RadioShack, gave a talk about “just trying.” Initially, it looked like the audience was in for one long lecture on the benefits of exercise. Lim started out by explaining how he taught himself to ride a bike at four—the beginning of his passion for biking. He got a doctorate in the
In part 2 of this blog series, Andrew Clark continues to talk about making a living as a wedding photographer in Colorado.
1. Describe the hardest wedding to shoot.
Today the ISOs are fast enough to capture candlelight, so everything is a lot easier than it used to be, even in really dim light. I just photographed an engagement - a live, real time
I recently asked prominent wedding photographer Andrew Clark about his career as he prepares to teach a special class for BDA on Building a Successful Business on Thursday, May 26. We'll share his responses with you in a series of blog posts.
1. What was the most expensive wedding you shot for?
Probably several million when it was all said and done. It was
Interview with Abigail Wright of Miranda Productions.
Abigail teaches Producing the Documentary on March 29th from 6-9pm at Boulder Digital Arts.
1) Have you ever felt like making a movie was putting you in danger?
My partner Miranda was in that situation when she filmed Chico Mendes for a documentary just three weeks before he was assassinated. It was in a very remote part of