“I love photography it’s a deep passion” – Albert Watson
“You come in as a professional, and you’re polite and respectful to everybody. That’s one of the good tips. You should treat everybody well you know. It doesn’t matter if you’re photographing a porter in a market in Marrakech or you’re photographing the king of Morroco. You have the same sympathetic approach to everybody. You be nice to everybody, basically.” – Albert Watson
An amazing photographer and an amazing story.
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Joe McNally discusses how he captured some dramatic panoramic portraits using a beauty dish and film.
Nikon Ambassador Corey Rich shows us to get compelling images photographing high in the Sierra Nevada Mountains while taking advantage of magic hour.
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Professional photographer and Nikon shooter Joe McNally takes you through some fundamental basics in recognizing light scenarios and how to use flash photography.
Nikon is just starting to release new videos like this on a biweekly basis on their YouTube channel.
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This is what it’s like to photograph an epic storm with massive waves from a Helicopter.
Photos from the shoot. (Posters from the shoot)