Author Archives: TheArtist

Get *it done!!!

The following is from a post by Chase Jarvis of critical keys to success. This was the first, and for me, the most damning. 1. Get shit done. Over-thinking, pontificating, and wondering are tools for the slacker. People don’t care what … Continue reading

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How to Pose

I’m continually working on my posing. My primary focus is the moment, so posing sometimes sufferes because I’m focused on expressions, interactions and moments. But it is still important. This class is a good one.  It was taught at B&H by … Continue reading

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Managing Lighting using the Inverse Square of Light

I’ve always known and understood the Inverse Square of Light (in simpler form: when you change the distance between the light and the subject the intensity of light changes more then the ratio of the distance between the light and the … Continue reading

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Revisited Training Materials

When I set this site up a few years ago, I was going to amaze people at the awesome training materials I would provide. I dropped in the first couple of pieces I produced for a class I held.  The … Continue reading

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Timmermans – Wet Collodion Process Artist

Some beautiful work using the Wet Collodion process.

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A Powerful Self Portrait – a WOW image!

I won’t waste words on this image. It doesn’t need any from me. Click on the image to go to the article I found it in.

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Excellent colorizations – Mads Madsen

Here’s the work of a very talented colorization artist – Mads Madsen  with a tutorial he did:

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Alberto Seveso – beautiful composite work..

Alberto Seveso – some beautiful composite work. I’m adding him here so I can go back and explore a bit.

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Stunning work.

This is an AMAZING piece of work. This is not a video. This was shot with a still camera. Over 150,000 images were used to create this 3 minute piece. A camera and a computer were sacrificed during the creation. … Continue reading

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Some deep insights into art, creativity and life.. Worth the read

An interview I found on Petapixel.com. A young man with some solid understanding of life, from a creative stand point. And some beautiful images to go along with it. His name is Ryan Muirhead. There are more links in the … Continue reading

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