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Photo.net Pro Photographer Interviews

by Photo.net Editors,


The Photo.net Editors interview well-known professional photographers. Discussing creative inspirations, how they got started, exclusive tips, example photographs, we get a glimpse into these professional photographers' lives. These interviews are intended to inspire and motivate. We welcome you to add your comments below each photographer's interview.

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Corey Rich

Outdoor Adventure Photographer
I'm not a landscape photographer, but I'm often shooting spectacular landscapes with people interacting with those landscapes. It's two-fold. What is your subject or person going to be doing. What is the landscape going to provide in terms of a background and light to play and paint with?
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Kevin Kubota

Wedding Photographer, Branding/Marketing Expert
There is no one big secret to success. Every little thing you do, you do as though it were the one big thing. If you pay attention to all the little details and treat them as if they're as important as anything else, that leads up to a whole package of success.
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Marcus Bell

Wedding Photographer
One of the things that hit me early on, you have to know as a photographer what you want to say--too many photographers don't have anything to say. That's always stayed with me. Whenever I'm taking an image, I'm thinking about the tools that will help me to communicate the message.
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Ned Bunnell

President of Pentax
My entire career has been focused on imaging, product planning, and marketing. I really am enjoying what I'm doing right now. We [Pentax] may not be the biggest company in terms of market share, but one thing a lot of people say, is that we've got the best photographer as the president in the industry...I'm really the voice of the customer.
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Jodi Cobb

National Geographic Documentary Photographer
I really love the kind of work that shines a light on human rights issues. It started with the story I did on "21st-Century Slaves." I'm very interested in the conditions of women around the world and in some way helping to empower women in countries where they're not empowered.
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Harold Davis

Abstract, Fine Art, Commercial Photographer
If you're going to be expressionistic with your camera, it's not about finding the average light that's out there. It's understanding what's visually important in your composition and exposing for that.
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Jeff Ascough

Wedding Photographer
My style is all about anticipation. Compared to others, I capture relatively few images at weddings. I like to see a picture, set the composition and angle relative to the light, and then wait for something to happen within that picture.
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Liz Linder

Fine Art and Commercial Photographer
I tend to gravitate towards people and moments that have a balance of raw and quirky elements to them. My style is pretty clean and straight forward with classic elements and an unexpected twist. I am really drawn to action and love capturing the moment, whatever the moment is.
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Henry Horenstein

Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Experience is so important with photography. There's a lot of stress involved with being a documentary photographer. All of the projects have been self-inspired. Much of the work has to do with making contacts and talking people into something they may not want to do...
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Peter Menzel & Faith D'Aluisio

Documentary Photographer and Writer Team
Our business is constantly changing. If it doesn't, we are out of business. A big part of our income comes from stock photos. The rest is from editorial assignments and a small bit comes from corporate shoots, for companies, which I feel are not too evil.
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