Nick Fancher is an experienced photographer of fashion, weddings, and men's and women's lifestyle. In 2007, he founded Shutter-Think Photography, specializing in portrait and fine art photography.
His work has been featured in the international publications Photo District News (PDN) and JPG magazines as well as locally in C Magazine and Columbus Alive. His wedding work has received awards from the Wedding Photojournalist Association (WPJA) as well as Bride Magazine and PDN. His art has been featured in ROYGBIV and BoMA galleries.
Andy Newman is a filmmaker specializing in short form documentary, commercial, and fashion videography. His video work has been produced for the US Olympic Committee, The Ohio State University, HOMAGE, JackThreads, and more.
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Headshot photographer Peter Hurley invites the Fstoppers team into his NYC studio for a behind the scenes video of how he photographs his clients. Check out his unique approach to headshot photography and his latest projects including the cast and crew of LOST! For more information check out peterhurley.com and fstoppers.com
Learn about lighting technique from Houston-based commercial and portrait photographer, Robert Seale in this online webinar. Robert walks us through a shoot with local Austin musician Michael Scott Creature, demonstrating 3 drastically different lighting techniques using Canon, Profoto, Elinchrom, and Plume equipment.
An award-winning street photographer who has been creating memorable images in the great photojournalistic tradition since 1962, Joel Meyerowitz pioneered the use of color in this slice of life genre, and his classic book on Cape Cod, “Cape Light” was instrumental in changing the prevailing dismissive attitudes toward color photography. Within a few days of the 9/11 attacks on The World Trade Center, Meyerowitz began to create an archive of the destruction and recovery at Ground Zero that consists of over 8,000 images of the aftermath of the tragedy. In this latest Leica Portrait video, Joel shares the story of his transition from junior art director to legendary photographer.
Read our interview with Joel on the Leica Camera blog: http://bit.ly/HOOADs
Shot and Edited by Trevor Bayack
Video Assistant Brian Butnick