Editor’s Note: We’re please to feature this guest post from one of the most talented guys on the planet — Joe McNally. Joe is a speaking in Las Vegas the first week of September. His great blog was also named to Resource Magazine’s must read list. The beauty dish is a fave of fashion photogs everywhere. I […]
I can’t tell you how many pictures I’ve missed, ignored, trampled, or otherwise lost just ‘cause I’ve been so hell bent on getting the shot I think I want.
— Joe McNally
In a recent podcast with Joe McNally, he mentioned a few simple techniques that will be further explored at his upcoming Photoshop World Pre-Conference class. Usually when people use a flash, they think that it’s only for low-light situations. Joe mentions a few things that can open your eyes to simple tricks that can certainly […]
This week’s podcast features three great folks from the photo industry. First up Rich Harrington catches up with one of the best image makers on the planet, Joe McNally. Melissa Niu then catches up with photographer and Adobe expert Terry White. You’ll then learn all about ViewBug, a great site for entering photo contests and winning […]
He’s a legend to many and was named one of the top 100 Most Important people in photography. After reading his bio and hearing about his journey, you’ll see why this man has shaped and influenced the industry in more ways than one. Joe McNally is an internationally acclaimed photographer whose career has spanned 30 […]
This week’s show features two greats of the photo industry. First up, Melissa Niu interviews Joe McNally a photographer who’s had an extensive career as a journalist and author. Next Rich Harrington interviews Erik Valind about his approach to making the most out of any shooting situation.
This is not a post about politics, or the underlying reasons behind terrorism. This is a post about the power of photography and the obligations of the photographer. I still remember being only two miles away from the plane hitting the Pentagon. I had a roomful of art students in my classroom and I had […]