This week’s show features two tremendous talents. First up, Melissa Niu interviews Brooke Shaden, a fine art photographer and explore her creative process. Then Rich Harrington catches up with Canon Explorer of Light Eddie Tapp about his new projectaerial photography.
Brooke Shaden began creating self-portraits for ease and to have full control over the images, and has since grown into a self-portrait artist. Self portraiture for her is not autobiographical in nature. Instead, she attempts to place herself within worlds she wishes we could live in, where secrets float out in the open, where the impossible becomes possible.
Brooke works to create new worlds within her photographic frame. By using painterly techniques as well as the square format, traditional photographic properties are replaced by otherworldly elements. Brooke’s photography questions the definition of what it means to be alive.
- Who is Brooke Shaden?
- How would someone describe her work?
- What photography means to her
- Where does her work come from
- How did Brooke get started in her field
- Brooke’s favorite gear
- Brooke’s advice on getting work seen
- Brooke’s goals with her art
- Her post processing approach
- Advice on listening to what others say about your work
- What is Brooke’s favorite time of day to shoot and why?
- Advice to those starting out
- Where can you find Brooke’s work
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A gifted photographer and artist, Eddie Tapp has become a tireless educator for professional photographers and a prominent figure in the world of digital imaging. His digital imaging seminars have been hosted around the world, and hes a regular consultant to businesses large and small. Today, hes recognized as one of the top experts on digital photography and Photoshop in the world. With a reputation as an authority on workflow, color management, calibration and Photoshop, he is associated with Adobe Systems along with some of the worlds most prominent photographic manufacturers and distributors.
Rich and Eddie discuss:
- What does Eddie do?
- What is he currently working on and learning to master right now?
- How Eddie practices to become a master at a new skill?
- What brought his childhood passion back to the surface?
- How does having a photography background come into play?
- What was his biggest surprise as he learns this new technique?
- What are some of the challenges including local laws and costs?
- How does this new skill set work into his establishing business?
- What else should you know about this style of photography?
- Where can we find Eddie?
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Rich has published over 100 courses on Lynda.com. Rich has authored several books including From Still to Motion, Understanding Photoshop, Professional Web Video, and Creating DSLR Video.
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