Melissa Niu of Photofocus talks with headshot photographer Peter Hurley about trying out the Fuji x100 and x100s, and how they worked great until he needed them most.
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About Peter Hurley
Peter Hurley is a New York photographer who found his way behind a camera after starting his career in front of one as a model and actor. He first picked up a camera to photograph his work making the US Sailing Team for the Olympics. This lead to a mentorship with photographer Bruce Weber who encouraged him. He’s since gone on to shoot advertisements for Levi’s, Reebok, DKNY, Johnnie Walker and Axe Deodorant to name a few.
View all of Peter Hurley’s work at www.peterhurley.com.
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