This week we catch up with professional photographer Tim Grey to learn about conveying emotion and feeling within photos. Then we sit down with the inventors of the Lensbaby lenses to learn about their cool products.
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Tim Grey is regarded as one of the top educators in digital photography and imaging, offering clear guidance on complex subjects through his writing and speaking. Tim has written more than a dozen books on digital imaging for photographers, has published dozens of video training courses, has had hundreds of articles published in magazines such as Digital Photo Pro and Outdoor Photographer, among others. Tim teaches through workshops, seminars, and appearances at major events around the country and around the world.
Levi Sim and Tim Gret discuss:
- Who is Tim Grey and what does he do?
- What does he personally like to photograph and how has it evolved?
- How did traveling come about and what they do in each city?
- Capturing images that gives the viewer the feeling you had while you were there
- Thinking about the emotional experience of a photo and using that emotion to guide post processing
- What do you think photographers can do to find genuine experiences?
- Learn to engage with locals
- What is upcoming for Tim?
- Where can you find Tim?
Lensbaby is well-known for their creative lenses. Their goal is to be at the crossroads where innovation inspires creativity. Through lenses that offer in-camera looks and creative manipulation the photographer can create effects. Lensbaby’s award winning creative effect lenses, optics and accessories offer a limitless combinations of tools to capture the moment as it is happening. From portrait and fashion, to landscape and nature photography and right down to the smallest details, their unique lenses and optics allow a photographer to capture an individual perspective.
Scott Bourne with Craig Strong & Ken Mitchell from Lensbaby discuss:
- How Lensbaby got started?
- What was the original Lensbaby and how did it came about?
- Creating what you see in person versus through editing
- History of Lensbaby lenses and what feedback helped them grow and create new lenses?
- Velvet 56 sweet spot review
- How can a hobbyist photographer benefit from a Lensbaby lens?
- Where can you find more about Lensbaby?