We are all about hearts this year, and today is a day of celebrating the heart. Valentine’s day, as most of us know is a day in which lovers express their love for each other by presenting flowers, offering sweet treats, and of course sending greeting cards. Although widely celebrated across the world, it’s origins are of Christian… Continue reading »
Happy hump day to you! We had a nice visit today here in the city from some old and new friends while they were here shooting NYC fashion week. Always so much fun chatting with you guys! Meet Jana Williams, Mandie Haberman, Zabrina Deng, and joining me Rangefinder‘s managing editor Jessica Gordon and behind the camera… Continue reading »
Do you have what it takes to be the next WPPI speaker?! We think you do! We’re looking for 6 amazing people who would love the chance to be the next superstar educator at WPPI! To enter, all you need to do is shoot a short video less than 3 minutes in length, upload and… Continue reading »
One of my key responsibilities here at WPPI will be overseeing the educational content of the conference. Given we have over 150 speakers, it’s a daunting task, and I take it very seriously. That said, I’ve been listening to the feedback from you guys, and I’m listening! Over the next few weeks I’m going to… Continue reading »
Zack Arias and I have been friends for many years. A ten minute chat with him makes me want run back to my studio, lock myself in and shoot for 3 weeks straight. That’s the kind of inspiration he provides. He’s one of a kind, and I love how he not only approaches his art,… Continue reading »
It’s no secret there are LOTS of workshops, seminars and shoot outs to choose from at WPPI. This year we’re offering over 100 classes, so choosing can be overwhelming! I know from personal experience I used to hop from one class to another, and sometimes miss out on a class I should’ve attended. Finally, I… Continue reading »
To Ghionis, while capturing a moment may be ideal, a photographer could spend a lifetime waiting for that perfect combination of elements and emotion. Most wedding and portrait photographers don’t have that kind of time—usually it’s only a few hours squeezed in between make-up and the ceremony. So in order to make the kind of images that will impress couples, you have to create them.