Ansel is the 'father' of modern photography who was also very generous with his teaching and books. We had access to some of his unreleased footage including what Ansel said was 'the whole key to a great photograph'--that was priceless.
Atherton, CA (PRWEB) January 20, 2009
SilberStudios.Tv launches its new series with professional Photographer Chase Jarvis interviewed by Marc Silber. In this current episode on http://www.SilberStudios.Tv Jarvis discusses 5 tips for getting exceptional photographs, accompanied by footage of him doing just that.
Marc Silber is a professional photographer who conducts photography workshops. He explained the purpose of his show, "my goal is to help viewers get better photos by hearing directly from some of the world's best photographers. We ask to tell their secrets for their great shots and show how it's done. We believe that each viewer can get better shots episode by episode."
Chase Jarvis is a top commercial photographer with an impressive portfolio http://www.chasejarvis.com, who is also intent upon helping other photographers with his blog http://www.chasejarvis.com/blog. Silber said he asked him to be a guest because of his obvious ability to get exceptional work, but also because of his willingness to share his know how.
A previous episode of the Marc Silber Show was shot in Yosemite with Ansel Adams' son Michael. Silber said that he chose him because "Ansel is the 'father' of modern photography who was also very generous with his teaching and books. We had access to some of his unreleased footage including what Ansel said was 'the whole key to a great photograph'--that was priceless."
The Marc Silber Show is set to roll out regular shows with photographers such as Thomas Hawk, who has the goal of publishing one million photos before he dies. This upcoming episode shows him in action getting a stunning shot of the Golden Gate Bridge at sunset.
Marc Silber brief bio
Marc Silber began his photographic career at the Peninsula School on the San Francisco peninsula, and honed his skills at the San Francisco Art Institute--one of the oldest and most prestigious photography schools in the United States. Silber is highly respected as a teacher of photography and has conducted workshops for hundreds who have been inspired by his work while improving their own skills. Silber's own work covers a full range from environmental portraits to natural landscapes. He has had many exhibitions, which have been met with wide acclaim.
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