Each photograph isn't necessarily the end
Atherton, CA (PRWEB) February 17, 2010
With the Winter Olympics in Vancouver in full swing, photographers the world over are eager to learn what it takes to capture great outdoor shots in extreme environments.
For the latest episode of "Advancing Your Photography," photojournalist and outdoor photographer Jeff Pflueger sits down with http://www.SilberStudios.Tv to talk about his unique tips and techniques on how to capture some of these shots, as well as his advice on how other photographers can improve their own craft.
As an accomplished travel and outdoor photographer, Pflueger's work has appeared in publications such as National Geographic, the New York Times, Outside, Men’s Journal and Sunset Magazine. Whether it's traveling north of the arctic circle or down class 5 river rapids, Pflueger's adventurous assignments have brought him to some of the world’s harshest environments.
During the interview, Pflueger (http://www.JeffPflueger.com) discusses everything from the importance of protecting your camera equipment from the elements to how he prepares himself for the most challenging shoots. He also says the simplest, most important thing he tells beginning photographers is to just take a lot of photographs.
"Each photograph isn't necessarily the end," he says. "If you commit yourself to taking a lot of photographs, what you'll find is that each photograph is part of a process where you're trying to get closer to the thing you're actually photographing."
Marc Silber, a professional photographer himself, is the host of "Advancing Your Photography" where the world's most accomplished artists and photographers are interviewed to find out what makes them tick, what makes them click, and what makes them so good at what they do.
Previous episodes of AYP have included intimate interviews and insights from photographers in every area of expertise. From the fields of documentary and combat to sports and fashion, http://www.SilberStudios.Tv offers a behind-the-scenes look at some of the industry's leading professionals.
About Marc Silber
Educated at the San Francisco Art Institute, one of the oldest and most prestigious photography schools in the United States, Marc Silber has spent over half a century developing his expertise in the art of photography. Silber is a highly respected teacher and has conducted workshops for hundreds of photographers (beginners and experts alike) who desire to improve their own skills. Silber's own work covers the entire spectrum of the art form, from environmental portraits to natural landscapes. His numerous exhibitions over the years have been met with wide acclaim.