By posing the same question to these photography luminaries, who come from such different perspectives, ‘Ask the Pros’ surrounds the answer with an immense amount of knowledge learned the hard way,” said Deanne Fitzmaurice, Think Tank Photo co-founder.
Santa Rosa, CA (PRWEB) August 29, 2014
Photography is easy. Good photography is hard. To aid aspiring and experienced photographers in honing their art and craft, Think Tank Photo has launched a weekly blog column, “Ask the Pros,” that solicits insights from top pro photographers.
The first column asks 14 leading professional photographers, “What techniques do you use with people who don’t want to be photographed?” Their answers run the gamut, from “I avoid photographing people who do not want to be photographed” to “flattery goes a long way.”
“Ask the Pros” features luminaries from all fields of professional photography. They include David Burnett (named one of the "100 Most Important People in Photography"), Pulitzer-winning photojournalists Al Diaz, Deanne Fitzmaurice, and Vince Laforet, photojournalist, member of VII Photo, and a National Geographic contributor Ed Kashi, street photographer Alex Coghe, architectural and design photographers Dallas Dahms and Mike Kelley, digital innovator and eclectic shooter Falcon, photographer and writer Jose Antunes, documentary and humanitarian photographers Ziv Koren, Melissa Lyttle and Ami Vitale, and commercial photographer Nathan Pask.
“It’s fascinating how just one insight can emancipate a photographer. By posing the same question to these photography luminaries, who come from such different perspectives, ‘Ask the Pros’ surrounds the answer with an immense amount of knowledge learned the hard way,” said Deanne Fitzmaurice, Think Tank Photo co-founder. “Our hope is that the richness and depth of their answers will accelerate other photographers’ learning curves.”
Think Tank Photo is the leading camera bag design firm for working professional photographers. Founded in 2005 by award-winning designers and photojournalists, it has relied upon the insights of some of the most renowned photographers in the world to help guide the design process.