10 Minute Film School with Robert Rodriguez

[Erik here with a quick guest post about some videos I wanted to share. I find them incredibly informative and inspiring, and I hope you do to.] Robert Rodriguez is a special breed of filmmaker, a b... See full article

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Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die

I grew up listening to punk and metal. But mostly punk. Dead Kennedys. Sex Pistols. Minor Threat. Suicidal Tendencies. Skate. Surf, etc. I still love this music and I have a ton of respect and appreci... See full article

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What Gear Do You Really Need for Wedding Photography?

Wedding photography is one of the largest and most varied areas of photography around. Different photographers have different styles, and no wedding album will be exactly the same. Many wedding photog... See full article

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Vincent Laforet on Chase Jarvis LIVE [This Wednesday]

This Wednesday I’ll be hosting pulitzer-prize winning photographer, award winning director, and my good pal Vincent Laforet into my studio for another broadcast of chasejarvisLIVE. In this 90 mi... See full article

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New Audio Podcast

Wanted to announce that we officially have a new AUDIO podcast. This Audiocast will feature long form content where my photographer, filmmaker, guests, friends, and/or yours truly are primarily talkin... See full article

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Back to the Future with Photographer Irina Werning

The same faces and places, just completely re-created 20, 30 or 40 years later. This isn’t the first time a photographer has gone back to recreate moments from the past, but this series by Argen... See full article

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Behind the Scenes at Fashion Week NYC

You could probably assume as much, but in the event that you didn’t know, NYC Fashion week is a huge event from which many of the forthcoming year’s fashion statements and styles emerge. I... See full article

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Adding Video to Your Photography Skill Set

Adding cinema/motion/video to my base skill set as originally a still-only photographer has been a big, fun challenge for me. Creatively, professionally, and technically. It’s also been good for... See full article

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Care, Time, & Vision Beat Budget Every Time.

I’ve been enamored with projection (onto art, buildings, cars, what have you…) for some time. But few people have made flat surfaces come to life like Davy & Kristin McGuire. I think ... See full article

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Stealing Photos? Now This is Bulls**t.

Stealing digital photos has long been a pasttime for some web junkies, and we as photographers have always dealt with it. Sign of the times. But this weeks theft of Jason Lees Polaroid portrait ... See full article

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Recent Work: REI Snowboard Commercials

Hey yall. Wanted to share some recent work I did for the awesome outdoor company, REI. Above and below are two videos in a series of 5 that I created for their online holiday campaign. Commercials ran... See full article

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The Dark Side of the Lens

I never set out to become anything in particular, only to live creatively and push the scope of my experience through adventure and through passion. You may have seen this before as it’s been ou... See full article

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Flash Bus Tour: Learn to Light with McNally & Strobist

These guys are a blast one on one. Put them together? Watch out. It’s a combo of awesomeness, mad science, MythBusters and the two guys in the balcony from the Muppets…. That said, if you ... See full article

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Procrastination is The Thief of Time

We are now faced with the fact, my friends, that tomorrow is today. We are confronted with the fierce urgency of now. In this unfolding conundrum of life and history, there is such a thing as being to... See full article

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The 60 Second Portrait [Mike Horn]

As a springboard from all the portrait work I’ve done over the past three years, I, at some time during that process, became really attuned/enamored/moved by people’s faces and started exp... See full article

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Selling Pictures without Model Releases

It might look like a small detail compared to the challenge of framing the image and adjusting the lighting but for photographers looking to cash in on their images, the lack of a model release is a m... See full article

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