The peaceful movement of waves rolling under the boardwalk at Tybee Island. Shot handheld with my iPhone – an amazing little gadget.
Another amazing interview in the CAPTURE series.
Designer Steven Alan and award-winning photographer Peter Yang sit down with Mark Seliger to discuss photography. Peter talks about his experiences photographing Barack Obama, Daft Punk, Iggy Pop, Danny Boyle, Jimmy Fallon and other luminaries, while Steven Alan talks about his experiences with photography and fashion.
Capture is a video series that has been on the Reserve Channel for about six months. It is so good I thought I’d share it here. Produced by photographer Mark Seliger, Capture brings together photographers to discuss how they created their iconic images and how those images have transformed the way we see and interact with the world. For anyone interested in photography – behind or in front of the camera or just like looking at photos – this series will inspire you.
Click on the image to see Capture with Mark Seliger.
It’s fun seeing what really goes on during the making of an Animal Planet photo shoot. Here are some of the trials and tribulations of photographing all 50 cat breeds.
HERE’S A LINK TO PREVIOUS POST SHOWING SOME FINAL CAT IMAGES: https://keithbarracloughblog.com/2012/01/
I, along with William Vazquez, have been asked to present our work at the Apple Store in SoHo, NYC. The program is part of Apple’s Image Makers Lecture Series and sponsored by Kodak. The title is “Not Standin’ Still… Photographers who use video and blogs to get more work”. I will be will showing work from past assignments along with more recent personal work and videos and discussing the process I use of marketing to clients through this blog and the video/films I have produced.
Here’s more info:
APA|NY Image Makers Lecture Series: “Not Standin’ Still… Photographers who use Video and Blogs to get more work”.
Day and time: Wednesday, October 13, 6:30-8 p.m.
Place: SoHo Apple Theater, 103 Prince St (between Mercer and Greene).
Admission: Free (seating is limited)
*No advance registration is required
After the presentation we will all be heading out for drinks. So stop by. Would love to see you all.
In the past few months I’ve been working on some ideas for three new videos that I want to shoot in New York City. Here are some outtakes from one idea and a link below to the film. It’s a stop motion short film called “A Day in SoHo” based on 625 images I shot on a recent Saturday in New York City. Since video is a fairly new medium and clients aren’t sure how to use it yet, it’s up to photographers to show them all the great possibilities.