“Sean Kernan shares exciting exercises to help you tap into your well of creativity as a photographer.”
View my video conversation with Sean Kernan here.
Read another conversation with Sean Kernan here.
Learn more about Sean Kernan here.
“Oregon has a remarkable relationship with photography: it is a history filled with documenting the grandeur of the west, staging some of the earliest exhibitions in the country of photographs as works of art, and pushing the boundaries of what a photograph can be.”
Browse The Essential List Of Photography Documentaries here.
These 21 photographers have bundled together 39 different photography products; including training, tools, and much more.
Over 70 hours of training video
14 Photography ebooks
300+ Lightroom Presets
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It’s an incredible value!
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It’s insightful to learn about and from the photographers who make the classic photographs.
Here’s a collection of videos on photographers that I’ve enjoyed most.
You’ll find them inspiring!
Where do I recommend you start? With the classics – in red.
Sam Abell | View
Ansel Adams | View 1 | View 2 | View 3
Robert Adams | View
Diane Arbus| View
Richard Avedon | View
James Balog | View 1 | View 2 | View 3
Ruth Bernhard | View
Yann Arthus-Bertrand | View
Phil Borges | View
Bill Brandt | View
Edward Burtinsky | View
John Paul Caponigro | View
Paul Caponigro | View
Harry Callahan | View
Henri Cartier-Bresson | View 1 | View 2 | View 3 | View 4 | View 5
Chuck Close| View
Anton Corbijn | View
Gregory Crewdson| View
Bruce Davidson | View
William Eggleston | View 1 | View 2
Alfred Eisendstaedt | View
Walker Evans | View
Andreas Feininger | View
Robert Frank | View
Ralph Gibson | View
Laura Gilpin | View
Nan Goldin | View
Emmet Gowin | View
Gregory Heisler | View 1 | View 2
David Hockney | View 1 | View 2
Chris James | Coming Soon
Bill Jay | View
Chris Jordan | View
Michael Kenna | View
Sean Kernan | View
Andre Kertesz | View
David LaChapelle | View
Frans Lanting | View
Jacques-Henri Lartigue | View
Annie Leibovitz | View 1 | View 2
Jay Maisel | View
Sally Mann | View 1 | View 2 | View 3
Arthur Meyerson | View
Duane Michals | View 1 | View 2
Mary Ellen Mark | View
Steve McCurry | View
Joe McNally | View
Joel Meyerowitz | View
Richard Misrach | View
Tina Modotti | View
Sarah Moon | View
Edward Muybridge | View
James Nachtwey | View
Arnold Newman | View
Helmut Newton | View
Gordon Parks| View
Martin Parr | View
Eliot Porter | View
Chris Rainier | Coming
Eugene Richards | View
Sebastiao Salgado | View 1 | View 2
John Sexton | View 1 | View 2
Cindy Sherman | View
Stephen Shore | View
Aaron Siskind | View
Eugene Smith | View
Rick Smolan | View
Fredrick Sommer | View
Edward Steichen | View
Alfred Stieglitz | View
Paul Strand | View
Hiroshi Sugimoto | View
Joyce Tenneson | View
George Tice | View
Pete Turner | View
Jerry Uelsmann | View
Nick Veasey | View
Jeff Wall | View
Andy Warhol | View
Weegee | View
Edward Weston | View
Kim Weston | View
Garry Winogrand | View
Dan Winters | View
Huntington Witherill | View 1 | View 2
Art Wolfe | View
View new additions to this collection here.
Read The Essential Collection Of Photographer’s Quotes here.
Read my conversations Photographers On Photography here.
Robert Greene author of Mastery offers sage advice on finding and pursuing your own creative mastery.
Topics include …
How to discover your passion and pursue it
What Einstein, Da Vinci, Goethe, Napoleon and other “masters” have in common with each other and with you
How each of us have a unique composition that is our greatest asset
Why choosing a career path that leverages your individuality and sparks curiosity is essential
How an apprenticeship is a necessary step toward achieving mastery and fulfillment
View more creativity videos here.
View my TED and Google talks on creativity here.
“J.J. Abrams traces his love for the unseen mystery back to its magical beginnings- a passion that’s evident in his films and TV shows, including Star Trek, Cloverfield, Lost, Alias (and soon Star Wars).”
View more creativity videos here.
“Learn how to start with a everyday good image and then make it look like a prize winning photo. This will all be done with some tips and techniques found in Adobe Photoshop CS6. This project combines Adobe Camera Raw, Smart Objects, Adaptive Wide Angle, and finally Puppet Warp to enhance the image.”
View more Photoshop videos here.
Learn more in my digital photography and digital printing workshops.