In "Critique & Technique" Atlanta based editorial photographer, Zack Arias and his non-photographer wife, Meghan Arias, critique the work of emerging and established photographers seeking honest feedback of their photographic work. This duo is far from sterile and academic in their approach to helping photographers define their style and edit their work. Along the way Zack will also upload video features dealing with photographic technique and resources for the aspiring and the working photographer. You can find out more about Zack by visiting his websites. Blog ::www.zarias.com Photos ::www.ZackArias.com Workshop ::www.OneLightWorkshop.com Enjoy!
Jordan, frontman of the band Snowden, and I had been talking about doing a new set of promo photos for him while we were both in New York last September. We were going to do the shoot on a Sunday night. That morning I called him and asked if he wanted to do a video instead. I had this idea I just needed to find a rooftop in Manhattan with a garden hose. Jordan was down for it. This is what we through together that evening.
This is part two of episode 13. We are back with some critique and we have wrangled David E Jackson to sit in! Want your work critiqued? Submit it to email@example.com. Visit my blog for more photography related work. www.zarias.com
Zack Arias... has moved beyond f-stops.Zack Arias... Master of direction lighting.Zack Arias... The shoulders many walk on.Zack Arias... Put a ring on it.This is the life. This is the goal. This is sucess in exsess.
In answer to a question that came across twitter last week about Photo Mechanic I decided to do a screencast about my workflow. I am not the end all be all workflow guru. I just do what works for me. Hopefully some folks will gain something of value from this. If anything, you'll see how fast Photo Mechanic is for doing your initial round of selects. Be part of the discussion on my blog at www.zarias.com Cheers, Zack
I spent some time inbetween assignments in NYC to complete a self assignment of shooting 10 portraits of 10 strangers in 10 hours. This is just a short video showing some of the folks I met and photographed. You can find the portraits on my blog at http://www.zarias.com
We had an interesting discussion going on yesterday. Meg and I were wondering about what we could do to help people. Then God showed up in the form of a door to door salesman named Derrick. For the discussion that inspired me to get a camera out and interview Derrick visit the link below. http://www.zarias.com/?p=388