David duChemin is a nomad, a world & humanitarian photographer, the accidental founder of Craft & Vision, and the author of Within The Frame, The Journey of Photographic Vision, VisionMongers, Making a Life and a Living in Photography, Vision and Voice, A Vision Driven Workflow for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, and Photographically Speaking. David’s latest book, The Print and the Process: Taking Compelling Photographs from Vision to Expression was published November, 2012.
David’s work and blog can be seen at www.davidduchemin.com.
Al Smith is a professional photographer and entrepreneur based out of Victoria, Canada. Al’s creative and charismatic nature, mixed with his ability to motivate, encourage, and cultivate people, have made him an expert at building relationships with his clients and building companies. Al shoots images for editorial and commercial content. He uniquely understands how to mix creativity with business goals to create stunning images that produce results. Learn more at alsmith.com.
Alexandre Buisse is an adventure photographer and a mountain climber, raised in the French Alps and now traveling to the world’s major ranges from his base in Scandinavia. His first print book, Remote Exposure, was published in April, 2011. His work can be seen on alexandrebuisse.org.
Darwin is one of Canada’s most widely published landscape photographers. An adventurer and wilderness junkie, Darwin was awarded the honour of being the Travel Photographer of the Year in 2008. He is a columnist for Outdoor Photography Canada magazine and he blogs, writes, and teaches over at oopoomoo.com
Dave Delnea is a commercial advertising photographer and creative collaboration advocate. His work has taken him around the world producing sports, lifestyle and travel imagery for clients such as Trump Hotels, Ritz Carlton and Lululemon. His work can be seen at davedelnea.com. Represented by Andrea Hutchins.
Based in Oslo, Norway, Eli Reinholdtsen is an award winning photographer with a distinct style, killer visual instincts, and strong sense of humour, all of which finds itself in her work. Her first book, Folk, was self published in 2010 and is one of David duChemin’s favourite photography books.
Andrew S Gibson is a writer specializing in photography. He’s the technical writer for EOS magazine and he also writes articles for Smashing Magazine and Photo Tuts+. Andrew can be found at www.AndrewSGibson.com.
Corwin Hiebert is a management and marketing consultant to creative entrepreneurs (such as world-renowned photographer and best-selling author David duChemin). He is the author of Living the Dream: Putting Your Creativity to Work [and Getting Paid]—published by Peachpit Press (2013). As an educator, speaker, and author, Corwin is an avid supporter of creative risk takers. He’s passionate about helping creative people take action towards their goals and dreams. To learn more about how Corwin helps photographers live the dream one good business decision at a time, visit his company website (Taendem Agency) or sign up to receive his TinyLetter.
Martin Bailey is a Tokyo based art and assignment photographer who is passionate about creating photography that invokes emotions, and helping others to do the same. He runs photography workshops and releases a weekly photography Podcast, along with a photography centric blog and forum. Learn more about Martin on his website: www.martinbaileyphotography.com.
Trevor Meier is an award-winning filmmaker and photographer from Vancouver, B.C. His documentary and feature film work has taken him around the world in search of great stories and their teachers, tellers, and believers.
Michael Frye is a professional photographer specializing in landscapes and nature. He is a contributor to numerous magazines on the art and technique of photography, and is the author of The Photographer’s Guide to Yosemite, Yosemite Meditations, and Digital Landscape Photography: In the Footsteps of Ansel Adams and the Great Masters.
Mitchell Kanashkevich is a freelance travel and documentary photographer. He travels the world and shoots personal projects as well as travel related stories and stock photos for Getty and Corbis Images.
Nicole S. Young is a full-time photographer and author specializing in commercial stock photography. She’s is an accredited Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) in Photoshop CS5 and is a Help Desk Specialist with the National Association of Photoshop Professionals. She is author of the books Canon 7D: From Snapshots to Great Shots and EOS Canon 60D: From Snapshots to Great Shots published by Peachpit Press. Nicole blogs regularly at NicolesyBlog.com.
Piet Van den Eynde is a Belgian freelance photographer. He also writes books, magazine articles and gives training about digital photography and post-processing with Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop. In 2009, he threw his camera, a flash and an umbrella in his bicycle panniers and cycled 5000 miles through Turkey, Iran, India and Indonesia for a photography project called PortraitsOfAsia. Learn more about Piet on his blog MoreThanWords.
Sean McCormack lives in Galway (West of Ireland, halfway between Connemara and The Burren). He’s a photographer, author and sound engineer. He’s been shooting for over 10 years, starting with film then moving quickly to digital. Initially his work was with bands, then he added landscapes, before eventually moving to studio work. While people photography is the main focus of his work, he still has a great love for landscapes. He’s been using Lightroom since it came out and is an Adobe Community Professional.
Stuart Sipahigil is an award-winning, published photographer who shoots and teaches for the love of the craft. In addition, he is the staff photographer for Outside Source Design , a multimedia design agency based in Indianapolis, Indiana. You can see more of Stuart’s work and read his thoughts on photography on his web site, StuartSipahigil.com.
Younes Bounhar is a scientist turned travel, architecture, and landscape Photographer. He is based in Ottawa, Canada. His clients include St-Joseph Media, Apex Publications, K2 Impressions, National Institute of Scenic Arts and Music (Spain). His photographs have been featured in several magazines in Canada and abroad (including Canadian Geographic, PhotoLife, PhotoSolutions, Photography Monthly). Learn more www.younesbounhar.com.