Joe McNally is an internationally acclaimed photographer, whose career has spanned 30 years and included assignments in over 50 countries. Although the majority of his career has been spent shooting for magazines such as Time, Sports Illustrated, and National Geographic, in the mid-1990s Joe served as Life magazine’s staff photographer, the first one in 23 years. He also has shot commercial assignments for Target, Nikon, and Sony, to name a few. Joe is a recipient of the Alfred Eisenstaedt Award and has been honored by Pictures of the Year International, World Press Photo, The Art Directors Club, American Photo, Communication Arts, and Graphis. He conducts numerous workshops around the world as part of his teaching activities. One of Joe’s most notable projects, Faces of Ground Zero — Giant Polaroid Collection, has become known as one of the most significant artistic responses to the tragedy at the World Trade Center.
OK, you can learn about Joe on his website or blog, www.joemcnally.com; www.joemcnally.com/blog, but to realy know this hillariously knowledgable guy you need to spend some time with him. You can do that at The Digital Photo Workshops. Sign up for one of his workshops today.
Dave's work has appeared in a variety of magazines such as Sports Illustrated, Time, Newsweek, ESPN, Parade and The Wall Street Journal. And with such publishers such as Simon & Schuster, Bantam Double Day, Pindor Press, Hyperion, Scribner, and Broadway. Television shows on ABC Sports, CBS Sports, E Entertainment, NBC Sports, and the award winning ESPN Classics also use Dave's work.
Some of his clients include Chevy, McDonalds, Reebok, Hallmark, Coca Cola, Xerox, Nikon, Visa, Johnson & Johnson, Nikon, Kodak, NFL Properties, and The United States Olympic Committee.
Dave is a regular staff member and featured speaker with several workshops including Rich Clarkson's Sports Photography Workshop with Sports Illustrated, Photography at the Summit with National Geographic, the Digital Summit with Nikon, Nikon's Churchill Downs Photojournalism Seminars, Sports Shooter Workshop, Nikon College Series and a variety of lectures and workshops at various colleges and universities. Dave has been a featured speaker at Photokina.
Dave is a pleasure to be around. His passion for photography is truely contagious. Let some of that rub off on you when you work side by side with him on one of his workshops at The Digital Photo Workshops.
Rick Sammon, a Canon Explorer of Light, is one of the most active photographers on the planet. The dude just can’t sit still!
Rick has published 36 paper books, including Secrets of HDR Photography, Exploring the Light, and Digital Photography Secrets.
Rick is also a leader in iPad and iPhone photography apps. His apps include:
• Rick Sammon’s Light It! – a collection of live-action movies that show Rick’s basic lighting techniques.
• Rick Sammon’s iHDR – an interactive iPad app that shows the user the wonders of HDR photography.
• Rick Sammon’s 24/7 Photo Buffet – an e-book that offers 24/7 access to Rick’s best photo tips, tricks and techniques. iPhone and iPad versions available.
Rick’s book, Flying Flowers won the coveted Golden Light Award, and his book Hide and See Under the Sea won the Ben Franklin Award.
Rick, who has photographed in almost 100 countries around the world, gives more than two-dozen photography workshops (including private workshops) and presentations around the world each year.
Rick co-founded the Digital Photography Experience podcast (www.dpexperience.com) with Juan Pons.
Rick also hosts several training courses on kelbytraining.com and has a three-day class on creativeLive.com.
Rick, who has been nominated for the Photoshop Hall of Fame, is considered one of today’s top digital -imaging experts, cutting through lots of Photoshop “speak,” making it fun, easy and rewarding to work and play in the digital darkroom.
When asked about his photo specialty, Rick says, “My specialty is not specializing.”