Guest Photographer Coming Soon plus a little news…

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: May 17, 2010

Category: General

Glyn Dewis Monthly GuestPatience has never been a strong point of mine so rather than make you wait until June, in the next few days I’m going to be introducing you to Guest Photographer Andy Cuadra. Andy is a superb Commerical/Editorial Photographer based out in Houston, Texas that I’ve got to know through Twitter and Facebook and amongst his other work has an ongoing project he’s working on called ‘Project 365’.

Andy has prepared a fantastic guest post which explains more about his ‘Project 365’ and I just know you’re going to love it. In the meantime, why not drop him a message here or through his Twitter and whilst you’re at it be sure to check out his website www.reelpixel.com.

Other News:
It was a real pleasure to be interviewed recently by Erik Bernskiold of Bernskiold Learning for his ‘Talkin’ Tuesday’ series.

Erik asked a number of questions from how I became involved in Photography to then asking more details about my new Workshop Series. You can check out the full interview here but also whilst you’re there I recommend you take a good look at Erik’s work which is just incredible. Erik is responsible for creating many big name web sites including Terry White’s Best App Site and what he doesn’t know about the web, design and all things computer related simply isn’t worth knowing.

And finally…
If you haven’t already seen it go check out a recent blog post over at the Strobist.com called ‘Brad Trent on the fake reality of Portraits’. It’s a great insight into photographer Brad Trent who introduced a totally ‘off the wall’ concept of including the lighting set up in his clients’ images. Check it out here and make sure you take a look at his main website where one of his portfolios contains more of these ‘set up’ shots.

That’s all for now so I’ll catch up with you later,
Enjoy 🙂

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4 Comments

  1. David Kelly

    Hi Glyn,

    Looking forward to reading some more about Andy. I genuinely admire anyone who has the commitment and dedication to do a 365 project and do it successfully. I’ve had several friends who have fallen by the wayside on such a project within a month or two.

    I had the good fortune to meet Ken Scott, a Sussex landscape photographer a few months back when he gave a lecture at my local camera club. He was talking about his 365 project which is now into its 3rd year! His ethos is that he should be continually practising his art on such a frequent basis, in the same way that any musician or artist would do, in order to hone his skills. His project is available on Flickr like Andy’s – http://bit.ly/9WlCL7

    Interesting quirk re: Brad’s work – lighting diagram and portrait in one. I can see why he got some strange reactions when he first showed such shots to clients. I wonder how many lights he has to light up the lighting equipment in those images? 😉

    Regards,

    David

    Reply
    • Glyn

      Hi David.
      Yeah I totally agree with you about the commitment it takes to complete a Project 365. Andy is doing an incredible job consistently producing great results day by day so I certainly take my hat off to him. What you say about Ken having done 3 of them…amazing!

      Really looking forward to getting Andy’s post online so everyone can see what he’s up to and what a real nice guy he is too.

      Thanks again for dropping by and commenting; you’re a star!

      Cheers,
      Glyn

      Reply
  2. Erik Bernskiold

    Glyn, thanks a lot for the kind words and thanks for participating in the interview!

    Reply
    • Glyn

      The pleasure was all mine Erik; thank you for even thinking of including me.

      Cheers,
      Glyn

      Reply

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