Fine art photographer
Tony Corbell is a photographer, educator and author who has photographed U.S. presidents, world leaders, sports celebrities and NASA astronauts. He has written more than 150 articles for photographic magazine in the U.S., Japan, the U.K., and China and his work has appeared in more than 25 photography books by other authors. Tony has taught photographic lighting and imaging workflow at more than 600 seminars and workshops and is a recipient of the prestigious Photographic Educator of the Year Award from the Professional Photographers of America organization.
Personal project on shape and line.
Photographically document unique buildings with unusual shapes in such a way as to make them fine art pieces not seen in the usual way.
Nikon D3, 1/640th @ f14 24-70mm zoom at 24mm. Daylight color balance.
“This image was enhanced greatly by very slightly altering the vibrance and clarity sliders in Lightroom. In a black and white version I was able to use Nik Software Silver Efex Pro to change the "soft contrast" and individually control highlight, midtone and shadow contrast and structure. No toning was applied.”
“For images I create that have a range of deep color, Red River’s UltraPro Satin is terrific. This paper has beautiful depth and the colors reproduce accurately– exactly the way I send them to my Canon Pixma Pro-1 printer. The surface is also ideal for this kind of work. I love it as much as I do Red River’s Palo Duro SoftGloss Rag which I use for my black and white work.”
Tony Corbell’s website is at: http://www.tonycorbell.com/home. He can be contacted at: http://www.tonycorbell.com/contact/Check out his new book, Light and Shadow, Dynamic Lighting Control for Location Lighting or at Amazon.