In this short interview Paul Marcellini provided us with a wealth of information about how he goes about selling his fine art prints.
About Jay Patel
I could startoff like this – “Seeds of Jay Patel’s appreciation for beautiful places were planted early in his childhood….” but it would get boring really fast. I will just sum it up and say that I am a Landscape and Wilderness Photographer who loves to capture dramatic light. My photographs have been published in various magazines, calendars and advertising materials throughout the world. Find me on: Google+ | Facebook | Pinterest
Entries by Jay Patel
Circular Polarizer seems pretty simple to use… just screw it onto your lens, and then rotate the outer ring until you get the effect you want. At least, that’s what I thought…
When you start out on a new path, you don’t know if you’ll be successful so it is a nice surprise when things do work better than expected.
While filming our course in New Zealand, we unexpectedly ran in to this good-looking sea lion & he was a perfect model
Our goal is to help improve your photography skills by providing highly focused coverage on all aspects of landscape photography.
Jay offers a few words of advice on using leading lines in your photos.
Field work is a great place for out-of-the-box thinking especially when shooting something challenging like underwater subjects.
Paul Marcellini demonstrates how he uses different lens impacts negative space around the subject.
Learn to focus on your subject and avoid the distractions caused by negative space.
A long lens will make distant mountains seem more important – and a crop factor camera gives you a little something extra.