Tue, 29 May 2012
This week I have the distinct pleasure of talking to photographer Vincent Versace.
First thing I should confess is that I am a HUGE Vincent Versace fan, I have been since the earliest steps of my photography journey so be forewarned that you may hear just a bit of giddiness in my voice.
So why am I such a big fan? Two reasons:
1. I think Vincent is an absolutely brilliant photographer
2. He is equally as good as a photography instructor
I have almost every one of his educational DVD's and the problem is the first time I watch them I just sit there and stare in amazement with my mouth gaping open, it's the second time through the DVD that I actually start to follow along and participating in the process.
During the interview we talked specifically about three of his images:
This one of the Smokey Mountains in Tennessee -
This image of Alcatraz in San Francisco bay -
And this image of the Eifel Tower during a snow storm -
If you're interested to checking out his educational offering (books and DVD's that are worth every penny) you can find them all listed over at Acme Educational.