Eric Goncalves

Five For Friday #27

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“The creative is the place where no one else has ever been. You have to leave the city of your comfort and go into the wilderness of your intuition. What you’ll discover will be wonderful. What you’ll discover is yourself.” – Alan Alda

Eric Goncalves Eric Goncalves

There is not much to be found about Eric Goncalves except that he must live in the most beautiful place in England. His photographs of the Wye Valley are simply stunning.  [via Photography Blog]

In this short clip, Eric Maisel reminds all of us; whether writers, artists, or photographers; that creativity does not come without some sort of pain, and in order to make meaning out of it we need to push through that pain to get to the end result.[via Photofocus]

Colby Brown Colby Brown

Although I am only posting a couple of examples of his portraits; Colby Brown has quite an extensive portfolio. Working with clients such as National Geographic, The Sierra Club, and The Red Cross, Brown calls himself a travel, landscape, and humanitarian photographer. His work, although varied, is beautiful across the board. [via Borrowlenses]

Have you ever wondered what to charge clients? I think it’s a problem most photographers struggle with at one time or another and it is really difficult to find answers. Mark Wallace from AdoramaTV put together this short (15 minute) video on how to figure it out. It’s not going to give you specific dollar amounts, but it is a good place to start.  [via Sara Lando]

Joel Robison Joel Robison

Joel Robison has done four separate 365 projects, which is impressive by itself, but the work he produces is just wonderful. Using himself as a model for many of the photographs, they never seem to be repetitive or dull. Each one seems to show that there doesn’t seem to be an end to his creativity.  [via My Life Scoop]


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  • I’ve only done one 365 project…and then I lost the first 4 months of my work to a computer crash and a portable hard drive that turned out to be a dud. So discouraging. BUT! I am very much looking forward to starting another. This time I will be more careful about how I back up my files.

    • Jeffery Saddoris October 12, 2012  

      Oh, bummer. You may want to look into one of the cloud-based backup solutions.

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