Photographer Max Rive sits down with 500px to talk about his humble start in photography: http://bit.ly/1IccZan
Has your camera been sitting all alone in a dark closet, in a remote location of your house? Neglected. Forgotten about. Allowed to become home to multiple species of arachnids? Did winter or some similar event send you back into your den for a long, dark hibernation away from the joys of picture taking? A hibernation that has your head filled with miscellaneous cobwebs too? Maybe like that classic convertible in the garage as well?
What’s the first thing that your dormant car gets before you head out with the top down? Yes, the almighty tune-up. Maybe a fresh battery, new oil, new anti-freeze. Then you create some plans to travel, maybe to some of our National Parks, a great place to drive through with your now completely tuned car. You reach into the closet for the camera…and all those spiders attack. Now, as you recover in the hospital, you realize that you don’t remember a thing about taking a photograph beyond a lame social media snapshot. How do those camera controls work? What’s the objective of a compelling photograph?
What do you do? You simply add our Photography Tune-Up to your cart, to get the latest revised version of an e-book that Jay has created to help you remember not only what you love about photography, but how you go about illustrating your vision.
- Jay Goodrich Photographer Inc.Photographer and Writer, 2006 - presentFormally trained as an architect, now utilizing my knowledge of design to produce compositions with strong graphic elements. Searching out some of the greatest locations our world has to offer via planes, trains, automobiles, skis, and bicycles. Looking for new approaches and angles to produce images for editorial and commercial clients that attempt to rise above the mundane. Authoring the complete package from concept to execution with text and photographs for specific subjects, locations, and ideas.
Jay Goodrich is an internationally published adventure photo journalist living in the mountains surrounding Jackson, Wyoming.
He spends six months out of the year traveling the world creating stories about riding bikes on dirt and skis on snow. Recent clients include Audubon, Bike, Dirt Rag, National Geographic, Outdoor Photographer, Powder, The Sierra Club, and many more.
In addition, he is a contributing photographer and writer to Powder, The Ski Journal, Backcountry, Bike, Dirt Rag, and Outdoor Photographer magazines.
Jay teaches about a dozen photography workshops in North America each year, in addition to leading photographers to some of the most remarkable international destinations on the planet (https://jaygoodrich.com/workshops-tours/).
His work is represented by Tandem Stills + Motion. Things that make him happiest are his wife, kids, and really expensive tequila. You can make donations to...
Web : jaygoodrich.com
And if you are looking to improve the quality of your photographs, download Jay’s free photography tune-up ebook at: https://jaygoodrich.com/product/photo-tune-up-ebook/
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