This week we chat to an incredibly talented young lady at the peak of her career in the Hollywood movie and TV poster industry. Lisa Carney has worked on hundreds of well know movie and TV posters you’d all recognise. Lisa tells us how she came to be in this industry and how she is now a leader and mentor for women in the industry. Lisa is an incredible retoucher, finisher, photographer, teacher and human being. Please join us and Lisa for a funny, friendly and informative chat about her, her career and the industry.
In Lisa’s words… “I am primarily an entertainment/beauty retoucher. Been doing it for what seems like forever. I feel very privileged to be working in this industry, with pretty amazing people. I teach privately and I do group workshops. I have resettled in LA after a 5 year stint in rural France. I travel back and forth from Los Angeles, Paris, London. It was a crazy life to be in the middle of nowhere, working in a tranquil setting. Modern technology is pretty amazing! But, it is good to be back. I love, love, love photography. Check out my Behance site if you would like to see some of my current projects.” https://www.lisacarney.com // http://instagram.com/lisacarneyfinishing_station // https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Ki92FJgHklssRxoE4AR7A// https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisa-carney-220b396
Last week we spoke to the godfather, this week we speak to ‘The Photoshop Guy’ Dave Cross. Both Glyn and Dave have learned so much from people such as Dave since their introduction to Photoshop and continuing our quest to interview the very people who have helped us we bring you our episode with Photoshop Hall of Famer, author and instructor (ex-KelbyOne/NAPP) Dave Cross.
For over 28 years Dave Cross has been helping photographers and creative professionals get the most out of their Adobe software. Since1987, Dave has taught Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign to thousands of users around the world. He has a Bachelor of Education, is an Adobe Certified Instructor and is a Certified Technical Trainer. Dave has taught for Adobe, at Photoshop World, the Texas School of Photography, Adobe MAX, Imaging USA and at numerous corporate locations. Dave has written many articles and multiple books, co-hosted Photoshop User TV and has taught online courses for Kelby One, Creative Live and Photoshop Cafe. He offers online training at learningphotoshop.cc.
Dave has taught Photoshop in every state in the United States, throughout Canada and in Europe, consistently earning rave reviews. Dave is well-known for his engaging style, his humor and his ability to make complex topics easy to understand. In 2009 Dave was inducted into the Photoshop Hall of Fame, and in 2016 and 2017 was named a MAX Master Instructor.
https://online.davecrossworkshops.com // https://www.facebook.com/PSGuyDaveCross/ //
Glyn and Dave return from Adobe Max in Los Angeles and give you an update about the event, the great people they met and also dealing with some very negative online comments about Photoshop CC2019. On episode 44 we chat to Photoshop legend Bert Monroy, recorded at Adobe Max 2018.
This week Glyn interviewed a friend from his school days, Nathan Black. Nathan was the kid that everyone wanted to be: good looking, tough, he had muscle, all the girls chased him..he had it all. However in later life has had serious physical and medical illness and it’s through his strength of character and positivity he’s alive today! No matter what you’re experiencing in life have faith that it will work out. Good times are ahead, just stick in there as Nathan has because through darkness there is light!
Photography is Gift so GIVE IT!
Who needs a Studio?
This week Glyn and Dave chat to photographer Peter Hurley – the headshot guy who created “The Peter Hurley Look”, “The Squinch” and of course SHABANG! We chat to Peter how a schoolkid with little confidence starts of sailing and ends up with a modelling career with Ralph Lauren / Polo and ends up being a successful photographer, teacher and author….and still a decent sailor!
http://instagram.com/peter_hurley http://www.youtube.com/user/peterhurleyphoto https://www.nytimes.com/1995/12/03/style/a-sailor-finds-his-angel.html
Following on from the Lenny Terenzi episode, Dave and Glyn got chatting about friendship and relationships in business and life and how to make sure you know how to balance and manage them to the best possible outcome. Not all decisions in life are a ‘yes’ but quite often the ‘no’ isn’t always a negative. Hopefully after listening you’ll find a way of making sure your friendships stay strong and your business continues to grow with their support and help.
Glyn sat down with David Edmonson and his son, Luke, both incredible photographers for a very personal chat about life and photography but it’s more than that for both of them. David has over 40 years in the industry and is truly a ‘Master Photographer’. Join Glyn, David and Luke for a very intimate conversation.
David Edmonson has been called a “Master Photographer to Master Photographers” and with good reason. With over 40 years in the industry, the indelible impact David Edmonson leaves with clients, students and peers around the world is remarkable. No doubt, his signature style is unmistakable. But it’s his “Iron-Sharpens-Iron” philosophy that has fueled his art and professional success.
A relentless pursuit of excellence through competition. Selfless mentorship. A hands-on benevolence with his passionate charities. Simply put, the “Edmonson Way” means that giving is a both a privilege and a path to self-improvement; for himself and those he encounters. David, is a Grand Master Photographer of WPPI, was bestowed with WPPI’s Lifetime Achievement the organizations highest honor. It’s often said that Art Imitates Life. If you’ve ever seen the work of David Edmonson, this is clearly true: “Profound with dimensionality, ingrained with emotion and compelling in their beauty.”
In 2015, Luke, a Double Master of WPPI, presented his father David with WPPI’s Lifetime Achievement the organizations highest honor. Luke is al-so one of the three founders and and a graduate of WPPI’s Certification Program for Wedding & Portrait Photographers, the first ever of its kind.
…This is the Edmonson Way.
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Glyn and Dave chatted to UKs very own Hannah Couzens. Hannah is an absolute powerhouse of a business person, photographer and all round lovely person. We first met Hannah at The Photography Show and have both followed her career for a few years, she chats about how she made a very focused start in her business at the young age of 19 and how she’s worked damn hard to build that and maintain it.
This week I got to have an awesome chat with the man behind Recapturist and the best selling book ‘Junk Type’, Bill Rose. Bill has spent over a decade travelling around America capturing the lost roadside treasures of the USA. Neon signs, logo design, junk type, shop fronts and anything that catches his eye to preserve in a photograph. Check out Bill’s site recapturist.com to see his collection and his map of treasure! This interview was an absolute joy!
Recapturist is Bill Rose. Bill Rose documents the aesthetics of vintage American design. The most visually pleasing parts of American design are fading away. The glorious neon signs that once lined our roadsides are nearly extinct. Mid-Century modern architecture is increasingly hard to find among non-residential structures. And products that used to come branded with machine-stamped chrome badges and hand-drawn typographical elements are now made overseas and marked with plastic decals.
This tragic state of affairs is widening the gap between the golden age of design and the present day. So Bill has spent the last decade-plus on a mission to capture the finest examples of what’s left. He travels the back roads of America looking for neon signs, junkyards, yard sales, antique stores, estate sales–anywhere evidence of these endangered designs can still be found. The result is a graphic collection of design and typography from an era that predates the computers and specialized software used by modern-day designers. These images depict forms that were conceived, created, and produced manually on a drawing table using tools and techniques that are nearly obsolete today. These designers were true craftsmen. Bill’s hope is that his site http://www.recapturist.com can serve as a reference guide–a resource that helps bridge the design and typographic styles of the past with those of today–and perhaps even be a source of inspiration for whatever comes next. https://twitter.com/recapturist // https://www.instagram.com/recapturist/ // https://www.instagram.com/junktype // https://www.facebook.com/recapturist // http://www.pinterest.com/recapturist