“Since 1991 Christian Stoll has been working as a freelance photographer, now shuttling between the two worlds of New York city and Düsseldorf, Germany. In past years Stoll’s photography has been a major influence on the corporate image of global companies like General Electrics, IBM and Microsoft. Without being compelled to show greatness, he nonetheless succeeds in making greatness visible with his architectural settings and interior shots. In his still life photographs even the most banal objects undergo a metamorphosis, which may be the result of intensive digital processing, which transforms them into objects of desire. Christian Stoll works for numerous global brands and companies and for their networking companies and creative agencies.”
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This husband and wife, The Youngrens wedding photography team write excellent articles usually posted on Pictage
“Jeff and I were just in San Francisco this past week and in the course of four days we shot three engagement sessions for three incredibly unique and beautiful couples. Each couple was very different from the others – their stories were distinct and their personalities were one of kind.
We absolutely LOVE that all of our couples have such unique stories and personalities – we wouldn’t trade this job for anything – but photographing so many different types of personalities can also be challenging, right? Wouldn’t it be so much easier if every one of our couples responded the same way to our jokes? If they all looked great in the same type of poses? If their senses of humor all clicked perfectly with ours? If every groom thought that Jeff’s monkey dance was super awesome and NOT totally lame?
The truth is that we have to connect with each of our couples on a level that makes them comfortable and allows them to relax, but it’s not easy discovering what those levels are when everyone is so unique.”………more
Water as a subject is something that is almost always available to a photographer (especially if you carry a water bottle or spray bottle) and something that can make a fascinating image. We have covered the great water drop photographs of Steve Wall in the past, so we though we’d put together a collection of other photographers who manage to show what great things can be done with such a simple subject. From those nice people at Lightstalking…..more
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