Category Archives: Interviews

Red Bull Illume just posted a blog post about “What’s in my [camera] Bag.” I have done a few of these in the last year, notably one on ShotKit.com, and now this one on Red Bull Illume. This equipment overview also discusses some of my most challenging assignments, my recent medium format purchase and also […]

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Last month Professional Photographer Magazine, which is the magazine of Professional Photographers of America (PPA), featured a profile of my work in the May 2016 issue. The profile, titled “Rock On,” discusses a wide variety of topics including several close calls, a few specific pieces of gear I use, my Newsletter, how I market my […]

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The Spring 2016 issue of the Michael Clark Photography Newsletter is now available for download. If you’d like to sign up for the Newsletter just drop me an email and I’ll add you to the mailing list. This issue includes an editorial about working with a new Hasselblad medium format digital camera system, a review of the Hasselblad H5D 50c […]

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Adventure Journal did an interview with me last week for their venerable website, http://adventure-journal.com. It went live last Friday, and it featured some interesting questions – quite different than the normal ones I get. It also had one of the best intros I have ever read for one of my interviews. The author, Brook Sutton, prefaced the […]

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Rob Haggart has had a significant influence on my career. While he was the photo editor at Outside Magazine, he once told me, “You adventure sports guys couldn’t light your way out of a paper bag.” And he was right. A lot has changed since that lunch in 2002, but he nailed it and he […]

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Digitaltrends.com, one of the biggest tech websites on the internet, just posted an interview with yours truly this past weekend. The editors took some liberties with a selacious title and even reworked a few of my quotes to give it some “adventure dude” speak but otherwise this interview has some useful insight. The title of the […]

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