Yearly Archives: 2006

In this ever-changing world of digital tools, I have recently reworked my digital workflow using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. I chose Lightroom because of it’s intuitive and powerful controls as well as its user interface. I have found that 80% of what I do in post processing with careful shooting techniques can be done in Lightroom […]

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Nikon and Digital Photo Pro magazine featured Michael and his work in an advertorial in the November/December 2006 issue of Digital Photo Pro. The advertorial which appears on the inside back cover, also included an interview with some interesting questions such as “What turns you on creatively? What’s your dream photo assignment?” and “If you […]

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ASMP’s 2006 Best Of issue’s extended interviews have been uploaded to their website. The interview also includes a sampling of Michael’s images from the Adobe assignment. To check out that interview go to: http://www.asmp.org/culture/bestof2006/Michael_Clark/index.php.

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The Summer 2006 issue of Nikon World Magazine includes a feature on Michael and his work. Along with the magazine, Nikon also recorded an interview for nikonworld.com with Michael speaking about his work. Since Nikon World Magazine is not available on newsstands Nikon has graciously sent me a pdf copy of the article which is […]

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Nikonworld.com recently posted an extended audio interview with Michael talking about his images, how he got them and the equipment used to capture the images published in the Nikon World Magazine article. You can check out the interview at http://www.nikonworld.com/. Click on Portfolio in the left-hand menu, then click on Portfolio Archive and choose Michael […]

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Michael recently shot demo files for Adobe’s new digital specific software named “Lightroom” currently in beta stage. For this assignment Michael was asked to shoot mountain biking and freeriding, an extreme form of mountain biking involving jumping off rather large cliffs and taking big risks. We chose Moab, Utah as our location and mountain bikers […]

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