Monthly Archives: April 2007

This article was originally published in the Summer 2005 issue of my Newsletter. A few months ago I photographed some good friends, Ryon Reed and Nate McKay doing some extreme mountain biking (aka Freeriding)at a brand new secret location near Moab, Utah named Canfield Canyon. Having photographed these guys before I knew it was going […]

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I recently shot some new images of outdoor athletes in a studio for my stock agency Aurora Photos. The image above is a portrait of my good friend Celine Cousteau, member of the Ocean Futures Society, scuba diver and all around elite world traveler. This image of Celine was worked up using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom […]

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James Nachtwey is one of those photographers that has always inspired me as a photographer and as a human being. If you haven’t seen the “War Photographer” documentary I highly recommend it. This afternoon, while updating my website I found a video of Mr. Nachtwey accepting the 2007 TED prize. It is a heart wrenching […]

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An excerpt from the Winter 2007 issue of the Michael Clark Photography Newsletter: The more I look at recent photography trends the more I see Photoshop becoming an accepted reality in the photography market. I’m not saying Photoshop is bad or that manipulating your images is impure or anything. I see more and more images […]

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