Yearly Archives: 2014

“Seeing is not enough; you have to feel what you photograph.” – Andre Kertesz 2014 has been yet another banner year both creatively and professionally. This year marks the 18th year I have been working as a full time pro photographer and I am very much looking forward to 2015. Before we cross over the threshold […]

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I am happy to announce that I will be part of the National Geographic Traveler Seminar series in 2015. It is an honor to work with National Geographic on these seminars. I will be giving a half day seminar in Boston on Outdoor Adventure Photography and a full day seminar with my good friend Nevada Wier in […]

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The Fall 2014 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 my latest assignment where I was given incredible freedom, a review of the Elinchrom […]

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To get the ball rolling for the fall holiday season, I am happy to announce a 30% off sale on all of my fine art prints until December 31st, 2014. How this works is very simple, just take 30% off my standard fine art print pricing, which can be found here, and contact me to […]

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In September, I had the honor of shooting an assignment for Red Bull Photography and Nokia. Redbullphotography.com is a website where Red Bull promotes 60 of their top photographers and I am excited to be among those sixty photographers. Each year, as part of a co-branding partnership, Red Bull Photography and Nokia choose a few […]

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It is always an honor to work with Apple. They are one of the most prestigious companies anywhere on Earth and they drive trends in a way few companies can. They have used a few of my images in the past, but to have my image used to promote the latest Retina 5K displays on […]

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Updated September 5, 2017: Some of the links I originally posted in this blog have disappeared so I removed one link and revised a few others.  I get on average three to six emails a week asking basically the same question: “I want to be a pro photographer and travel the world shooting adventurous assignments. How […]

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