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Last Minute Advice for Those Covering Gustav
September 1, 2008, 11:15 am
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To Delete or Not To Delete – “THAT” is the The Question
August 28, 2008, 8:47 am
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From PDN “Nadav Kander”
August 5, 2008, 8:20 am
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If you haven’t already – check out Nadav Kander’s site – and his recent work (nod to Daryl Land at PDN for featuring this)- he is widely accepted to be one of the most influential commercial (and fine art) photographers today.   Not only is he a great person to meet (he’s one of the photographers my agent Stockland Martel represents) – he’s also managed to accomplish a rare thing these days:  to balance the needs of his commercial clients without losing his own personal vision and style.  I am a huge fan of his work and very much look up to him.  Check out “The Parade” under his “work” category and pretty mush anything else on his site.