Your first professional gig is shooting The Clash at the launch of punk music.
Next, you’re with Elton John. Then you’re on assignment in lawless Mogadishu followed by an invitation to be Nelson Mandela’s personal photographer.
Clint Eastwood chooses you to photograph on the set. This is the stuff of dreams surely?
Meet Keith Bernstein, Sony ambassador and the man behind the stories above.
Also, today, dealing with low light, how to start in street photography and X-T2 or X-T3, what should I buy?
Key links from this episode:
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Featured in this week’s show:
- Magnum Photos – https://www.magnumphotos.com/
- Manfrotto Lumimuse LED – https://amzn.to/2OZDV5m
- Karah Mew – https://www.theglassnarrator.com/
- Bob Mazzer – https://www.lensculture.com/articles/bob-mazzer-life-from-a-tube-the-london-underground
- Bruce Gilden – https://www.brucegilden.com/
- Mel Digiacomo – https://meldigiacomo.photoshelter.com/about/index
- Nancy Borowick – http://www.nancyborowick.com/
- Fujilove – https://fujilove.com/
- Valerie Jardin – http://valeriejardinphotography.com/
- Craig Whitehead – https://www.instagram.com/sixstreetunder/
- Alan Schaller – http://alanschaller.com/
Images from Keith Bernstein
Please note, all images are strictly copyrighted Keith Bernstein and used with permission. No reproduction rights are granted.
You may also be interested in…
This is a wonderful mini-documentary about mentioned photographer Alan Schaller
Bruce Gilden in The Black Country
B&H Interview with the great Mel DiGiacomo