Dec 31 2009

The Candid Frame #87 – Jay Maisel

Anytime you have an opportunity to hear Jay speak about photography you should take pause and listen. If you do no know about the Candid Frame series of interviews please make this a must listen to experience from this moment on. They are brilliantly done.

Jay Maisel is acknowledged as a master of natural-light color photography . With a photographic career beginning in mid 1950′s, His non-technical approach and his exceptional images have inspired countless photographers. Born and raised in New York City, many of these classic images have helped define the beautify of the city in a distinctive and memorable way. Based on his principle, “Light, Gesture and Color” he brings a sensibility which allows him to produce amazingly beautiful and revitting images from the unpredictable city street. He is in all regards, the photographer’s photographer. You can discover more of his work by checking out these previous interviews here, here and here.

You can discover more about his photographic workshop hosted at his home/studio in New York City here.

Jay Maisel recommends the work of Chema Madoz.

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