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Every professional photographer finds him or herself in a bit of a creative rut at some point in their career. In this unique book, award-winning photographer and digital artist Mark Campbell (Wheeling, WV) shares with readers images that represent a three-year journey of creative self-discovery aimed at creating portraits that break the mold.
Campbell shows how he came up with four creative concept categoriesSaints and Sinners, Body Art, Underwater Portraits, and Creative Freestyleto really push the limits of his artistic approach and see his portrait sessions in a whole new light.
In this book, readers will learn the approaches Campbell used to create each striking work of artfrom conceptualization to posing, lighting, camera techniques, and postprocessing. Armed with these techniques and inspirational images, readers will find themselves ready to take creative risks in order to break through plateaus and achieve greater artistic and financial gains.
Mark Campbell, M.Photog., Cr., CPP, API, has owned and operated Prestige Photography & Video in Wheeling, West Virginia since 1989. He is a past president of both the Triangle Photographers Association and the Professional Photographers of West Virginia. He served on the PPA Council for 9 years and is the current chairman of the By-Laws, Rules & Ethics Committee. Mark is also a PPA Approved Photographic Instructor.
He has presented programs for numerous professional photography groups throughout the US as well as Fine Arts Centers and school systems and has represented Epson in several capacities. He was the number one photographer in West Virginia’s 2002 print competition and his very first entry into PPA National competition, Fisherman’s Wharf” appeared on the 2002 Loan Book cover - the first of four loan collection images. He has also won several Kodak Gallery and Fuji Masterpiece Awards and in 2005 was presented with The National Award - PPA’s highest service award. He was also named WV artist of the year by the Professional Photographers of West Virginia for 2015.
His teaching venues include: Triangle Institute, GLIP, PPSNY, The Florida School, Heart of America, Professional Photographers of West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware, as well as the MARS school and the Professional Photographers Guild of Delaware Valley in Philadelphia. In addition to many other local and regional organizations, Mark has consulted for private studios covering the entire eastern US and Bermuda.