Journey with Frank Smith as he shares about his experiences traveling and photographing in remote and unique areas around the globe. As an avid traveler Frank uses the term “light perfected” in two ways. First as an Olympus Visionary he looks at “Light Perfected” as the ability to pack light and be nimble with the Olympus system. Because of the system he can pack lighter and can also be “less intimidating” when trying to shoot sensitive subjects.
Frank also looks at light from getting the best shot. The sun and clouds move quickly and light is critical to maximizing the image he hopes to capture. Being patient and willing to re-assess his options are important factors in getting the best shot especially when shooting at a certain location for a limited period of time.
As a philanthropic photojournalist, Frank has taken his camera to areas most would never venture; helping to capture and tell stories through his photographs. Additionally he has traveled and photographed many parts of India. These include festivals of over 30 million people migrating to worship along the Ganges River; the Taj Mahal at sunrise and the markets in Kashmir. Recent travels also include Bhutan, Atacama, Cuba, Mongolia, Central America and Morocco. Click here to contact Frank about this talk.
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