Directing Video – The Photographer’s Perspective

By Sarah Jacobs


Michael Grecco fell in love with photography as a kid during summer camp. Like most analog photographers, he was enthralled by the magic of watching a print develop in a tray in the dark. He began pouring over the Time Life photography books from his local library, and discovering and studying his heros, Irving Penn, Richard Avedon and Bruce Davidson.

Later, he decided to switch gears and go to film school, “I figured I couldn’t learn any more about photography, how silly of me! Instead I would learn about moving images,” he tells us. This was a completely new …read more

Via: Photoshelter


Marco | Editor

Editor at large and founder of a bunch of stockphoto businesses