“For me a photograph is most successful when it doesn’t answer all the questions, but leaves something to the imagination”
X-Rite’s Where in the World is Your ColorChecker Passport? contest is running into it’s second month, so we wanted to take a moment to highlight the work of Greg Gorman. Greg is a world renown photographer and X-Rite Coloratti who generously agreed to not only provide the grand prize for this contest, but to judge the finalist entires as well.
Greg has spent over four decades mastering the art of photography, with almost countless iconic images to his credit. His portraiture work is wide ranging, but he is perhaps best known for his work “documenting that peculiar obsession with 21st century celebrity”. It’s a safe bet that you have come across his unique style of photography in numerous magazine features and ad campaigns.
Not only is he a skilled photographer, but Greg is also a gifted teacher. He frequently holds workshops in his home and studio on the Pacific North Coast that have been called “the best of the best” by it’s alumni. To learn more about his workshops follow this link
Greg has been recognized for his contribution to the world of photography with the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Professional Photographer’s of America, the Achievement in Portraiture Award from The Lucie Foundation and the Pacific Design Center Stars of Design Award. Greg has also been acknowledged for his charitable works for The Elton John Aids Foundation, Aids Healthcare Foundation, Focus on Aids, The Oscar De La Hoya Foundation, Vox/Out Voices of Style + Design, PETA, Angel Art, and PawsLA.
So, be sure to enter the Where in the World is Your ColorChecker Passport? contest by sharing photos of your ColorChecker from where ever your travels take you this summer with the #colorcheckercontest for a chance to win great color management prizes and maybe the grand prize of a signed Greg Gorman print. To view more of Greg’s amazing portfolio visit GormanPhotography.com.
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