“I try to do as little direction as possible because I want to give my subjects an opportunity to be themselves; they can be involved in the shoot.” – Photographer Clark James Mishler
Photographers Clark James Mishler and Michael Huff show some behind-the-scenes for shooting and editing photography in Anchorage, Alaska. Mishler tells a story about being rewarded for persistence.
Photography process advice Clark James Mishler studio portrait
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Alaska Photo Anthropology — Photographer Clark James Mishler photographs culture in Alaska, capturing images as a form of visual anthropology documenting local life, including an ongoing portrait-a-day portfolio. Mishler visits rural Alaska to photograph Native subsistence techniques. Subsistence activities make possible customs and traditions…... Read More >