Dantzig Photography Male Photographer


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Aug 09, 2016
Very Experienced
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Oct 10, 2005

About Me

I've been getting a number of friend requests from models who are under 18 years of age. I'd love to have you on my friends list, but I need a note from one of your parents first. It's my policy. Thanks for understanding.

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http://hawaiischoolofphotography.com is now live!

Check out the first Hawaii School of Photography Newsletter here:

Hey Everyone, check out the FREE lessons section in my School pages at http://www.dantzigphotography.com for new lessons! Feel free to drop me line with any questions. Portrait Lighting for Digital Photographers: The Basics and Beyond is now available!


Here are some reviews on the new book (not the Back to Basics one!):

Photographer, author and good friend of ShootSmarter.com Stephen Dantzig has just released his third book titled "Softbox Lighting Techniques for Professional Photographers" and is right on target if you need some help with portrait lighting setup and control.
This book is chocked full of great lighting tips, tricks and diagrams for beginner to intermediate pros & emerging pros. It also covers many alternative uses for creating great looking portraits using a Softbox which we think is vital to digital photography.
Professionals and non-pros alike will all find something of use in Steve's new book and we think the info on "Combining Light Sources" in chapter 4 (page 72) is some of the best we've seen on this topic. To order signed copies of the first printing of this "must read" book, please visit Steve's website at http://www.dantzigphotography.com or if you don't need a signed copy and want to save a few bucks you can order it directly from http://www.Amazon.com..
This book is absolutely terrific! - Will Crockett

Stephen Dantzig's Softbox Lighting Techniques will make a valuable addition to any working pro's technical library. Of key interest are the sections on how varying surfaces and size, as well as reflectivity of the individual softboxes or their components can drastically affect the quality and volume of the light. Dantzig has done his research and used excellent photographs to illustrate his points.
--Bill Hurter, Editor, Rangefinder

http://www.prophotoresource.com is a great on-line resource for all photographers from advanced amateurs through professionals who want to share information and learn from other pros. The site has monthly columns written by some of the top professionals in the business and a terrific Q&A forum. Best of all, the site is now FREE with an upgrade option for cool industry discounts.

Please note: I can no longer accept request for TFP/TFCD shoots. I'd love to help build your portfolio and my rates are reasonable. Starter portfolios begin at $295.00. Every image that leaves my studio is personally retouched. Your satisfaction is guaranteed. Thank you for hiring Stephen Dantzig Photography.

Please check out my bookstore! Sets of screen savers of some of your favorite Hawaiian models and landscapes are now available! You can also order signed copies of my photography books and an on-line beauty and fashion lighting lesson as well as prints of beautiful Hawaii!
I know that you can purchase the books elsewhere—probably for less money, but I personally sign each copy I sell. Softbox Lighting Techniques for Professional Photographers is NOW available! NOTE: I am running a sale on signed copies of Lighting Techniques for Fashion and Glamour Photography [limited stock] and Master Lighting Techniques for Outdoor and Location Digital Portrait Photography. Both books will be available for a limited time for $25.00 each plus shipping. Check out the bookstore at http://www.dantzigphotography.com.  Thanks!

Also, one of your favorite featured MM models will receive a commission for each sale. Simply e-mail me with the name of the model you are supporting and she will receive her share when I receive payment from you. I know it is tough to choose just one, but sorry, only one commission per sale. 
Master Lighting Techniques features MM'ERS: MZTERESA,  TYLABS and RACHEL REGINA!

Please visit the bookstore on my website for details

Stephen Dantzig is a nationally renowned lighting expert and author of Lighting Techniques for Fashion and Glamour Photography for Film and Digital Photographers and Master Lighting Techniques for Outdoor and Location Digital Portrait Photography (Amherst Media). Signed copies of both books are available for purchase through his website. Softbox Lighting Techniques for Professional Photographers is set for a summer release. Steve has written more than forty articles and lessons on photographic lighting and ethics. He is a frequent contributor to RANGEFINDER Magazine and his lessons have appeared in Professional Photographer Magazine, PC Photo Magazine, Studio Photography and Design, ProPhoto West, and the Photoflex Web Photo School. His work has appeared on more than 22 magazine covers including local, regional and national markets. Some of his published works have appeared in the Amherst Media’s Portrait Photographer’s Handbook, Group Portrait Photography Handbook, and The Best of Portraiture, This Week Magazine (Hawaii), Pleasant Hawaii Magazine, Doll Reader, Metropolitan Home, Studio City Lifestyles Magazine, Santa Clarita Valley Living, and The Los Angeles Times. Stephen is a twenty-one time Award of Merit recipient from the Professional Photographers of Los Angeles County and has received two Awards of Merit from The Professional Photographers of Hawaii. His specialties include fashion, beauty and corporate photography. Stephen also holds a Doctor of Psychology degree from the Rutgers University Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology. He now works, teaches and resides in Honolulu, HI. Please visit my website to see more of my work and order your SIGNED book!

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