The Candid Frame #116 - William George Wadman



William George Wadman is an editorial portrait photographer whose work regularly appears in TIME magazine, BusinessWeek, The New York Times, and La Monde to name just a few. His approach was developed by a personal 365 Project in which he created a portrait a day for a year, which he posted on his blog, which eventually drew much attention and helped create a presence for him as an up and coming photographer. Whether photographing the famous or the not-so-famous, he brings a straight-forward and interesting approach to images of people. You can discover more about Bill and his work by visiting his website or his blog. He also produces a podcast, Circuitous Conversations with Bill and Dan.

Bill Wadman recommends the work Sylvia Plachy.

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The Candid Frame #113 - Richard Koci Hernandez


Richard Koci Hernandez is a photojournalist and documentary photographer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. His passion for visual storytelling began in his years as a staff photographer at the San Jose Mercury News and continues today in both his personal work and his collaboration with students, including those at the Graduate School of Journalism at U.C. Berkeley. His early embracing of multimedia was ahead of its time and provided him an opportunity to help define a storytelling which is still in its infancy. At his heart, he is in love with photography and exudes that in all the work that he creates and shares. You can discover more of his work by visiting his website or his Flickr page.

Richard Koci Hernandez recommends the work of Dan Cristea.

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The Candid Frame #95 - Diego James Robles



Diego James Robles is a photojournalist who has recently launched his career as a staff photographer at the Denver Post. He discovered photography while in the Army and serving in Kosovo where he was in infantry. He newly discovered passion for photography led him to attend Ohio University where he recently graduated from the School of Visual Communication. You can discover more of his work by visiting his website.

Diego James Robles recommends the work of Peter Hoffman.

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