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    I mentioned being partial to landscape photography in a couple other threads, so my nominees are Ansel Adams and Darwin Wiggett. I also concur with Jones on Joe McNally and Scott Kelby, having met both of them at workshops and reading several of their books.


    I’ve been following this guy for maybe a year now. He has a lot of really creative, almost painterly wedding photos. He admitted and posted on his page how he started out- worse than some fauxtogs I’ve seen here! He really embraced learning obviously though because he’s got an insane following and he’s in his early 20s I believe.

    Three Nails Photography https://www.facebook.com/threenailsphotography

    I follow so many photographers though, so he’s only just one. Even some of the local photogs I take some of my drive/inspiration from. While my town is saturated with fauxtogs, there are also a handful of gems.

    Worst Case Scenario

    He’s got some great shots ( but he still has a few that could end up on the front page ) my main gripe would be that he called his company Three nails photography and then made a logo that’s a straight rip off of the Nine inch nails logo.



    Front page worthy? What did you see? That guy has amazing shots. The only photo I saw of his that was front page worthy was the one he showed from when he first started out- it was a toddler holding a balloon, spot-colored, with the contrast and clarity all the way up. He said that was only 3 years ago.

    I guess I don’t know the Nine Inch Nails logo. I think Three Nails has something to do with Jesus/the cross but not sure.


    wow, so poignant.


    Here is a photo that taken in isolation might make you think he belongs on the front page here.  http://www.gregoryheisler.com/#a=0&at=0&mi=2&pt=1&pi=10000&s=2&p=4

    But, here is some of his other work:  http://www.gregoryheisler.com/#mi=2&pt=1&pi=10000&s=0&p=9&a=0&at=0

    He gives classes that Joe McNally attends.


    Greg is a great guy. Super talented and incredibly knowledgable about everything photography. I miss working with him.

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