Luke Edmonson Invites Photographers to Study with a Living Master


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Luke Edmonson invites you, Photographer, to study under a living Master: David Edmonson. Luke explains the exhilarating 3-year project that's allowing David to create his finest work ever! You are now hereby invited to join him.

Who is David Edmonson? In Luke's own words:

Over the next 365 days x 3 years = ART1095 project enables you to witness the creation of a modern masterpiece. While David Edmonson is not the first photographer to create homage pieces to past Master Artists, he is the most recent and arguably most relevant.

David Edmonson is known as a “Master Photographer to Master Photographers” and with good reason.

Photography has long been a part of our family’s legacy. It started as my father and grandfather working as professional photographers in our hometown of Dallas, TX. Today it’s the two of us.

My dad honed his skills and built his roots over the past 40+ years of commercial photography shooting magazines, books, CD covers, and annual reports. In the days of film, one of the crafts he perfected is in camera-artistry.

Before the days of digital and Photoshop, anything you wanted to create in a photograph was done through building sets, lighting the scene and a single frame of film.


Today's episode of The PhotoTellers explains the "1,000 day project," now named the ART1095 Project. Learn about the phases of creating art: From imitating, emulating, then creating. Hear what's most exciting about David's current work. Understand why David spends meticulous time creating depth with precisely the right elements.

You may wonder, as I did, "Is my time studying with David practical for my own photographic development?" Hear Luke's insightful response, an answer that applies to any area of personal growth.

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