Photographing assignments on location
The photographer's studio may be a safe, controlled environment in which to work, but nothing beats the creative challenge of being on location where the world is your studio. Adrian Taylor, who has probably sent more photographers out into the field than any other art director, takes you along with ten of the world's best location shooters, as they describe the variety of challenges they have faced, their working methods while on assignment, and the unique individual philosophies that drive them in their work.
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