Joe McNally is a professional photographer with over 30 years experience. He has had cover storys in TIME, Newsweek and Entertainment Weekly among others, and taken photos for Sports Illustrated, LIFE and National Geographic. He is also well known for his project called “Faces of Ground Zero” from the aftermath of 911. He can be found online at Joe McNally Photography and has appeared as a guest on many podcasts and blogs. He produces many behind the scenes videos which can be found on his own web site, YouTube, and Kelby Training. I own and enjoy two books he has published Sketching Light and The Moment It Clicks
Martin Bailey is a professional Nature, Wildlife and Portrait photographer based in Tokyo, Japan. Through the year Martin holds photography adventures & workshop around the world, including Antarctica, New Zealand and of course Japan. His images have been published in Popular Photography Magazine among others and he is a Craft & Vision author. Online Martin maintains a blog, releases a weekly podcast, and also maintains a Members Forum and Gallery. Martin holds monthly assignments in the members gallery in which placings are decided by member votes.
Since he stopped taking on commercial work in the late ’90s, Jay has continued to focus on his personal work. He has developed a reputation as a giving and inspiring teacher as a result of extensive lecturing and photography workshops throughout the country. He also continues to sell prints, which can be found in private, corporate, and museum collections.
David was a professional photojournalist for 20 years before creating his blog Strobist, which teaches people how to light. In 2007 he left The Baltimore Sun to blog full time, and now uses Strobist as a platform to explore teaching and travel.
Matt writes books, magazine articles, blogs, creates video tutorials, DVDs, online training, and anything else you can think of when it comes to teaching people about Photoshop and digital photography. He is assosiated with Kelby Media Group and you can see him on The Grid and Lightroom Killer Tips podcasts. He a “Photoshop Guy” for the National Association of Photoshop Professionals.
Rafael Concepcion (RC) is the author of the bestselling book “Get Your Photography on the Web” a step by step book for photographers looking to develop their own websites. RC is also one of The Photoshop Guys and a co-host of D-Town TV.
Rick is a Canon Explorer of Light, has published over 36 books such as Exploring the Light, has released iPhone and iPad apps. He is a co host of a podcast called Digital Photo Experience, and also is an instructor in Kelby Training
Ibarionex is a photographer, writer, podcaster and educator with over 25 years of experience in the photographic industry. He is the host and producer of The Candid Frame photography podcast as well as the author of Chasing the Light: Improving Your Photography Using Available Light.