Adobe Inspire #2: Kalle Gustafsson
Posted by Scott
As I mentioned earlier, I’m guest blogging over at Adobe’s Inspire Blog this week. Today I talked about the work and process of one of my favorite photographers, Kalle Gustafsson. Read the entire article at Adobe Inspire
By the way, Kalle has a great new portfolio up with loads of new work to look at. You can check it out at www.kallegustafsson.com
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Scott Ortner says:August 11, 2009 at 5:31 pm
Really dig the blog…enjoy the mix of art and music, as i can’t seem to get enough of either most days. Not sure if you care for suggestions, but thought a photographer working in a field not usually covered might be cool. Thought you might be interested in writing about him on the adobe inspire blog. His name is Bo Bridges, and he is an AMAZING action sports photographer. I worked for him for a few years, and was constantly inspired by his work…Seems to always be in the right place and the right time…
his work can be seen on his site, http://www.bobridges.com
thanks, and again, really dig the blog
marc says:August 12, 2009 at 8:04 am
Is it just me or can anyone else get the adobe post to pull up? I guess they should have used wordpress like the rest of the blogging world.
Brian says:August 12, 2009 at 11:06 am
Ive been having the same problem marc…sometimes it works…other times it just sits there…
Her work is beautiful…I love the depth that each photo has.
Brian says:August 12, 2009 at 11:07 am
Scott says:August 12, 2009 at 12:10 pm
Marc & Bryan-
that was my fault, I tried to edit the post to fix a typo and apparently edits require approval so it was down until morning when the adobe’s editor came in and approved it. It’s back up now, as is my latest post: https://xd.adobe.com/#/guestblogger/article/358
John D. says:August 12, 2009 at 11:41 pm
Man oh man. Breathtaking stuff. I don’t know how much post production went into these, but it is refreshing to see photography like this.
Kelvin says:August 15, 2009 at 12:03 am
Hey Scott, you mentioned that you got to see his photoshop and work process for his photographs? Could you share some of the processes and things he used to achieve those moods? Would be interesting to know and learn from.
kaxpac says:August 17, 2009 at 12:32 am