Monday, June 9, 2014

Inside The Creative Studio Of Dan Winters

I'm a bit of a Winterphile. You know what that is, right? It's a photographer who is a huge fan of the work of amazing photographer Dan Winters. Winters is at the top of the heap of talented portrait photographers working today, as far as I'm concerned, and I'm always keen to see what he's up to. Typically, I look for his handiwork on the covers of many popular magazines like Wired and Time. So when Wired just published a peek inside Winters' Austin studio, I couldn't wait to see what was inside. Turns out the place is as funky as you might expect given the photographer's propensity for prop building and set design. It's an eclectic place that gets my creative juices flowing, even just seeing it in pictures. It makes me want to do more with my own space, putting a little more personality into it, and maybe a little less mess. It's good to make the place you work—whether it's a big studio or a closet-sized desk space—into something that stokes your creative engine. Mr. Winters sure did, and it seems to be working out for him.

http://www.wired.com/2014/06/dan-winters/
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Inside The Creative Studio Of Dan Winters


I'm a bit of a Winterphile. You know what that is, right? It's a photographer who is a huge fan of the work of amazing photographer Dan Winters. Winters is at the top of the heap of talented portrait photographers working today, as far as I'm concerned, and I'm always keen to see what he's up to. Typically, I look for his handiwork on the covers of many popular magazines like Wired and Time. So when Wired just published a peek inside Winters' Austin studio, I couldn't wait to see what was inside. Turns out the place is as funky as you might expect given the photographer's propensity for prop building and set design. It's an eclectic place that gets my creative juices flowing, even just seeing it in pictures. It makes me want to do more with my own space, putting a little more personality into it, and maybe a little less mess. It's good to make the place you work—whether it's a big studio or a closet-sized desk space—into something that stokes your creative engine. Mr. Winters sure did, and it seems to be working out for him.

http://www.wired.com/2014/06/dan-winters/
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