About Seth

Seth Resnick

Curriculum Vitae

Seth Resnick is a Master Photographer who has made his mark in the world of contemporary photography with a prolific career spanning education, fine art, editorial, stock and commercial work, as well his entrepreneurial contributions in training thousands of photographers in digital workflow. Chosen by Photo District News as one of the 30 most influential photographers of the decade, Seth is greatly in demand for his beautiful graphic images in both natural and created light. Resnick has been published in many of the world’s most prestigious magazines. His credits include over 2500 publications worldwide and his clients constitute a virtual “Who’s Who” list of Corporate America.

Antarctica Photography Workshop - Seth Resnick
Seth Resnick in Lemaire Channel during DPD Antarctica Photography Workshop

He is co-founder of D-65, an organization teaching digital workflow workshops, webinars, one-on-one training, tech support, and consulting for photographers, studios, agencies, and corporate art departments. Resnick is also a co-founder of Digital Photo Destinations, an organization that combines exotic world travel with photographic education. As a digital innovation consultant, Resnick works with Adobe, Nikon, X-rite, Epson, NEC, and others to help them formulate more useful products for photographers. Resnick was one of 50 Master Photographers worldwide first named as a Canon “Explorer of Light.” He is a member of the prestigious X-rite Colorati program as well as an Alpha/Beta and feature consultant for Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom and the Ilford Masters Program .

He travels extensively presenting the various aspects of photography, and was the Founding President of Editorial Photographers, a trade organization dedicated to the promotion of sound business practices for editorial photography. Seth is also a partner of PixelGenius, which is developing Photoshop plug-ins and software for Adobe.

Resnick is a  contributing photographer to Conde Nast Traveller and a columnist for a variety of trade publications. He has given hundreds of lectures to industry organizations such as American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP), Advertising Photographers of America (APA), Professional Photographers of America (PPA), Advertising Photographers of New York (APNY), and various colleges and universities.

Seth Resnick is as an industry consultant to photo agencies, software companies and is frequently quoted by industry magazines.


Our workshops are post-doctorate fellowships in photography.  When somebody said to Ansel Adams that there are no people in his photos, he replied, “There are two people in the photograph, the photographer and the viewer.”  Our workshops concentrate on developing the photographer.  Our task is to get you in touch with yourself, so you can elevate your photography to a higher level.  We use a series of exercises that we have developed to help you unlock your creativity and advance your photography.  If you are open and flexible you will see amazing growth in a short time.  Our workshop participants have varied approaches to their photography, and we have discovered that our workshops deepen each workshop participant’s work.  Please join us as we take your to another level.


My photographs are a journey into the personal energy of each subject. As a journalist I started out photographing people and it was difficult for me to understand why landscape became so important in my work, especially when so many times there are indeed no people. Ironically my vision statement used to say that my photographs are about breaking personal space, but I learned it wasn’t so much about breaking personal space as it was capturing energy. When I was able to realize that, it was very easy for me to see a rock or a sand dune in the same way that I saw people and that journeying into that energy is really what I find so attractive.

The camera is a bridge to the energy I feel from the subject. I don’t want to displace that energy, but rather try to capture that very energy I feel in the moment. Hopefully the photograph can elicit that same sensation in others. A camera freezes time, but I like to think that moment isn’t frozen at all but very much alive, almost akin to suspended animation.

I don’t select objects or themes. Rather, I let my subjects lead me. I love writing down parts of dreams or free-association thoughts in the night and then going out to try to capture those thoughts and feelings. One reoccurring theme that enters into my work time and time again is optical illusion. I was a big fan of M.C. Escher as a kid and continually find that influence in my work.  I love when your mind can take something as concrete as a photograph and transform it so many ways. I am also very attracted to layers and compacted space that create a certain sensuality in nature. I realize I am exploring the fantasy of nature

Even in places that are less obviously beautiful, I try to find a deeper beauty that is filled with metaphor. In the Namibian desert I found a simple salt deposit at the bottom of a sand dune. To me, though, it was much more than a sand dune. I call the photograph the Cerebral Desert because the patterns of the salt are a metaphor for a living brain. This is one of the driest and most hostile deserts on Earth, where daytime temperatures seemingly prohibit life, and yet one can envision a brain with a heart pumping blood through its very core.

I feel that my photographs become a metaphor for life. For example I shot  some old horseshoes on a windowsill in a small pueblo outside of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. I’m sure folks walked by them everyday and hardly noticed them. When I saw them, though, I felt a sense of energy that was representative of the vibrancy of the barrio. Here was a community that to the naked eye seems extremely poor and depressed, but there is a strong sense of community and family richness. The bright yellow wall contrasting the horseshoes helped to portray the vitality that I felt in this environment.

I hope that viewers can use my photographs to open up their own imaginations. People often ask me if my photographs are real. I love that the images seem to be from another world and thus can’t be believed. But I capture what is really there to be captured. I try to capture what my mind’s eye sees and feels.


My style typically incorporates graphic boundaries in a very compacted space filling the frame. I love to use layers and both straight and curved lines travel through that space deeply exploring the energy I feel from within that space and creating a sense of depth. I am interested in both the tension and solitude that exists within the frame. I use light, texture and bold primary colors to photograph the energy that I feel from the personal experience with my subject. I love to get in tight and enjoy both high telephoto and extreme wide angle to help create optical illusions which are important to me in the exploration of what I call the fantasy of nature.

I strive to allow my style to accentuate feelings of sensuality and create illusions but at the same time emphasize our fragile environment and instill a sense of responsibility to preserve it from further destruction.

People ask me all the time what kind of photographer are you? They would typically like me to say I am a landscape photographer. Being labeled as a landscape photographer sends a shiver down my spine. I am not a landscape photographer. I am not a wildlife photographer. I am not a people photographer. Yet all of these genre can fit into my repertoire of images. I photograph something that is invisible to many folks. I capture and render the energy that I feel between my self and my subject. My images are an exploration of conscious and subconscious energy.

Style Profile

I love bold graphic and complex relationships.

I love layers of elements within a very packed frame. I get in tight and try to concentrate on the energy I feel from the subject.

I love bold primary colors with intense saturation of the naturally occurring colors that we rarely see because we tend to focus on the overalls instead of the details.

I love strong contrast and many times will crunch down my blacks.

I dislike squiggly lines but love s curves especially ones that become sensual. I find it intriguing that all of my sports that I love, skiing, rock climbing, surfing, One wheeling are all based on s curves.

Texture is very important to me and helps complicate and define areas that are otherwise simplistic.

Light is critical to me and I am always in search of dynamic light to accentuate the energy that I feel at the time of capture.

Gesture and peak action are also very important elements to me. They help convey emotion and freeze time.


One year. 160,000 miles. 13,333 miles per month. Almost 500 miles a day. A lot of miles no matter how you count them. In a lifetime- 7 trips to Antarctica, 5 to Iceland, 2 to Greenland. Sojurns to Rwanda, Botswana, Tanzania, New Zealand, China, Japan, South Africa, Argentina, Chile, Bolivia. Ice, oceans, deserts, mountains, jungles. Humans, animals, everyday objects in incredibly unusual situations. Seth is a photographer in love with the color, drama and wildness that only miles of travel can witness. He is blessed with the strength, determination and stamina to cover those miles. His images bear testimony to a passion for capturing moments that will never be repeated, to record beauty before it is forever lost, and to glorify the grand color palette that nature offers up so freely to those willing to see it.


Staff Photographer Syracuse Newspapers 1979-1984. Freelance for The New York Times 1980-1984. Freelance Location Photography Boston 1984-2004. Co-Founder D65 llc 2004-present Miami


Bachelor of Science degree in Photojournalism from the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University in May of 1979.


  • International awards in photography
  • National Press Photographers Association
  • The Royal Photographic Society of London
  • Associated Press
  • United Press International
  • Syracuse Press Association
  • Communications Arts
  • International Design Competition
  • Photography Annual
  • ASMP Big Picture Show
  • Gold ASBPE Award of Excellence for writing
  • Nominated for the Photoshop Hall of Fame National Association of Photoshop Professionals
  • The Photoshop Lightroom Workbook Workflow Not Workslow published by Focal Press
  • Where the #%*! Are My Pictures –  DVD
  • X-Rite Using the Colorchecker Passport – Online video
  • The Vanishing Continent Photo Exhibition The Gallery at Inlet End of East Lake Drive Montauk, NY August 2009
  • The Vanishing Continent Antarctica published by Blurb 2009
  • D65’s Lightroom 4 Workbook
  • Canon Australia – Images part of the 50 year celebration of Canon
  • The Vanishing Continent Photo Exhibition Glimmer Gallery, 140 Duane Street, NY, NY, December 2009
  • Chosend by Photo District News as one of the 30 most influential photographers of the decade, January 2010
  • D65’s Lightroom Workbook, Workflow Not Workslow in Lightroom 3 June 2010
  • Artistic Wedding Photojournalism Judge 2009- 2011
  • The View Project- Naples Museum of Art December 18 – March 13. 2011
  • OnONe University Pro Webinar Series 2011
  • Judge for the WPJA- 2008-Present
  • Judge for Darkroom Gallery Show- 2013
  • D65’s Lightroom 5 Workbook
  • Featured artist at The Tech Awards Gala, Santa Clara,CA, Nov 2013
  • Gallery 2014- Hollywood, Fl, solo exhibition Dec 2013
  • Sohn Fine Art Gallery- Stockbridge, Ma May-Aug 2014, Master Artist Series Show
  • Sohn Fine Art Gallery- Lenox, Ma 160,000 Miles of Color October 2016
  • Rotella Gallery, Bellevue, Washington-468 West Broadway, NY 2017
  • The Gallery at Center of Creative Education, West Palm Beach, 2017
  • Conde Nast Contributing Photographer


Seth’s work may be licensed directly or through the following agencies:




  • D-65 Digital Workshops: Led over 100 digital workflow workshops throughout the United States from 2002-present sponsored by Adobe, X-Rite, LowePro, NEC,Epson and B&H
  • ASMP New England 1995
  • ASPP New England An evening with Seth Resnick, photographer and super-entrepreneur at marketing & transmitting photos via the Internet October 26, 1995
  • ASMP Biennial ’96 Program The 1996 ASMP Biennial Conference Program and Speakers: Speakers: Pete Turner. Jodi Cobb. Lou Jones. Matt Herron. James Cook. Seth Resnick.
  • ASMP – Long Island, New York “How to Make the Internet Work for You” A seminar presented by Boston ASMP photographer Seth Resnick January 27, 1996
  • ASMP Midwest Reinventing the Photographer March 30 & 31 1996
  • Seybold- New York Is Your Photo Future on Line: Speaker Seth Resnick
  • Houston ASMP, Dallas ASMP Business Seminar and Internet Workshop September 19, & 20 1997
  • ASMP Tennessee December 5 &6 1997
  • Professional Photographers of America Digital Imaging Conference Las Vegas – January 9-11 1998
  • Palm Beach Photographic Workshop Jan 27-31 1998, July 1998, Oct 1998
  • Commercial & Industrial Photographers of New England April 24, 1998, Sturbridge, MA
  • New Hampshire Press Photographers Association Annual Meeting April 26, 1998,
  • ASMP Mid America- Kansas City May 18, 1998,
  • National Press Photographers Association National Convention Burlington, Vermont, June 20, 1998,
  • Professional Photographers of America National Convention New Orleans, August 5, 1998
  • ASMP SouthEast Atlanta – August 28, 29, 1998,
  • ASMP New England Boston – September 15, 1998
  • ASMP Ohio Valley Indianapolis – September 18, 19, 1998,
  • New Hampshire Creative Club Manchester, N.H. – September 23, 1998
  • Syracuse University Newhouse School of Public Communications, Syracuse, N.Y, October 27, 1998
  • Philadelphia ASMP Community College Philadelphia , November 13 & 14 1998
  • PPA Rhode Island Convention Crowne Royal Plaza, Warwick, R.I. Sunday January 17, 1999 3:15-5:45
  • New England School of Photography (NESOP) Friday January 22, 1999
  • ASMP Connecticut Tuesday January 26, 1999, Ramada Plaza Hotel Meriden, Ct.
  • ASMP Washington, D.C. February 6, 1999
  • New England School of Photography (NESOP) February 15, 1999
  • ASMP Central Florida Orlando February 26th & 27th, 1999
  • Vermont Photographers Association March 14, 1999, Ascutney Mountain Resort, Brownsville, VT.
  • Virginia PPA Convention March 16, 1999
  • ASMP Baltimore March 20, 1999
  • ASMP Michigan March 26,& 27th 1999
  • ASMP New York April 7, 1999
  • ASMP PhotoPro, Washington, D.C. May 25, 1999
  • PhotoPlus West 99 Los Angeles, CA. June 17, June 18 1999
  • NPPA National Convention Denver, July 3,1999
  • ASMP Western Retreat Colorado, August 27, 1999
  • Western Kentucky University, Kentucky. September 23,1999
  • ASMP Northern California, San Francisco. October 5,1999
  • ASMP OHIO Cleveland, Ohio. October15, 16 1999
  • ASMP Chicago, Chicago. October 22, 23 1999
  • PhotoPlus Expo East New York, New York. October 28, 29, 30 1999
  • ASMP South Carolina Beaufort, S.C November 12 & 13, 1999
  • ASMP Minneapolis, Minneapolis. November 20, 1999
  • RIT and Western NY ASMP Rochester. December 1 & 2, 1999
  • Editorial Photographers (EP) Boston ASMP. January 18, 2000
  • ASMP Arizona; Phoenix. February 11 & 12, 2000
  • ASMP San Diego. March 3, 2000
  • ASMP, APA, EP, PPA Los Angeles, March 4, 2000
  • ASMP Utah Mountains Salt Lake City. March 10 and 11, 2000
  • ASMP Seattle March 17, 2000
  • ASMP Portland March 18, 2000
  • ASMP Albuquerque, NM. March 24, 2000
  • ASMP Central Virginia. April 8,  2000
  • ASMP Dallas. May 5, 2000
  • ASMP Houston. May 6, 2000
  • Contact Toronto’s Annual Photography Festival. May 17, 2000
  • ASMP New Orleans. May 20, 2000
  • ASMP New Jersey June 3, 2000
  • PhotoWest June 15 – June 17, 2000
  • Sante Fe Workshops, NM. June 25 – July 1 , 2000
  • Brand Era Online Lecture, July 20, 2000
  • PPA USA Imaging Convention, Las Vegas, NV. July 29, 2000
  • ASMP Southern Florida, Ft Lauderdale Hilton .
  • September 9, 2000 ASMP Michigan, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
  • October 28, 2000 New England School of Photography
  • October 30, 2000 PhotoEast Plus, New York
  • November 2-5, 2000 PPA Western Convention, Pasadena CA.
  • January 24, 2001 ASMP Kansas City February 23 & 24th
  • Copyright Law in the New Millennium New York, New York Fashion Institute of Technology March 22, 2001
  • Triangle Photographer Association Pittsburgh, PA March 25, 2001
  • ASMP ST. Louis May 12, 200
  • Contact- Toronto’s Annual Festival of Photography Toronto, Canada May 16, 2001
  • PhotoPlus West June 13-17, 2001 Los Angeles, CA
  • The Illustration Conference June 24-27, 2001 Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • Santa Fe Photographic Workshops July 15-July 21, 2001 Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • Is Copyright an Ancient Practice? August 4, 2001 Chicago
  • Colorado ASMP August 11 & 12th, 2001 Denver
  • PhotoPlus Expo New York October 31- Nov 1,2001 New York
  • PMA February 24- 27, 2002 Orlando, Florida
  • Professional Photographers of OH: Taking Digital to the Field March 10, 2002 Columbus, OH
  • Boston Graphic Artists Guild March 13, 2002, Boston
  • Milwaukee APA – Negotiating March 16, 2002, Milwaukee
  • Williston Northhampton School – April 30, 2002, Easthampton, MA
  • Popular Photography SICILY May 18-26, 2002, Sicily, Italy
  • University of Alaska June 5-9, 2002 Anchorage, Alaska
  • Santa Fe Workshops July 14 -20, 2002 Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • Apple Store NYC Made on a Mac August 14, 2002 New York, NY
  • Professional Photographers of Canada August 17, 2002 Toronto, Canada
  • OutReach EP September 24, 2002, Boston
  • Professional Photographers of New England September 29, 2002 Sturbridge, MA
  • Japan Professional Photographers October 23, 2002 Tokyo, Japan
  • PhotoPlus October 31- November 2, 2002 New York, New York
  • New England School of Photography November 4, 2002 Boston
  • Apple Made on a Mac November 9, 2002 Cambridge, MA
  • CIPNE Taking Digital to the Field November 11, 2002 Sturbridge, MA
  • ASMP Atlanta Taking Digital to the Field November 14, 2002 Atlanta
  • PEI Digital Conference January 25, 2003 Atlanta
  • ASMP Phoenix Taking Digital to the Field February 5, 2003 Phoenix
  • D-65 Digital Workshop with Seth Resnick & Jay Maisel February 7-10 2003, Sedona, AA
  • The Road to Corporate Photography:Parsons School of Design New York, March 10, 2003
  • PACA Digital Conference April 4, 2003, Montauk Yacht Club, Long Island, NY
  • Syracuse University April 9 & 10 2003, Syracuse, New York
  • D-65 Digital Workshop May 3-10 2003, New York, New York
  • Santa Fe Workshops June 22-28 2003, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • The Light Factory – Taking Digital to the Field July 26,2003 Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Boston Graphic Artists Guild September 24 2003, Boston
  • PhotoPlus October 30- Nov 1 2003, New York, New York
  • APA South Florida- APA Atlanta Taking Digital to the Field November 7 2003, Miami, Fl
  • St. Louis ASMP January 24 , 2004 St. Louis Community College at Meramec
  • DAllAS,TX February 7, 2004 Hilton Dallas Lincoln Centre PEI
  • BOSTON February 12 ,2004 New England School of Photography
  • ASMP WASHINGTON,D.C WHEN: Tuesday, March 9th, 2004
  • ASMP New Orleans WHEN: Tuesday, March 19th, 2004
  • APA ATLANTA WHEN: Thursday, May 13th, 2004
  • ASMP PHILADELPHIA and The Antonelli Institute WHEN: Thursday, June 24th, 2004
  • CANON AND ASMP PORTLAND, OREGON Saturday, August 14th, 2004
  • Canon Seattle ASMP -Digital Workflow Sept 2004
  • Canon University of The Arts Philadelphia -Digital Workflow October 2004
  • Adobe Systems – NYC October 2004
  • VNU PhotoPlus The Business of Digital – October 2004
  • Canon – Keynote Speaker at ISAP Symposium Washington, D.C. March 2005
  • Canon – ASMP New Orleans March 2005
  • Canon – ASMP Los Angeles April 2005
  • Canon- Portland, Oregon ASMP May 2005
  • Canon- Chicago, ASMP June 2000
  • Canon – TOPA Travel Convention Salt Lake City August 2005
  • Canon – Ringling School Sarasota – October 2005
  • Adobe – Workflow – PhotoPlus New York City October 2005
  • Adobe – Photographers Council Advisory Board New York City November 2005
  • Canon – Art Center College of Design Passadena, CA November 2005
  • Canon – Brooks Institute of Photography Santa Barbara, CA November 2005
  • Canon – ASMP San Diego November 2005
  • The Luminous Landscape – Antarctica Expedition December 2005
  • Canon – ASMP LA- Digital R&R May 2006
  • Canon – Legal Art Miami May 2006
  • Canon Great Lakes Digital Convention Ann Arbor Michigan June 200
  • Adobe New York October 2006
  • Society of American Travel Writers Santiago Chile October 2006
  • Adobe Santiago Chile October 2006
  • Canon Divorcing Film New York PhotPlus Convention November 2006
  • Canon Raritan Photographic Club Plainsboro, NJ November 2006
  • John Deere Corporation – Consulting Ill November 2006
  • Luminous Landscape Antarctica Instructor February 2007
  • Canon Adorama New York City April 2007
  • Society of American Travel Writers Manchester, England October 2007
  • Adobe New York October 2007
  • Canon VNU PhotoPlus October 2007
  • Adobe – Imaging USA Houston  October 2007
  • Canon – Imaging USA Tampa January 2008
  • Canon – South Florida Camera Club July 2008
  • Canon – ASMP Portland, Oregon August 2008
  • Greg Gorman Workshop – Mendocino, CA August 2008
  • Canon – Adorama New York City September 2008
  • Society of American Travel Writers Houston,  October 2008
  • VNU PhotoPlus October 2008
  • Adobe PhotoPlus October 2008
  • Canon St Louis ASMP November 2008
  • Canon – Pipeline Masters Hawaii December 2008
  • The Luminous Landscape – Antarctica Expedition January 2009
  • Canon PPA Statewide New Jersey March 2009
  • B&H Photo – NY April 2009
  • Greg Gorman Workshop – Mendocino, CA October 2009
  • Adobe PhotoPlus October 2009
  • Canon PhotoPlus October 2009
  • Canon – South Florida Camera Club December 2009
  • Canon – ASMP New Orleans December 2009
  • Canon – South Florida Camera Club – December 2009
  • Canon – Kendall Camera Club -Florida February 2010
  • Focus on Nature -Iceland, May 2010
  • Canon -Alameda Ca Photographic Society, August 2010
  • Canon -Canon Expo- Commercial shooting and Print Signing, New York, September 2010
  • Greg Gorman Workshop – Mendocino, CA October 2010
  • Canon -Lower Fairfield County Photo Club, CT, October 2010
  • Adorama -Creativity Workshop, New York, October 2010
  • Canon PhotoPlus October 2010
  • Canon -CTPA Convention, Hartford, CT, March 2011
  • Oslo Norway -Photoshop Convention, April 2011
  • Canon -Creativity Lecture, Austin, Texas April 2011
  • ASMP South Florida -The Business of Photography Lecture, May 2011
  • Profusion -Creativity, Workflow, Archiving, Business, Toronto, June 2011
  • Santa Fe Workshops- How to Create Killer Images July, 2011
  • Adobe Pop Up Store San Francisco, July, 2011
  • Focus on Nature- Iceland August, 2011
  • Florida Professional Photographers, Orlando August, 2011
  • ASMP Oregon, August 2011
  • Mendocino, Ca, Greg Gorman Workshop, September 2011
  • Potamac Valley Nature Photographers, September 2011
  • Canon PhotoPlus NY, October, 2011
  • PhotoPlus show NY, October, 2011
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Antarctica, December, 2011
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Patagonia, December, 2011
  • Gorillas, Rawanda, February 2012
  • Tanzania, February 2012
  • Canon -Stockton College, NJ, April 2012
  • Canon -ASMP New England, Boston, April 2012
  • Namibia,Botswana May 2012
  • Profusion -Lightroom, Toronto, June 2012
  • Greg Gorman Workshop – Mendocino, CA August 2012
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Iceland, August, 2012
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Greenland, September, 2012
  • Canon, College of Southern Nevada, Creativity, Nov, 2012
  • Nature Visions, Keynote and Workshop Virginia Creativity, Nov, 2012
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Atacama Desert, November, 2012
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Antarctica, February, 2013
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Auroras & Ice Caves, Iceland, March, 2013
  • Canon, Long Beach City College, Creativity, May, 2013
  • Canon, Robert Morris University PA, Creativity, May, 2013
  • ASMP South Florida, Creativity, May, 2013
  • Profusion -Lightroom, Toronto, June 2013
  • Sun Valley Org for The Arts -Creativity, Sun Valley, June 2013
  • Santa Fe Workshops Creating Killer Images, July 2013
  • California Professional Photographers Convention, August 2013
  • Greg Gorman Workshop – Mendocino, CA Sept, 2013
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Greenland, Sept, 2013
  • Seeing Color & Creating Dynamic Images for Publication, PACA Convention, NYC Oct, 2013
  • PhotoPlus Convention, NYC October, 2013
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Atacama Desert, Dec, 2013
  • Syracuse University for Nikon, January, 2014
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Creativity Workshops, Palm Beach Gardens, Jan, 2014
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Antarctica Feb, 2014
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Iceland, March, 2014
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Morocco, March, 2014
  • Leica Store, Miami, May, 2014
  • ASMP South Florida, June, 2014
  • Santa Fe Workshops- How to Create Killer Images August, 2014
  • Antarctica Two Visions Seth Resnick & John Paul Caponigro, August, 2014
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Art of Creativity, Maine, September, 2014
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Art of Processing, Maine, September, 2014
  • Creativity, ASMP Oregon & Nikon & B&H, October 2014
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Namibia, November 2014
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Art of Creativity, Palm Beach Gardens, January, 2015
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Art of Processing, Palm Beach Gardens, January, 2015
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Advanced Photoshop and Lightroom, Maine, June, 2015
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Master Class, Maine, June, 2015
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Advanced Photoshop and Lightroom, Palm Beach Gardens, Fl. July 2015, 2015
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Art of Creativity, Maine, July, 2015
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Art of Processing, Maine, July, 2015
  • Greg Gorman Workshop – Mendocino, CA August, 2015
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Greenland, Sept, 2015
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Iceland, October, 2015
  • Social Fabric Collective, New York, October, 2015
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Japan, November, 2015
  • Syracuse University, Nikon, December, 2015
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Art of Creativity, Palm Beach Gardens, February, 2016
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Art of Processing, Palm Beach Gardens, February, 2016
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Antarctica, February, 2016
  • D65, John Deere Company, Corporate Creativity, March, 2016
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Atacama Desert, March, 2016
  • Digital Photo Destinations, New Zealand, April, 2016
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Art of Creativity, Maine, July, 2016
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Art of Processing, Maine, July, 2016
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Namibia, November, 2016
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Antarctica, February, 2017
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Art of Creativity, Palm Beach Gardens, February, 2017
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Art of Processing, Palm Beach Gardens, March, 2017
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Japan, April, 2017
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Joshua Tree, May 2017
  • Lecture Ibis – Palm Beach , October, 2017
  • FotoClave California -Keynote, November, 2017
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Death Valley, CA, November, 2017
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Art of Creativity, Palm Beach Gardens, January, 2018
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Art of Processing, Palm Beach Gardens, January, 2018
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Antarctica, February, 2018
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Arches, May 2018
  • Digital Photo Destinations Spain, June 2018
  • B&H Optic 2018, New York, June 2018
  • DPI-SIG Naples, Florida, August, 2018
  • Digital Photo Destinations, Greenland, October 2018


  • Detailed Report, John Blackmer Photography vs Shadow Creek Ranch Development Company
  • Detailed Report, John Blackmer Photography vs. Frank Mueller, Koebig Granite, LP, Koebig Granite GP LLC, Sueba USA Corporation, and Sueba Investments No 22, Ltd., in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas, Houston Division.
  • Detailed Report, John Blackmer Photography vs. Lipar Group, Inc.; Houston Lipar Ltd.; LGI Development Corp.; and National Land Partners, L.L.C., in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas, Houston Division.
  • Detailed Report for the usage fees applicable to the photographs presented in Spencer A. Moss v. Leatherbikini.com North Carolina
  • Detailed Report for the usage fees applicable to the photographs presented Todd Latimer vs. Roaring Toys, Inc., Robert Fisher, Kawasaki Motors Corp., USA and Hachette Filipacchi Media U.S., Inc., in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida, Tampa Division.
  • Detailed report for the usage applicable to the photographs presented in Case No.07-CV-0681; John Blackmer d/b/a John Blackmer Photography v. Shadow Creek Ranch Development Company, et al.; In the United States District Court, Southern District of Texas, Houston Division
  • Detailed report for the usage applicable to the photographs presented in Hoeltzell v. Caldera Graphics


  • Apple
  • Aramco
  • American Express
  • American Stock Exchange
  • American Medical Association
  • Ameritech
  • AT&T
  • Barron’s
  • Bell Atlantic
  • Ben&Jerry’s
  • Bessemer Trust
  • Bitstream
  • BusinessWeek
  • Cabletron
  • Cadence Capital Management
  • Canon
  • Capital Growth Management
  • CDM
  • Corning
  • ComputerWorld
  • Compaq
  • Continental Airlines
  • Conde Nast Traveller
  • Counterpoint
  • CTAM
  • Digital Systems International
  • Eaton Vance
  • DuPont
  • EDS
  • Fidelity Investments
  • Forbes
  • Ford
  • Genzyme
  • GEO
  • General Electric
  • Haystack
  • Hewlett-Packard
  • IBM
  • Inc.
  • Individual
  • Intel
  • Interleaf
  • Internet World
  • Kapor Industries
  • Kintana
  • Lotus
  • Magnavox
  • Maimonides Medical Center
  • Microsoft
  • Money
  • Monsanto
  • National Geographic
  • National Wildlife
  • Newsweek
  • Peat Marwick
  • Philip Morris
  • Philips Semiconductor
  • Pioneer Investments
  • Polaroid
  • Premier Elevator
  • Putnam Investments
  • Prudential Healthcare
  • Ryder
  • Sun Microsystems
  • Smithsonian
  • Storage Technology
  • Sybase
  • The BF Goodrich Company
  • The Dial Corp
  • The New York Times
  • Time Warner
  • Travelers
  • Travel & Leisure
  • Tufts
  • Wellington Managment
  • Yahoo
  • Ziff Davis

Join Our mail List

Be the first to know about new trips & workshops

subscribe form

Visit Us
Follow Me
Scroll to Top