160,000 Miles of Color is a culmination of my recent journeys to some of my favorite locales for inspiration. When I say I am a photographer, people immediately try and figure out what that means. They inquire, weddings?, wildlife? commercial? paparazzi? and I respond no. When asked to expound on what I do creatively I actually searched for a long time for a meaningful answer. Finally one of my students helped me define my work. My passion is color and my muse is ice. I am a cryophilic, "love of ice". I am intrigued and passionate about the wave patterns that form in ice creating blazing color and texture and have since found those same patterns not only in the coldest places on earth but also ironically in some of the warmest. The deserts of the world have similar patterns and textures in the sand as the polar regions have in the ice. This show is a revealing look at my passion for color. The majority of images in this show are recent and taken within a 14 month period of time.
Seth Resnick On the creative front, Seth Resnick has been published in the world’s most prestigious magazines. His credits include over 2500 publications worldwide and his clients constitute a virtual list of corporate America. He is greatly in demand for his beautiful graphic images in both natural and created light. He is a leader in the creative, business and educational sectors of photography. Seth is Co-founder of D-65. D-65 is at the forefront of digital, working with companies like Adobe, Canon, and Xrite, uniquely qualifying Seth to speak about the new role of digital technologies in the changing world of photography. Seth Resnick is a gifted lecturer who combines inspiration, business acumen, creativity and technological expertise. Seth is a member of the prestigious Canon Explorer of Light program as well as an Alpha/Beta and feature consultant for Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom and a X-Rite Colorati.
The Vanishing Continent Antarctica Published November 23, 2009