Commercial photography is a varied and exciting genre of photography to be involved in, and I was thrilled to have the opportunity to talk to Ben North in my latest photographer interview.
Ben is from Southern California, and made the career move from rock-climber to professional photographer, with a keen interest in resort, outdoor, and lifestyle commercial photography.
Check out the fascinating story of Ben’s continuing journey in the world of commercial photography in this entertaining and revealing interview…
Photographer Interview Part 1
In part one of this fascinating photographer interview, I talked with Ben about his commercial photography career, how he got started, the commercial photography business, and how he markets his photography to his clients.
Ben also did a great job of answering a wide variety of questions from the audience.
To watch the video, just hit the play button below:
Video length: Approx. 43 minutes.
Photographer Interview Part 2
In part two of our webinar, we took an in-depth look at some of Ben’s commercial photography to get some insights into the technical and creative process behind his work:
Video length: Approx. 60 mins.
About Commercial Photographer Ben North
Over the course of the last twelve years Ben has worked as a commercial photographer and cinematographer specializing in hospitality photography and outdoor lifestyle photography.
He’s worked in over twenty states and five different countries, and photographed from boats, planes, helicopters, zip lines, kayaks, motorcycles, a submarine, and one time just dangling from a rope in the middle of a canyon.
I don’t really care where my feet are standing as long as there’s a camera in my hands… – Click To Tweet
Ben is currently based in Southern California, and has photographed for both large and small companies. His client list includes Cholula Hot Sauce, Hilton Hotels, Embassy Suites, Santa Catalina Island Company, Billabong and many others.
Learn more about Ben North from his outdoor lifestyle, resort and hotel photography website.
Thoughts, Comments, or Questions?
If you have any thoughts on the interview, or questions for Ben about his photography, then go ahead and add those to the comments below, and we’ll answer as many as we can.
See also Ben’s guest post called “How To Use Photographer Collaboration For a Competitive Advantage In Business“.