Friday, August 14, 2009

Finish the Sentence...with Robert Evans

"It's time once again to ask a well-known photographer, instructor or otherwise interesting person the same 10 questions and ask them to Finish the Sentence! This time, the sentences are finished by.... Robert Evans.

Robert, please Finish the Sentence..."

My favorite photography accessory (lights, modifier, bag, tripod) is
love my new CameraSlinger www. a double camera strap that holds two bodies and is easy on the back. Love it!

I’ve learned the most from...
Experience.... after 20 years as a professional photography I can look back and see how much I have changed as a photographer. You can learn something from everyone as long as you are open to absorb the knowledge. Its better to be like a sponge than a rock.

If I could go anywhere in the world it would be_____ because….
Prague because I haven't been there yet. I have been many places in the world Prague is still on my list. I love to travel and take pictures. If I had one wish in the entire world it would be that I could speak and understand any language in the world so I could talk to anyone anywhere I went. People are so unique it would be great to have that talent and dialog with the world.

My most-used Photoshop add-on, plugin, action set (etc) is
Kevin Kubota's Actions

I love the fact that Photoshop
makes my images shine!

I hate the fact that Photoshop
can't read my mind and has no autopilot function...

If I could turn back the clock 10 years
I would marry my wife all over again. Also, I would look at myself in the mirror and say hello to my hair, there are a few of them missing these days.

In 10 years
My goal is to be retired!

If I could give one piece of advice it would be
no matter what, keep walking down your path, a journey isn't complete if you give up half way. I have learned as long as I keep taking steps forward, the universe keeps placing stones on the path in front of me on which to walk

Your readers can find out more about me
At and

Ladies & Gentlemen, let's hear it for Robert Evans!!
Robert Evans, a native Californian photographer has achieved enormous success in his field since his studio’s inception in 1994. Robert is most notable for having photographed the weddings of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes as well as Brad Pitt and Jennifer Anniston. Robert also photographs personal events for Jim Carrey and Jenny McCarthy. Robert’s imagery has been featured and admired around the globe. With a headquarters in Los Angeles, Robert and his team travel nationally and internationally to document celebrity weddings, personal celebrations, and corporate festivities.

Beyond Robert’s regular contributions, his images have been published in magazines and newspapers across the globe for over a decade. His work has graced the covers and content of almost every publication imaginable including USA Today, People Magazine, Us Weekly, Hello Magazine, Ok! Magazine, Life & Style, InTouch, InStyle Weddings, Martha Stuart Weddings, Inside Weddings Magazine, Los Angeles Wdddings Modern Bride, and numerous others. His work has also been showcased on Good Morning America, Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood, Extra, MTV, CNN, and others.

Though the accolades and achievements Robert has been blessed with are immeasurable to him, most importantly, he continues to see the world through his own lens, one that is a constant reminder of the impact of his job. One of his greatest goals when he picks up a camera is to touch the hearts of each of those who view his images. “If I can move someone through even one of my images, then I have made a difference. There is no greater joy in life.”

1 comment:

Lloyd said...

I really like his work. Thanks for including him.

Hey, I asked this before, but here goes again: Way back in Episode 17 of PhotoshopTV you gave a tip on color correction "by the numbers". I've seen poor imitations since, but nothing as good. I used to have that episode on my iPod, but it disappeared. I'd love to get the step-by-step details again. If you can't do it here, can I get it somewhere else?

Thanks, Lloyd