[Video] Fstoppers Reveals The Celebrity Judges For The BTS Contest
The Fstoppers 2011 Behind The Scenes Contest has been picking up momentum as we near the submission deadline (December 31st). We are giving away over $20,000 in prizes which is pretty exciting on it’s own but I’m happy to say that things are about to get even better. We have finalized all of the judges for this competition and these four are some of the best in the industry. Scroll down to see the bios of each of these incredible shooters.
Stacy Pearsall Stacy L. Pearsall is an award-winning American photographer. Pearsall served as a military photographer in the United States Air Force until her wounds lead to her medical discharge. Since her retirement Pearsall has worked as a professional photographer. Pearsall was profiled on the Oprah Winfrey Show and on the PBS Newshour. Pearsall was awarded a Bronze Star and twice won the NPPA Military Photographer of the Year competition. [View Stacy's Work ]
Scott Kelby Kelby is editor and publisher of Photoshop User and Layers magazines, president and co-founder of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) and is president of Kelby Media Group. He is the training director for the Adobe Photoshop Seminar Tour and conference technical chair for the Photoshop World Conference & Expo. Kelby is also featured in a series of Photoshop training DVDs and has been training Photoshop users since 1993. [View Scott's Work ]
Vincent Laforet Laforet became the Times’ s first national contract photographer. He has been sent on assignment by Vanity Fair, The New York Times Magazine, National Geographic, Sports Illustrated, Time, Newsweek, and Life. In 2002, PDN named Vincent Laforêt as one of the “30 photographers under 30 to watch″. In 2005, American Photo Magazine recognized Laforêt as one of the “100 Most Influential People in Photography.” [View Vincent's Work ]
Chase Jarvis Chase Jarvis is one of the most well known advertising photographers in the world. A few years ago Chase started releasing behind the scenes videos of some of this high-end photoshoots which became instant hits all around the world. Chase is one of the few photographers who is known to receive Nikon cameras before they are ever announced and he helped pave the way for DSLR video when he created the promo video for the Nikon D90; the first DSLR to shoot video. [View Chase's Work ]