Mark Segal On Frames Magazine Podcast
Mark Segal a regular contributor to photoPXL and long-time friend, has just been featured on FRAMES Photography Podcast, with W. Scott Olsen.
Mark Segal, Canadian photographer, author, and educator, has a long-standing attraction to good mural art and graffiti and has developed a specialty in mural art photography.
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Mark Segal has been making photographs since 1954 and started adopting a digital workflow in 1999 first with scanning film and inkjet printing, then going fully digital in 2004. He has worked with a considerable range of software, equipment, and techniques over the years, accumulated substantial experience as an author, educator, and communicator in several fields, was a frequent contributor to the Luminous-Landscape website where he has published 50 articles and now to PhotoPXL.com where he has published 15 articles.
Mark developed a particular interest in film scanning and in 2012 authored the highly regarded eBook “Scanning Workflows with SilverFast 8, SilverFast HDR, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop” available on the PhotoPXL website, directly or through Imaging91.com.
His work was featured in several Toronto gallery shows. A long-time collector of books on the visual arts, this year Mark established a publishing enterprise, whose Imprint is “Imaging91”. His first published print book is “Paint The City Black”, a limited edition available through his website. In his “other life”, Mark had a long career in public service both in Canada and internationally, is a retiree from the World Bank Group, and until 2016 was a consultant in electric power development. Mark is now devoting full-time to his photographic and publication interests.
Photography is my passion and has been for 47 plus years. My career in photography has allowed me to travel the world, meet some of the most interesting people on the planet and see things I could never have dreamed of. My goal is to share the passion of pictures taking through photographs and teaching with as many people as I can hoping it brings them as much joy and happiness as it has me. I do this through photoPXL.com, this site as well as Rockhopper Workshops and other projects as well as teaching at my Gallery in Indianapolis.