27
Jul
14

The Review Magazine – London – Interview with Commercial Photographer Tim Wallace

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This month Tim Wallace spoke with ‘The Review Magazine’ about his work, his back ground and a little of what he in his roll as a UK based commercial automotive car photographer though his drive in creating photography today that have become iconic to some brands such as Aston Martin. Tim Wallace is a critically acclaimed photographer who’s breathtaking work spans the commercial and advertising industries. Tim started out in the darkrooms of the Daily Mail where he developed his unique appriecation for tone and contrast. Having had work published in the Times, Guardian and Independent, Tim’s career was clearly on track. Fast forward to the UK recession and Tim decided to join the Royal Navy and went on to serve with 42 Commando Royal Marines in many parts of the world. In 2006 Tim decided it was time to go back to a career in photography and so established AmbientLife. Over the past decade AmbientLife have worked with a Who’s who of automotive royalty, from Morgan and Aston Martin to Chevrolet and Lamborghini, Tim’s work is highly sought after. This is compounded by his string of awards; International Commercial Advertising Photographer of the Year and UK Motor Industry Car Photographer of the Year to name but a few.
His ability to create shots that showcase a cars personality and soul are unparalleled. We take a look back at a selection of Tim’s fantastic body of work.

‘The Review Magazine’ Q2 Read the full magazine here

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20
Jul
14

Aston Martin DBS Limited Edition – Carbon Fibre

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This week saw AmbientLife photographer Tim Wallace working on completing some of the final shoot work on the Aston Martin DBS model which is a limited edition, all carbon fibre model.
The DBS already offers an intoxicating mix of power and luxury, but the Carbon Black Edition adds exclusivity into the mix to produce one of the most desirable modern Aston Martin made to date.

The absolutely stunning LHD DBS Carbon Black that Tim shot was is in Monaco and had been coated with several layers of black metallic paint that takes 50 man-hours to apply and results in an exceptional finish.
Unique to the Carbon Black are 20\” gloss black diamond turned alloys plus an interior clad in black leather, which is hand stitched with silver thread.
The 2 seats in this version are carbonfibre and kevlar and save 17kg over the standard items. These are complimented by a centre console finished in piano black.
Audio is also upgraded in the Carbon Black to the sublime, bespoke Bang & Olufsen set-up. As fine as this may be, it will never quite match the aural sensations delivered by the 12 cylinders under the bonnet, especially as this particular DBS also has a special sports exhaust fitted.

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Tim was working on the DBS Carbon for not only a marketing feature for our Aston client but also to make it a final edition to the Aston Martin book that covers all the major models produced by Aston Martin through the years from the very first early cars, through to the infamous DB5 that will possibly always be inextricably linked to James Bond and the 007 books of Ian Fleming. Tim has now been working on this book project for over 18 months and the DBS represents one of the final cars to shoot.
The book covers the most recent years of design and development at Aston Martin with the One77, Astons first £1 million pound car, the DBS, V12 Vantage, and the new model all carbon fibre Vanquish.
Designed and produced to be a general book for the market this publication reflects the history of design and how the cars have evolved over the years but is not a technical based book as many before it have had their base, bit more a book of simply beautiful photography to celebrate a iconic and world famous British brand that is as strong today as it ever was.

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If you would like to learn more about lighting and how Tim works to achieve his photography then please join us online at KelbyOne where you can review and enjoy all of our online video classes, each of which is around a 1 hour in duration.

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20
Jul
14

Commercial Photographer Tim Wallace is signed by Celebrity Speakers in Europe

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This week saw Commercial Photographer Tim Wallace signed by Celebrity Speakers in Europe. The company have offices Worldwide and approached Tim a few months ago after hearing about some of the seminars that he had given including the ‘inspirational and motivational’ one in Wales recently for disadvantaged children. Tim is now featured on their global site and already has a booking for a large corporate event being held in Madrid in November this year where he will be delivering a talk.

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Tim - “Earlier this year I made a decision that I wanted to try and do more ‘inspirational’ speaking as I really enjoyed it and it seemed to be something that people enjoyed listening to and connecting too from me. What I did not realise at that time was that a organisation that specialise in this form of ‘motivational and inspirational’ speaking were already aware of my seminars and the reputation that was building around these.
A few months ago I decided to do a charity talk to raise money in Wales with Cambrian Photography, this went really well and I was very happy to do it of course because it was simply the right thing to do. Recently they started to talk with me and today they launched me into their sites in the UK and Europe as a Inspirational and Motivational speaker!
In truth this is very surreal and sort of blows me away totally, can’t still now quite get over this as I sit now with people like James Cameron, Bob Geldof and Sir Sirling Moss not to mention Olympic gold medalists like Rebecca Adlington and David Coulthard but i feel very privileged to be in such good company and I look forward too making new friends and meeting new people.
I have my first speaking engagement in Madrid at a Racing event later this year and I will most likely spend the next few days trying to take this all in !
I came from nothing 7 years ago and all I did was find my own path and work hard for what I believe in, so what am I saying here, be true to yourself, believe in yourself and if you really want something then GO FOR IT regardless of what anybody tells you, and most of all along that journey do good things for people be cause Karma works both ways and life is not about what you can get, its about what you can give”

Celebrity Speakers website Tim’s area can be viewed here

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About Tim
Photographer Tim Wallace is the driving force and creative thinking behind Ambient Life.
A global award winning photographer his work is often described as both conceptual and dramatic. Tim works internationally with many high clients across the globe such as Jaguar Land Rover, Mercedes and Morgan as well as shooting some of the world’s most iconic brands such as Lamborghini, Aston Martin and Ferrari in the UK and Europe to Chevrolet and Mustang in the US.

“Photography is not a career, its an obsession, the desire to create something inspiring is very important to me, being out there shooting is where things happen…”

Recently named as one of the UK’s most creative photographers whilst in the US, Scott Kelby described Tim as one of the ten most influential photographers in the World today. At the age of 15 Tim ran away from home and lived for some time on the streets of London, later joining the Marines he suffered a climbing accident that left him in hospital for 9 months where he was brought back to life 3 times. His drive and passion for life and achieving his ambitions are fuelled by his amazing life experience have taken him on a truly amazing journey of success.

What he offers you
Tim describes photography as his creative passion with the ability to use light to capture a single moment that can be all inspiring. His view of life and his background experiences lead him to both be creative and also be a truly driven individual to achieve and also understand the world around him. For Tim there are no barriers, only opportunities and adventures to enrich both his own and others lives.

How he presents
Recognised within the automotive industry for his amazing passion and creativity, Tim is considered one of the leading photographers in the world today and has a unique style that inspires people and clients around the world.

Languages
He presents in English.

A Sample of Tim’s Commercial Photographic Work

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About Celebrity Speakers

Their Mission
The founding vision of CSA Celebrity Speakers was that ‘high achievers inspire others’. From the start, it has been CSA’s mission to bring businesses together with these high achievers knowing the profound impact and influence they can have on the performance of a company. Their speakers have been inspiring and enlightening audiences around the world for over 25 years, bringing with them new and fresh ideas, stimulating change and growth within each organisation.

Their mission is their passion
Their mission is to continue helping businesses achieve their objectives by connecting them with the best minds in the world. They are committed to delivering outstanding customer service, expert advisory services and only the best speakers, thought leaders and personalities who will inspire the change you require.

Some of CSA’s Clients
Accenture,Aviva,Barclays Bank,Bayer AG,BMW,British Airways,British Telecom,Cadbury, Schweppes,Cap Gemini, Ernst amp,Young Group,Coca Cola,Citicorp,Dell Corp,Deloitte & Touche,Deutsche Bank,Deutsche Telekom,Ericsson,Ernst & Young,Fonds Professionell,GlaxoSmithKline,Goldman Sachs International,Hewlett Packard,IBM, ING,Johnson & Johnson,J.P. Morgan,KPMG,Legal & General Group,Lloyds, McKinsey & Company,Mentor Graphics,Microsoft,Motorola,Nokia,Oracle Corp,Pepsico International,Pricewaterhouse, Coopers,Reuters,SAP AG,Schroder Investment Management,Shell International,Siemens Group,Small World,Sun Microsystems,The Cabinet Office,The Economist,Unilever,Vodafone, Xerox.

CSA provide the most influential people on the planet to inspire, educate, motivate or entertain. It’s what they do best and what they’ve been doing since 1983. In those early days, they were pioneers of the speaker industry in Europe. Today they are a world leading speaker bureau. With offices in sixteen countries we represent leading thinkers and can connect you to virtually every personality in the world. Their consultants have a reputation that precedes them. They are renowned for providing the highest levels of customer service and advice when selecting a speaker, and why they continue to retain our world-class clientele. When you choose CSA, rest assured, you will be working with the best in the business.

Because inspiration is priceless
High achievers inspire others. This was the founding vision of Alex Krywald back in 1983 when he brought Celebrity Speakers to life. A pioneer and high energy individual, he knew that by connecting businesses to the world’s most outstanding achievers from business, politics, academia and the arts, would bring about change with positive effects on a company’s performance and bottom line. Our speakers can lift and reframe your thinking with their vision and experience of high achievement. While inspiration is truly priceless, we know that the investment of booking a speaker will provide you with significant returns for many years to come.

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20
Jul
14

New ‘Personal Work’ website is launched

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From the age of 7 photographer Tim Wallace of AmbientLife has been obsessed with photography and this week saw the launch of a new website dedicated to Tim’s ‘personal work’. The site features a cross section of some of the work that Tim has shot purely for himself over the last few years on his travels and through his love of photography. At a very early age he first learned to print and develop film, totally inspired by the magic of watching the emerging image appear from under that warm flowing liquid of the developer. His dedication to his craft and his love of photography has taken him on a journey through both his work and his own personal view of the world through his lens.

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The Dedicated ‘Personal Work’ website Can be viewed here

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Tim - “For me photography has not so much been a career but an obsession over my lifetime, its the foundation of who I am and all that has driven me over the many years that I have been shooting. It is no secret to many that I still love to shoot film even now and for me that is a joy that I can immerse myself into away from my normal day to day commercial work which is firmly grounded within the modern digital era that we can now enjoy. My Personal shooting is not only restricted to film but also I shoot a lot of work these days using my Fuji XPro1, favouring the 14mm f2.8 lens and most recently the new 10mm – 24mm that I find very versatile for the type of work that I like to capture.
This sort of photography for me is almost like getting back to basics, its about the process of thought through to capture to achieve what you want to create through your lens and record that image in the camera as you see it through our own emotions.

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I have kept every single camera that I ever shot on from a film perspective over the years, each has their little quirks and joys, each has in many ways a personality and as such they bring their own dimension to a photograph, the lens properties of older camera’s are different to the more perfectly engineered lenses that we enjoy today but in many ways thats something that I really love. The older 50mm f4 Carl Zeiss lens that I shoot with sometimes on the Hasselblad film bodies is a lens that has a softness to its edges, a pleasing effect when used wide open.”

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“I can still remember my very first picture that I ever took, it was a scene from a roof top looking across to a dockyard across the roof tops and aerials of the houses in front of me. I shot it on a Nikon F that belonged to my grand father and was not too sure on the exposure so when I developed the film I decided to heat that up slightly and extend the development time. I remember the negative being very ‘thin’ (under exposed) and the grain was significant but I spent an few hours in the darkroom printing various copies at different sizes and variants and from then on I was hooked totally. I was in love with the fact that I was able to capture the world, or at leads a brief moment of it and keep that forever. Many times when I was younger I was shooting on Nikons and even today I still use Nikon camera’s in my commercial work such as the D4 along side my Hasselblad H4 for medium format digital work, back then my trusty Nikon F was without a light meter that worked so I used to have to guess the exposure on many occasions, this taught me to appreciate the changes in light and how that impacts not only on a scene from an exposure point of view but also how that mixture of exposure and light intensity from the direction of the light in relation to the camera can impact so greatly on the contrast and tonality of a image captured.
It was not long before I was really trying to teach myself who i could mix the light properties in the everyday world with techniques I was discovering with the development stage of the film process. The possibilities seemed endless and it was then i think that I started to gain an understanding of light and how we can use this to create the images that we aim for in our minds when shooting”

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“Photography for me a journey rather than a destination and my love of film affair with film will carry on for the rest of my life along with my passion for some of the iconic camera’s that act act as the gateways between that we see in front of us and what we capture with the light through our lens. For many years my personal statement towards photography has always been that ‘out there shooting is where things happen’, and this will always be how I view my life, my future, the world, and how I can represent my view of that world through my lens”

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05
Jul
14

2014 Exhibition – Darwin, New Dedicated Website Launches

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Tim’s 2014 Darwin Exhibition featuring ‘personal work’ that he shot whilst in Death Valley last year will be enjoying its opening night on the 7th August, today a dedicated website was launched that gives some background on the History of Darwin, Tim’s own personal views on shooting this body of work as well as a area allowing the work to be purchased as signed limited edition prints. The site is now live however the online ordering area will only become live after the evening of the 7th August when the exhibition officially opens and launches.

The Darwin Dedicated Exhibition Site 2014 Now open here

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The History of Darwin

Death Valley was not a very hospitable place for a small group of men trying to make their way to the San Joaquin Valley. Camped in the Argus Range, they were hungry and close to exhaustion when it was discovered the only working gun was a rifle with a missing sight so killing any game for food seemed out of the question. An Indian guide said he could fix it and took the gun vanishing into the hills, he returned sometime later and the rifle had a new sight of pure silver. Some years later, one of the original party, a Dr Darwin French, returned to the Argus Range in 1874 to locate the mysterious “Gun Sight Mine” and he discovered silver and other mineral deposits and mining operations began soon after with the site, and later the town, being given the name of ‘Darwin’.
By 1877, Darwin had over 3500 people with water pumped down from springs in the surrounding mountains. There was a silver smelter, a Wells Fargo office, two general stores, a hotel, several saloons and a brothel. Because the site was isolated and populated by miners with little to do for recreation but drink, gunfights were common, and the outbound silver shipments were frequently the targets of gangs of bandits trying to steal the load. One large wooden building near the centre of town served as a schoolhouse, a saloon, and a brothel all at the same time!

In 1879 the miners staged a violent strike for higher pay culminating in a large fire, believed to be arson, that hit Darwin on April 30 of that year. Many buildings were destroyed, including mine offices, the mine operators quickly pulled out and the now permanently unemployed miners had no choice but to do the same and by 1880, the population of Darwin was only 85. But it never completely died…

1908 arrived and new lead and copper strikes were made in the area and people quickly began to return to Darwin. By the 1920s, the population was back up to several thousand and appears to have remained steady with the town growing and flourishing deep within Death Valley. In the early 1950’s mining was greatly expanded once again in Darwin, a new mining camp complete with housing facilities for workers was built and for a period in the late 1950s, Darwin was the largest producer of lead in the United States and flourishing town in all respects.

Around the late 1960’s whilst the town was booming things seem to have abruptly stopped, the miners and their families all left, many leaving their homes as they stood on the day that they all left town.
Almost as if they walked away, house doors left open, airstreams at the side on the drive and cars parked neatly in front of old picket fences.
Possessions remain still in place with their once busy homes, tins on the side in the kitchen, and beds laying neatly made with nothing more than a think layer of sandy dust, baking in the sunlight that shines through windows that have their drapes still hanging. There are no real records to why everybody suddenly left Darwin and indeed ‘how’ they all managed to leave as many of their trucks and cars remain, perfectly preserved in the continuous relenting heat of Death Valley, one of the hottest known places on earth with ground temperatures reaching such soaringly high levels that some area’s have no life at all, not even bacteria. The next nearest life to Darwin is over 100 miles away in any direction.

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Tim - “I found myself in Death Valley moving through the Valley from South to North. Death Valley has always held a fascination for me in its sheer scale and beauty. I had pulled off onto a small clearing by the side of the road to refit the power lead to my GPS that had fallen loose, pulling off the main road in Death Valley is something that signs warn you not to do as soft ground can leave you stranded and once you are in this position with the distinct possibility of not having anybody pass you on the road for the rest of the day, its a dangerous manoeuvre at best. I distinctly remember looking up from the dash and catching a glint of something far down the valley to my left, it was then that I decided to risk it and start carefully driving down the track that led in that direction. The town itself is very hard to find and it was a my second visit to Death Valley trying to locate it, laying so far off the road along a very dusty track with no signs it is a place where it is very easy to pass it without ever knowing that it ever existed, very much the town that time forgot in many ways. Darwin itself is a truly amazing place and I really didn’t know what to expect as I pulled onto the dirt track that carried me into this totally silent abandoned area in the middle of the valley. It was early evening and the sky was a golden colour as the heat haze dropped in front of me making viewing anything in the distance across the valley floor very difficult. 6 miles off the main road quite literally in the middle of absolutely nowhere I came across the town sat in the base of the mountains, abandoned and shrouded in the sheer deafening silence that you experience only in places like Death Valley, a barrier across the track warning me to stay out.

I loved shooting in Darwin with all the amazing items and homes that have literally just been left behind as they stood many years ago, the rich textures and the amazing light that you get in Death Valley made the project one thats was very inspiring for me creatively as a photographer. I believe that as a professional photographer, ‘personal work’ is something thats very important to do each year, it in many ways offers us the freedom to express ourselves more through our work than perhaps day to day commercial work can with its demands and constraints. This entire body of work in Darwin was shot on my Fuji XPro1 and a 14mm f2.8 lens, with nothing else at all, just myself and the camera to capture what I saw before me.

I think the three main things that will remain with me always from my visit there was the sheer deafening silence as the sun dropped across the valley and left me and the town in darkness, the US Army truck with the bullet hole in the windscreen parked out of sight, and noticing that every clock that I came across had stopped at 4:20 on Sunday the 13th even though they were all ‘mechanical’…”

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29
Jun
14

Darwin Exhibition UK and USA

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Project Darwin represents a body of personal work that photographer Tim Wallace shot whilst in the US last year to record what he found and saw in the town of ‘Darwin’. First built in 1877 and was once a thriving town for the miners and their families, now it is all but abandoned and lays deep within the central area of Death Valley with many mysteries surrounding why the townsfolk left and why they left so much behind in their shadow.
The work has been published around the world in various magazines and featured and in August this year Tim will be exhibiting the Darwin personal work both in the UK and the US as his first exhibition of personal work after being approached by a sponsor for the exhibition.

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Tim - “Shooting the work in Death Valley was really something that find both relaxing and fascinating, the town itself is hard to find and with it laying so far off the road along a very dusty track with no signs it is a place that is very easy to pass without ever knowing that it ever existed, very much the town that time forgot in many ways. I loved shooting in Darwin with all the amazing items and homes that have literally juts been left behind as they stood many years ago, the rich textures and the amazing light that you get in Death Valley made the project one thats was very inspiring for me creatively as a photographer.
Upon my return to the UK it was soon picked up on by magazines both in Europe and the US and has been featured heavily from quite literally a few weeks after I returned.
A month ago I was approached by a UK sponsor that wanted to help me put together an exhibition of the work to exhibit in both the UK and the US and I guess at first I was a little unsure that it would be of that much interest to people, however since issuing the initial invitations we found that within 2 days we had to start restricting how many more were issued as we have a capacity volume of people for the opening night in August when the exhibition launches in Newcastle, England. The exhibition will run for 6 weeks in the North of England and then it will be relocating to London and form there onward to the US, locations in the US are to be confirmed and as we get our final dates and venues we will be sending that information out across social media and through our site news here.
Its a very exciting project and opening night promises to be quite an event that I am looking forward to enormously.
The work will be available to purchase during the exhibition runs at the venues and also online through a dedicated website that will launch on the exhibitions opening night. Print sales will be limited edition only and restricted in numbers to 20 of each piece of work and will only be available through the exhibition and no where else”

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Shooting in Death Valley
I found myself in Death Valley moving through the Valley from South to North. Death Valley has always held a fascination for me in its sheer scale and beauty and this week I shot some ‘personal work’ there, focusing on a project about the abandoned town of Darwin.
6 miles off the main road quite literally in the middle of absolutely nowhere I came across the town of Darwin sat in the base of the mountains, shrouded in dust and sand and abandoned in the sheer deffening silence that you experience only in places like Death Valley.

Darwin itself is a truly amazing place and I really didn’t know what to expect as I pulled onto the dirt track that carried me into this sleepy little abandoned area in the middle of the valley with a reported population today of under 40 even though the sign brags a few more that have since packed up and moved on away from the town…

The town was first established by American explorer Dr Darwin French in 1874 after he discovered silver ore deposits in the mountains, just south of Death Valley but the mining area is now closed off and out of limits to people with many signs warning of the dangers of open mines still being there and potential death traps to those that wander into the area. Just a year later, 700 people were found living in the town where around 20 mines were discovered – the population peaked in 1877 at several thousand people.
In its heyday, Darwin was buzzing with saloon bars, miners, busy general stores and even brothels.

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29
Jun
14

Scott Kelby gets all fired up for Vegas !

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Today the big man himself, Scott Kelby of KelbyOne Media in the US posted that he was all fired up for the Automotive Car Photographer Tim Wallace being one of the instructors to be giving seminars and lone shoot classes on stage in Las Vegas in just a few months time.

Scott Kelby – Photoshop Insider News Pages ‘Look who’s teaching at Photoshop World in Vegas! Oh Yeah !!!!

September 3rd to the 5th Las Vegas is the place to be this year with the annual Photoshop World Event which is sponsored by Adobe.
The event is truly massive and attracts people from quite literally all over the globe, with the driving force behind this show spectacular being KelbyOne.
Tim has been invited to be one of the key instructors at the event and will be on stage giving several seminars including performing an exciting ‘Live’ car shoot in front of the audience, talking about lighting, photography, photoshop and how to really work effectively with your clients and make a difference to your business.

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Photoshop World Las Vegas 2014 Find out more at the Official Photoshop World site

Photoshop World is the place to be if your want to learn from some of the top photographers in the World today, all under one roof in this spectacular event that offers 3 days of shows and on stage seminars, get to meet the instructors off stage, special events and parties in the evening and one of the worlds biggest Expo events all in the desert city on Las Vegas. “What happens in Vegas, usually ends up on YouTube!…”
Full event programmes that show the Expo event and also the different training ‘tracks’ for instructor seminar events across all three days will be available in the coming weeks and registration is now open through KelbyOne

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Details of Tim’s classes over the 3 days in Las Vegas and the schedules

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Some of Tim’s recent commercial work

Tim’s History with KelbyOne

Tim has been a KelbyOne instructor for 3 years now and over in the US Scott Kelby described Tim as one of the most influential car photographers in the World today and Tim was invited to the US by Kelby and with their filming and production crew produced a set of one hour long video tutorials that cover the in-depth aspects of the lighting of cars in photography, Tim’s the approach to a shoot and the issues and solutions that can arise in different situations and working with just available light effectively. These video seminars are available online through KelbyOne.

The video seminars have since proved a huge success and have received some great feedback from the tens of thousands of professional and amateur based viewers Worldwide that have used them to help them understand items from new lighting techniques to how to look at a scene and work to build up for a more atmospheric photographic capture. The videos also look at working with just one light for those that wish to try out and experiment in this field but have limited equipment available as well as some dedicated photoshop retouching and digital processing classes. Tim is now a regular guest at Kelby and continues to build on the catalogue of training videos available through his dedicated area on the Kelby site where he is one of the featured instructors in the World alongside some of the biggest names in the photography today such as Joe McNally and Jay Maisel.
You can also find 2 in depth interviews lasting over 1 hour each with Tim talking about the business side of the industry from setting up and first things to think about, through to client strategies and effective quoting as well as a second 1 hour video interview where Tim talks about what inspires him today and talks through the journey that led him to where he is today.

Want to see Tim’s video seminars today?
Why not go across to KelbyOne where all Tim’s courses are available online and get yourself prepared for Vegas! Tim Wallace – KelbyOne Training Instructor

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Ambient Life Online

A selection of other online sites that offer a look into the work of UK Professional Photographer Tim Wallace.

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Photographer Tim Wallace is the driving force and creative thinking behind Ambient Life.
An award winning photographer he is probably best known for his commercial car and advertising work.

Tim works with many well known brands and clients such as Aston Martin, Land Rover and Kenwood in the US, and has recently been named as one of the ten photographers to be selected by Hasselblad for the quality of his work and creative vision to represent their new 'Pro Team' to be launched in 2010.

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