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Craig Colvin

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Craig Colvin

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Craig Colvin is an award-winning photographer and educator based in San Jose, CA. Craig’s primary focus is using the human body as art. He expresses this focus in many forms, but his goal is to use the body to mimic the shapes and curves found in nature, such as the gentle slope of a dune, a curve of a rock, or the rolling hills of a mountain range.

Making a body conform to natural formations re-enforces this similarity between the nature of the body and the nature of the land. Craig tends towards abstracting the body shapes, so the viewer isn’t always sure at first glance if the image contains a body or not.

Craig Colvin is an award-winning photographer and educator based in San Jose, CA. Craig’s primary focus is using the human body as art. He expresses this focus in many forms, but his goal is to use the body to mimic the shapes and curves found in nature, such as the gentle slope of a dune, a curve of a rock, or the rolling hills of a mountain range.

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Photographing the human form

Outdoors

Explore multiple lighting techniques designed to emphasize the curves of the human body, including backlighting, edge light, and a couple of Craig’s personal, unique methods to create stunning images.

Glamour using natural light

Outdoors

Anyone can take a great photo during “golden hour”, however, we’re often asked by clients to shoot outdoors in the middle of the day when the light isn’t as ideal. In this session, Craig will demonstrate multiple techniques for capturing breath-taking photos during these “non-golden hour” times.

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Morning Session

Photographing the human form

Outdoors

Explore multiple lighting techniques designed to emphasize the curves of the human body, including backlighting, edge light, and a couple of Craig’s personal, unique methods to create stunning images.

Afternoon Session

Glamour using natural light

Outdoors

Anyone can take a great photo during “golden hour”, however, we’re often asked by clients to shoot outdoors in the middle of the day when the light isn’t as ideal. In this session, Craig will demonstrate multiple techniques for capturing breath-taking photos during these “non-golden hour” times.

Sample of work

Sample of work