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Bobbi Lane is an award-winning commercial photographer specializing in creative portraits on location and in the studio. Lane's multi-faceted approach to photography incorporates over 35 years of technical experience with innovative artistic interpretation. Her corporate and editorial work includes corporate identity, business websites and annual reports.
As a dedicated photo educator, she brings insight and enthusiasm to her students in workshops held worldwide. Bobbi is known for teaching lighting techniques for portraits, both natural and artificial: studio strobes, speedlights, LEDs, and daylight fluorescent. Bobbi's excellent rapport and communication with her students inspires and motivates, while her straight-forward teaching style reaches students of many different skill levels. Her dynamic workshops are always both educational and fun!
Combining her love of travel, photography and teaching, Bobbi also leads international photo travel workshops. In the past few years, she has been to Ethiopia, Myanmar, Turkey, Oman, Venice Carnival, Hong Kong and Dubai. These travel tours offer students the opportunity to see in new ways and learn lighting, landscape, people and processing skills to enhance their vision.
Bobbi is the author of two books: “Creative Techniques for Color Photography” and “Advertising Photography: A Straightforward Guide to a Complex Industry”, with Lou Lesko.
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Holly was born and raised in Guatemala. As the daughter of a farmer and teacher, she spent half her time in the city and the other half in the dense jungles and agricultural landscapes of Guatemala. She is a freelance photographer and holds a degree in Political Science and Languages and speaks fluent Spanish, German, and English. After university she moved to Japan for two years, where she taught English and cultural diversity to rural communities. She has traveled to over 50 countries as a cultural observer and avid hiker, living with nomad families in the Tibetan mountains as well as the Saharan desert. Her passion for ethnic cultures and hiking has taken her around the world, from the remote corners of East Asia to the far north of Mongolia.
Her journey in photography began on the streets of Guatemala and its countryside, documenting the culture and people’s relation to agriculture. After two years in Japan she returned to the US in 2003 to pursue a career in photography. She attended the SALT Institute for Documentary Studies, worked at Aurora Stock Agency, and apprenticed with Robb Kendrick. As a documentary photographer she focuses on in depth stories relating culture, diversity and people and their environment. She is based in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico with her husband Sky and puppy Pistola.
Her work has been published in international publications such as National Geographic Adventure, New York Times, CARE, TIME Magazine, GEO Magazine, Monocle, The Economist, Travel & Leisure, etc.