About CourseBill has been photographing Cason for over 5 years as part of a long term documentary project. In that time Bill has documented Cason's growth as a skater and as a person, and all the while refining and developing his own techniques as a photographer in this environment. Engaging with a subject in a long term project can enrich your photography and your life in ways you've never imagined.
- Lesson 1: Introduction 10:00
- Lesson 2: Ollie Over Bill 05:31
- Lesson 3: Bring in the Strobe 05:09
- Lesson 4: In the Pool 02:23
- Lesson 5: The Snake Run 02:21
- Lesson 6: Portrait Session 04:51
- Lesson 7: Put the Shadow on the Wall 06:29
- Lesson 8: Board Slide 09:42
- Lesson 9: Tombstone 01:24
- Lesson 10: Progression 01:28
- Lesson 11: Conclusion 02:56
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Bill Frakes is a Sports Illustrated Staff Photographer based in Florida who has worked in all 50 states and in more than 125 countries for a wide variety of editorial and advertising clients.His advertising clients include Apple, Nike, Manfrotto, CocaCola, Champion, Isleworth, Stryker, IBM, Nikon, Canon, Kodak, and Reebok. He directs music videos and television ads.Editorially his work has appeared in virtually every major general interest publication in the world. His still photographs and short documentary films have been featured on hundreds of Web sites as well as on most major television networks.He won the coveted Newspaper Photographer of the Year award in the prestigious Pictures of the Year competition. He was a member of the Miami Herald staff that won the Pulitzer Prize for their coverage of Hurricane Andrew. He was awarded the Gold Medal by World Press Photo. He has also been honored by the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Awards for reporting on the disadvantaged and by the Overseas Press club for distinguished foreign reporting. He has received hundreds of national and international awards for his work.He has taught at the University of Miami, the University of Florida and the University of Kansas as an adjunct professor and lecturer. During the last five years he has lectured at more than 100 universities discussing multimedia and photojournalism.In 2010 he served on the jury of World Press Photo.