Join Mia McCormick as she sits down with Joe McNally, an internationally acclaimed photographer, for an inspirational hour of conversation that spans Joe’s 30 year career. Joe has always strived to use his photographic vision to convey the emotionality and visceral impact of his experiences to the viewers of his work. In this interview you’ll hear the story of how Joe got started in photography, gain insight into what he’s thinking while on assignment, learn the back stories behind many of his most well known photographs, discover what drives him to give so much back to the photographic community, and so much more!
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After leaving school Joe headed to New York with the hope of hitting it big in news photography, but found a healthy dose of reality instead.
Joe takes us through the back stories of some of his photos that mean the most to him.
While not a conflict photographer, Joe has brought his unique photographic vision to some of the world\'s hot spots.
You have to have an ability as a photographer to know a picture when you\'re looking at it. You need to be able to recognize the photo that you need, and then make it.
Being a professional photographer requires hard work; financially, mentally, emotionally, and physically.
Having been fortunate to have had experienced photographers show him the ropes along the way, Joe believes photography has always been a pass-it-along business.
Joe McNally is an internationally acclaimed photographer whose career has spanned 30 years and included assignments in over 50 countries. He has shot cover stories for TIME, Newsweek, Fortune, New…
Mia McCormick works as a resident technology expert for Kelby Training and B&H Photo - one of the largest electronic retailers in the world. She also conducts a series of…