Stock Photography With Yuri Arcurs - On the Photo Shoot!

Posted Wednesday, 1 October 2008 by Sverre Sjøthun in Photography
Join the world's best selling stock photographer, Yuri Arcurs, on a photo shoot - learn about work flow, preparations, styling and much more!
Last week, we showed you a little teaser from our latest feature here on the blog - Yuri Arcurs' new video blog here at Crestock, where you'll get to join him on his photo shootsin the streets and in the studio, and he'll be sharing tips and tricksfor both the beginner and the more seasoned veteran.

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Best Selling Stock Photographer Yuri Arcurs
By Driftless Ramblings on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 4:49 PM
  One of the things I like about the microstock world is the openness and helpfulness of everyone.  Now I just saw this, a video post from Yuri Arcurs about how he shoots.  It appears that this is the first of what is going to be a series of posts.�...
Best Selling Stock Photographer Yuri Arcurs
By guest01 on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 8:19 PM
I had never saw a garbage bigger than that, it's a pitty you think that he is a photographer...
without a special light
By araraadt on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 8:25 PM
dear Yuri, I was surprising that you don't use a special light apparatus in during your photo series. But I find it more natural. Everything without a artificial light is more attractive, by the way, for what improving was create a photoshop, wasn't ?
By travismanley on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 8:48 PM
great vid!
Jealousy?
By Deb on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 10:14 PM
Gee "guest01" do I detect a bit of jealousy in your remark? Call him what you like, but you can't dismiss the fact that he makes a great deal of money taking pictures. I'm not sure what else he needs to do to be considered a "photographer."

I for one appreciate the fact that he shares ideas on many different forums. Thanks, Yuri!
Typical... Guest01 won't leave a name...
By Forgiss on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 10:51 PM
Nice to see Yuri in real life! so used to the image you build of somebody through forum posts or messengers conversations on the other side of the planet, then when you meet them, they are totally different!

As for Guest01... dude, do better and link up your portfolio... and then we can all admire your work as well... don't be a troll...

We do a behind the scenes shoot with every shoot we do now, and it's just not easy to be the focus all of a sudden if you are used to working from behind the little box... I think these are excellent!
Yuri Arcurs - On the Photo Shoot!
By Probie on Wednesday, 1 October 2008 11:15 PM
Yuri, Enjoyed the video; am looking forward to more episodes.
Thanks,
Probie
Jealousy? MAYBE!
By Tony M. on Thursday, 2 October 2008 12:25 AM
How nice you are Yuri to share your ideas, thank you!

@guest01....your whole life income in photography (if you are) might a month income of Yuri, show yours!...LOL

Tony
More videos !!!
By Little_Desire on Thursday, 2 October 2008 7:50 AM
Thank you for sharing with us that video! We're waiting to see next one!
By Yuri_Arcurs on Thursday, 2 October 2008 3:23 PM
Someone said: "I was surprising that you don't use a special light apparatus in during your photo series“
I use the right light for the right job. Good or "perfect" ligthing is not always something good. People want naturalism these days. :)
By ashwin on Sunday, 5 October 2008 8:09 AM
Lovely! Thanks a lot for sharing. Great to watch and find out how the real Stock GURU's work!!
By williv on Wednesday, 8 October 2008 9:03 AM
Hi Yuri, great video! Thanks so much for the openness and sharing. Keep up the great work :)
Good stuff
By rudyumans on Friday, 17 October 2008 5:24 PM
Good stuff! I can watch this all day. He makes it look so easy and relaxed. Nothing like the uptight photo shoots down here in sunny Miami, FL. If you're ever down here, give me a call. I help free of charge! Seems a nice guy too. He could have made a lot more money by selling these videos as instructional videos for $29.95 but instead, it is right here for free and I actually learn something on top of it. Thank you very much. Don't worry about guest01. I love to see his or her stuff, but probably more bark than bite
Great
By dream box on Tuesday, 28 October 2008 6:09 PM
Enjoyed the video; am looking forward to more episodes.

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