“The real journey of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes” Marcel Proust
Scott Stulberg had many gifts in my life…but maybe the best one of all was the camera his father gave him when he was ten years old. Albert Einstein said “Imagination is more important than knowledge”, and with that camera, his photographs let his imagination come to life.
He feels, just like Cartier-Bresson felt, that the camera is an extension of my eye. And although a photograph is seen with the eye, it is made with the mind. And his mind always seems to be surveying the constant movement in which life unfolds because great moments are born from great opportunity. Capturing that moment in time keeps us living that moment forever.
He love capturing so many different things in his home and abroad…but his main focus is on Stock Photography, with my images being represented by Corbis, Getty Images and many others. He is a tourism and stock photographer who trips often to distant lands looking for exclusive stock chances. He is signified by many stock agencies together with Corbis and Getty Images.
A causal writer for Shutterbug Magazine, he teaches digital photography and Photoshop at UCLA Extension, the Julia Dean Photo Workshops in Venice Beach & the Art Wolfe Digital Photography Center in Seattle. He is also co-author of The Digital Photographer’s New Guide to Photoshop Plug-Ins. From Microsoft, Newsweek and the New York Times, to greeting cards, calendars and book covers, his images are used internationally.
His photographs are in collections all over the world, including on permanent display in the United Nations and the new UCLA Medical Center, with prints displayed in over 60 patient rooms. It is about vision, ideas and the willingness to allow your imagination to soar. Here is the wonderful collection of Natural World by Scott Stolberg. Hope you will like this article and sharing with us your precious comments…