About the Photoguru

Everything photography from Sean Arbabi the self-professed PhotoGuru – A working traveling pro shooter for over 20 years capturing adventure, lifestyle, people, travel, and wildlife around the globe; for advertising, corporate, and editorial clients.

He talks about his life as a commercial travel photographer, how to take better images, the latest and greatest in photo gear and software, and much, much more…

Sean is a commercial photographer specializing in adventure, lifestyle, nature, and travel; for ad, corporate, and editorial clients. He’s had freelance and contracted assignments with over 250 publications and 150 companies worldwide including Amex, Backpacker, California Division of Tourism, Fuji Film, GEO Germany, Microsoft, National Geographic Adventure and Traveler, The NY Times, Nikon, The North Face, Outside, Random House, Timex, Via, and Woodbridge wines. Sean has shot 200+ jobs for Sunset, and authored the successful book The BetterPhoto Guide to Exposure.

A native Californian, he received a B.A. in Commercial photography from Brooks Institute in ‘91, began his biz thereafter combining outdoor, on-location, and studio imagery. To date, he’s shot over a million shots, written numerous articles, and currently working on a tv show on photography. Capturing images in medium format and 35mm, ol’ school film and digital, he’s traveled around much of the US – international locations including Canada, Mexico, the UK, Southeast Asia, and So. America.

He’s currently writing his second photography book for Random House, due out in the summer of 2011.

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