…begins with a single step. Atlanta-based photographer Zack Arias started out to be a photographer but instead ended up heavily in debt, nearly ruining his family. So he took a steady “day job” and two years later, like the Phoenix, rose out of the ashes and made a successful go of it this time. Besides running a successful photo business centered around the music industry, he runs a unique workshop on “minimalist photography” that’s sold out months in advance. We ran across him on Flickr with an amazing photo, showing his strobe going off (via Pocket Wizard, of course) a looong way off, up in Alaska in the Chugach Range. Check it out!
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