This group was started for those that love to shoot and talk about digital photography. It is open to all who would like to learn more about taking better pictures. It is led by Frank Veronsky.
Frank Veronsky has been an editorial and commercial photographer in New York City for over 20 years. He specializes in people, portraits, fashion, photo illustration and personal work. He has worked with such clients as Simon & Schuster, Infashion Magazine, Reader’s Digest, Cambridge University Press, People Magazine, Good Housekeeping, The Wall Street Journal, Vanity Fair, Maxim, Rykodisc, Wind-Up Records, Sanctuary Records, Levi’s, Fairchild Publications, Anheuser Busch, Doubleday Publishing, and Comedy Central.

He has photographed an eclectic array of celebrities, personalities, top executives, as well as many outstanding unknowns, all who are just as dear to his heart.

He has written on the subjects of Adobe Photoshop and lighting technique for photography publications such as Digital Photo Pro, Professional Photographer, and TakeGreatPhotos.com, and is featured in instructional video for Popular Photography’s Digital Days, “Your Guide to Digital Photography”.

He aspires to utilize his natural good looks and sense of humor for his own gain, and the good of mankind, whenever possible.

His work can be seen @:
http://www.frankveronsky.com

http://www.jerseyfreshphotos.com/

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