Kyle Stanley

Kyle Stanley

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Mr. Kyle Stanley At first glance, A Former US government contractor and Logistics consultant, Kyle Stanley hides years of photographic experience and a lineage of photographers and artists. His grandfather, John Sutherland, Sr. was the Director of Arts and a photographer for the Walker Arts Center in Minneapolis MN and a great uncle was a Senior Staff Photographer for Sunnmorsposten in Norway. Kyle is an accomplished photographer, having opened his first portrait studio in 2008 where he honed his portraiture, fashion, product and wedding photography skills. In 2009, while being employed by the US Government and stationed in Kuwait where he continued his passion for Photography. Kyle Stanley took photographs for the World Rally Car international Championship race events held in Kuwait, the Red Bull Drift Car Challenges, Kuwait Horse Racing events, the Kuwait International Veterinary Hospital, Restaurants and various local businesses. In May of 2012 Kyle Organized and conducted the Kuwait Photowalk with great success having more the 92 participants from more then 24 different nationalities. The first Photography seminar conducted by Kyle was in March of 2012 with 12 students from various nationalities and cultural backgrounds. Since then he has helped students from more then 32 countries to improve and discover there own passion for Photography. In July of 2012 Kyle Stanley Organized and co-conducted a Wedding Seminar in Kuwait along with Master Photographer and co-PRI incorporator, Lee Llamas of the Philippines. It was attended by more then 40 participants from various backgrounds and nationalities. In 2013 Kyle was selected to become and instructor at Philippine Center for Creative Imaging (PCCI). and in 2014 he was selected as one of 4 Photographers for the Philippine National Conference as a Speaker on Adobe Lightroom. 2014 through 2015 seen the continued rise or the career path for Kyle as he was contracted to photograph and document the 2013 and 2014 International Miss Earth competitions. As well Kyle was contracted to complete 360 interior architectural Photography for Estate Properties and there 36 House designs. In Summery Kyle has taught more then 1,000 students ranging from 40 divers nationalities and cultural backgrounds. Having held an almost weekly workshop at differ locations on topics ranging from Portrait, Landscape, Street, Food, and product Photography accompanied by Digital Post processing workflows using Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop. Kyle Stanley’s works have been featured on Covers of M Magazine, and I- Mag magazine, He has had 4 page Tutorials printed and an 8 page interview and instructional editorial on Sports Photography and Adobe Lightroom. As well Kyle Stanley’s work has been featured in multiple Newspaper articles and advertising campaigns. He believes that the continued growth of social media will spread the sharing of Art and Photography across the world.
  • Canon EOS 60D
  • Canon POWERSHOT G12
  • Canon 5D MK 3 2ea.
  • Canon 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6L-IS
  • Canon 70-200 2.8L IS USM Version 2.
  • Canon 135 2.0L
  • Canon 1.4 Ext Version 3
  • Canon 35mm 1.4L
  • Carl Zeiss 50mm 1.4
  • Canon 28-300 F4-5.6L
  • Canon 17-40mm F4L
  • Canon 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L-IS
  • Tokina 11-16mm F2.8
  • Canon 50mm 1.4 & 1.8
  • Canon 18-200mm f3.5-5.6 EFS
  • Canon 24-70mm f/2.8L EF (USM)
  • Canon 100mm f/2.8L MACRO IS LENS
  • Canon 24-105mm f/4L EF IS (USM)
  • Canon SPEEDLITE 580EX2 2ea
  • Apple 27" LED CInima Display
  • Manfrotto and Oben Tripods and support
  • Canon SPEEDLITE 320EX
  • 3ea Macbook Pro W/ all Licensed Software From Abobe and Nik

Why give a photography workshop

Published March 4th, 2012

On the 2nd Day of March, 2012 I held my first workshop on Photography. Seems these days that everyone with a DSLR can claim to be able to shoot a wedding, portraits, landscape, and a large range of Photography. Everywhere you look someone is presenting a course. Here in Kuwait where I am working it seems every week a young Photographer who picked up a camera a year or 2 ago is ready to claim to be a master, ready to teach... and of course charge for their service. I was asked if I wanted to participate and be the student in a "Basic" photography course only a few weeks ago. Not easily offended so I just shrugged it off, but once I heard that the participants where being charged $140 for a 1 day course I had had enough. Photography is both a learned profession and it must come from within. Through a combination of school, apprenticeship, and dedicated practice you have an opportunity to improve and evolve over time.. as in years of time. Their are a few servants with outstanding ...

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