27
Feb

Strobist Interview

Posted by John Keatley / Filed under Press & Interviews

Interview with John Keatley on Strobist about his photogrpahy and lighting technique.

Dan Kaminsky for WIRED Magazine, photo by John Keatley.

It’s quite a thrill for me to share with you that there is a new article (read here) about my photography and lighting technique on Strobist.  As you can see, Dan is pretty excited about this as well.  The article details my assignments for WIRED and Technology Review to photograph hacker Dan Kaminsky, and what went into making the final images.  For those of you who have already seen the post, this never before seen outtake from the WIRED shoot is for you.
A very big thank you goes out to David Hobby!

“John Keatley: Lighting Strikes Twice”
http://strobist.blogspot.com/2009/02/john-keatley-lighting-strikes-twice.html

05
Dec

Technology Review – Dan Kaminsky

Posted by John Keatley / Filed under Tear Sheets

Dan Kaminsky - photo by John Keatley for Technology Review.  The Flaw at the Heart of the Internet.

Technology Review, November 2008.  This was my first shoot with Dan Kaminsky.   He is a hacker who discovered and helped fix a huge security hole in the Internet. Read more about his story in the Wired Magazine post (here).

*Update* David Hobby at Strobist interviewed me about my lighting technique for this assignment and my other shoot with Dan.  He wrote a really nice article, and you can read it (here).

05
Dec

Wired – Hole in the Internet

Posted by John Keatley / Filed under Blog

Seattle based hacker Dan Kaminsky.  Photo by John Keatley for Wired

My first assignment with Wired just came out in the December issue. You can see the online article with my pictures of Dan Kaminsky and Paul Vixie here. It’s a great story, and worth a read, even if you aren’t interested in secret meetings at Microsoft, and a big security flaw in the Internet. This was my second time photographing Dan Kaminsky, the hacker who discovered the hole in the Internet. It was fun to work with more familiarity than I usually get with a subject. I also flew down to San Francisco and photographed Paul Vixie at his Redwood City office. Paul is considered to be the “Godfather of DNS”.

*Update* David Hobby at Strobist interviewed me about my lighting technique for this assignment and my other shoot with Dan.  He wrote a really nice article, and you can read it (here).