A Life Behind the Lens
Aired On: Jan 16, 2014
Joe McNally discusses the trials and tribulations of his photography career, the problems and personalities he dealt with and the overriding sense of humor that gets him through the day.
As a globetrotting magazine photographer, Joe McNally’s creative use of light has been the most notable aspect of his approach to shooting. Whether covering an editorial assignment for magazines such as TIME, Fortune and The New York Times Sunday Magazine, or shooting ad campaigns and corporate work for Fortune 500 companies, McNally embraces the...
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PhotographerAs a globetrotting magazine photographer, Joe McNally’s creative use of light has been the most notable aspect of his approach to shooting.