Congratulations to the Documentary team

Published by | Friday, February 22nd, 2013

Most people know for our immense training library of over 80,000 video tutorials. But we also have an in-house documentary team that’s producing some very compelling documentaries with the same high quality as our individual training titles.

Recently the Santa Barbara International Film Festival screened our latest full-length documentary Jerry & Maggie: This is not photography. The film takes us inside the home and workspace of husband-and-wife artists Jerry Uelsmann and Maggie Taylor, who push the boundaries of photography with their haunting, layered dreamscapes.

“It was a great screening with Bruce and Lynda in attendance. Full house, great Q&A session,” said David Niles White, documentary producer at “It was everything we could hope for as filmmakers.”

Members of can watch Jerry & Maggie: This is not photography in its entirety in our library. If you have already seen it, be sure to watch the recently released bonus footage featuring more of Jerry’s darkroom techniques and Maggie’s Adobe Photoshop process, as well as a new video about Jerry and Ansel Adams in Yosemite.

Congratulations to the entire documentary team on a wonderful movie!

The Documentary Team

Pictured left to right: Nick Passick (editor); Aron Ives (cinematographer); David Niles White (producer); Mia Shimabuku (cinematographer/editor); Scott Erickson (director); and Tracy Clarke (editor). Photo by Candace Schermerhorn.

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2 Responses to “Congratulations to the Documentary team”

  1. RM Brand says:

    I watched several documentaries and they’re brilliant. Top quality, informative, and entertaining. I wouldn’t be surprised if this team will be recognized by their peer with awards very soon.

  2. Your documentaries are one of the best parts of the site. I love the film about Koci Hernandez and I started using After Effects because he discussed its practicality during the documentary.

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