On of the neat things about working at Google is the fact that the company loves letting its employees hear from the world’s best minds through the AtGoogleTalks. Through the series of lectures, Google invites well-known individuals to share on their area of expertise for 40-70 minutes. In addition to the thousands of politicians, musicians, and entertainers who have shared so far, there have also been a number of photographers invited for Photographers@Google presentations.
The video above shows a lecture given by HDR landscape photographer Trey Ratcliff last year.
It’s actually the second time he spoke at @Google. The first time was a year earlier as part of the Authors@Google series, when he talked about his new book on HDR and the photos that went into it:
Here are some other ones that are freely available online:
Thomas Hawk spoke about tricks, techniques, and art.
Catherine Hall‘s talk was on generating photographic opportunities.
Moose Peterson was invited to share about his latest work, his passion for aviation, and his recent conservation trips.
Rick Sammon has given two talks. In 2010 he shared thoughts and musings on lighting, HDR photography, and being a Canon “Painter of Light.” The next year he turned to talk about travel photography.
Michael Clark spoke about the various tools and strategies used in capturing adventure sports.
Joe McNally was invited as part of the Authors@Google series to share his book, “The Moment It Clicks.”
Know of any others? Link us in the comments and we’ll add them to this post!