Top 10 Most Influential Photographers Announced, Including...

A Popular AdoramaTV Contributor Gets Prestigious Award



AdoramaTV's Joe McNally has just been selected as one of the Top 10 Most Influential photographers in the industry by the readers of Shutter magazine. "Whether it's enduring below-freezing temperatures or scaling the TV antenna on top of the Empire State Building, master photographer extraordinaire Joe Mcnally does what it takes to capture the mement," says the magazine in its profile. The Top 10 Most Influential Photographers were selected by Shutter's readers, who are primarily professional photographers.


A recent video done exclusively by Joe McNally for AdoramaTV


McNally, a regular contributor to AdoramaTV with his ongoing series of how-to videos, Photo On The Go with Joe McNally, toured last year in the Adorama-sponsored Flashbus Tour and oftentimes teaches Workshops@Adorama. A frequent contributor to National Geographic, Time, and Men's Journal and a former staff photographer at Life Magazine, McNally is a 30-year veteran who has been honored by the Art Directors Club, Pictures of the Year International and World Press Photo, and received the Alfred Eisenstaedt Award for his magazine work.


A recent video done exclusively by Joe McNally for AdoramaTV


Joe McNally will also be forever remembered for his Faces of Ground Zero, photos of the survivors of 9/11 by taking 50 one-of-a-kind,  larger-than-life Polaroid photos of them, using the world's largest Polaroid camera. (Adorama paid for the storage of the images after the original exhibit's first nationwide tour.)

Congratulations, Joe!

Be sure to watch all of Joe McNally's videos for AdoramaTV, and visit Joe's blog.

Read more about Joe McNally at the Adorama Learning Center


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