After the overwhelming success of the first class, Scott Kelby returns to New York to spend another day with Jay Maisel. However, it quickly became apparent to everyone present that what started out as a continuation of the last class was morphing into something more. In the end, no two days with Jay Maisel are ever the same and this day proved to be more revealing as Scott and crew discovered a little bit more about what makes Jay Maisel the legendary photographer that he is, why he makes the choices he makes, and what shaped him and his illustrious career.
Jay Maisel's name has become synonymous with light, gesture, and color. He started his professional career in 1954. His images have been used for advertising, editorial and corporate communications worldwide. In 1996 he stopped doing commercial jobs in order to concentrate on his personal work. He has exhibited widely and his prints are in private, corporate and museum collections.
1. Color Happens (07:09)
2. I Am Trying To Go Out Empty (02:33)
3. Sometimes, Your Best Zoom is Your Feet (03:00)
4.If You Are in the Dark (04:00)
5. If It Does Not Look Good, I Do Not Want to Fix It (06:33)
6. Stand Still (03:30)
7.For Inspiration, I Go To Museums (06:13)
8.If You Try and Say Everything (12:21)
9.They Do Not Call it Trial and Success (06:56)
10.Walk in Snow Without Leaving Footprints (03:27)
11. If You Shoot it For the Love of it (09:06)
12. The House Tour (09:47)
13. That is Not Dust (07:55)
14. Cramped for Space as I Am (07:14)