Photographer, Lecturer, and Trainer
David Ziser, an internationally-renowned wedding photographer, has shared his knowledge with tens of thousands of photographers in five languages and in 14 countries worldwide. Studio Photography acclaimed “Award winning photographer, David Ziser, is showing the world how to take wedding pictures.” The Dallas Morning News extolled Ziser as “wedding photographer extraordinaire.” David is one of 101 worldwide who hold the highest honor of “Fellow” bestowed by the American Society of Photographers.
Almost 3 years ago David launched DigitalProTalk.com; a blog dedicated to the aspiring professional photographer looking to enhance his/her photography, Photoshop, Lightroom, and business skills. It’s been called one of the best photo blogs out there. Readership continues to grow and is in excess of 165,000 page views per month. David also writes a monthly e-newsletter that emails to over 23,000 recipients.
By year end he will have completed 6 DVD’s online for Kelby Training with 5 more planned for 2010.
David was asked by Professional Photographer Magazine to be a regular monthly contributor to their award winning publication.
He has also just partnered with the Digital Wedding Forum to be a monthly content provider. DWF is one of the most widely read wedding forums in the U.S.
David has just produced his first book on wedding photography entitled, “Captured By The Light, The Essential Guide On Extraordinary Wedding Photography.” Kelby Media, who asked David to author the book provided assistance in design, layout, and marketing of the book. Kelby Media is the most successful producer of books of this kind in the world. Peachpit/New Riders have just finished publishing the book which will be in bookstores by mid-February 2010.
David was one of the leading platform speakers at WPPI lecturing to an enthusiastic audience of over 800 people.
He will be presenting again at both Photoshop World Conferences again in 2010.
David Ziser continues to be one of the leading trainers in the industry for over twenty years. His 2009 Digital WakeUp Call tour was called the best of the year and one of the best digital photography seminar series ever. He is currently planning another national tour for this year – 2010.