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How to Stand Out from the Crowd: SLR Lounge’s Interview with Quang Le

By fotosiamo on November 21st 2012

Photographer Quang Le has only started shooting 5 years ago while attending college, but since then, he has garnered an impressive clientele list in the fashion and music industry. He has worked with companies such as Vans, LRG, Nike, Atlantic Records, and Skull Candy. He has also shot well-known artists such as Snoop Dogg, Gym Class Heroes, Panic! At the Disco, and T-Pain.

We had a chance to sit with Quang to talk about how he got started in photography, his involvement in the creative process with his clients, how he cultivates relationships throughout his career to open doors, and what makes him stand out from the crowd.

Hope you enjoy the interview and be sure to stop by Quang’s website at Photos a la Quang.

The Interview Video with Quang Le

Quang Le’s Portfolio

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Gym class heroes

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Joe is a fashion and commercial photographer based in Los Angeles, CA. He blends creativity and edge with a strong style of lighting and emotion in his photographs.

Q&A Discussions

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  1. Ed Rhodes

    love quang le’s style

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  2. Jeff Lopez

    Lots of great information! Trying not to stare at the focus snafu ;)

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  3. Alex Leon

    Just finished it, loved it. I still have a ways to go and believe I definitely relate to having to get any job I can get right now because i’m still paying off my camera debt, but, one day… one day…

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  4. Joe

    it’s not that the work is anything great, it is that his marketing is top notch!
    It is funny how just because someone has access to and photographs the popular part of society people think they are just great…

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