A Bit About David
David Flashman was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada in 1991. He earned his Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scout Award in 2008. David was awarded first place in the 2008 Boy Scouts of America Patch Contest for the Las Vegas Area, North Star District. In 2009, he graduated with High Honors at Southeast Career Technical Academy High School majoring in Animation and Digital Game Development. In 2014, David earned an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Graphic Technology - Computer Graphic Design at the College of Southern Nevada...
1. What is your photography background? Is it something you´ve been
I graduated with a degree in graphic design and media at UNLV in 2018. Last year I started to dabble with photography since it is also a part of graphic design.
2. Why did you decide to become a photographer?
I decided to become a photographer because I want to take my own photographs to use with my graphic design skills and merge both design and photography as one.
3. What is your favourite subject to photograph and why?
My favorite subject to photograph is nature such as animals, landscapes including trees, mountains, and even images of Las Vegas city including my "A Pathway of Lights" photograph.
4. Do you have any favourite photographers who inspire you?
I don't have a favorite photographer but I do have favorite artists such as Alan Fletcher, Herbert Bayer, Max Miedinger, Irina Furman, Paul Cezanne, and Wayne Thiebaud.
5. What makes your photography stand out among the others?
I make my photographs more colorful and lifelike and even abstract.
6. What type of editing software do you like to use for your completed photographs? What is the process of post-production on your photos?
I use Adobe Lightroom to increase the brightness and the contrast, then use Adobe photoshop to mix up the colors of the images to create the beautiful digital art work.
7. Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
I plan on seeing myself in 5 years, having a master degree in MFA or about to finish one up with a full ride scholarship along with being able to do this career full time and get paid enough to support my family and I.