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Thursday, December 20, 2012

Headshot: Sheila web entrepreneur, book lover





Sheila needed a new headshot to attach to her business information. We did a couple of different looks, with different backgrounds to give her a choice in what would work best for the application. While these aren't the conventional head and shoulders business shots on a background, what was important with this shoot was capturing a great expression and offering some variety for different publication media.


Thursday, December 6, 2012

Theatre: Babes in Toyland 2012

This is my 3rd year doing photos for Baltimore Actors' Theatre production of Babes in Toyland . I used some new tricks this year to try and make it a little easier for me to cover the whole stage! Check out some highlights and how I did it!

Sunday, June 3, 2012

Automotive: Shooting on the Shore

Here's my favorite shot from Cruisin Ocean City this year.

I have to admit, I'm really pleased with how the group shots went in Ocean City this year. Not only did it end up being a great shot, but it was a lot of fun to do, involving a lot of people with a love of great muscle cars spanning 40   years.

A little about how it was done, and more shots from Hot Rod Week spring 2012 inside.

Monday, May 14, 2012

Automotive: Flashing a Car Topless

I'm getting ready to go "Down the Ocean" this week. It's Cruisin' Ocean City in Ocean City, MD! Around here we call it hot rod weekend. Tons of awesome cars! Getting read for some great shots by the shore, I took a few to work out the setup. Here's why:

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Animal Portrait: Two Dogs, two tricks




Getting a person to give me that complimentary smile, or sit with their shoulders at just the right angle can take a few attempts. But hey, at least we speak the same language (usually).

Photographing pets can be quite a different task. To photograph a dog, you have to think like a dog. What's that? You have enough trouble trying to figure out a human thought (maybe even your own)? Fortunately for most, dogs can be much simpler. Usually they want two things, food and play. Working with a dog that is good with strangers, or already well trained, the task can be a walk in the park. For those that aren't, read on.