On Photo Shoots

  • Lighting Fashion in New York City, Part 2

    Feb 1st, 2011  |  96 Comments

    Yesterday our lighting set-up was pretty much for head shots (one beauty dish and a reflector), but for every look we did during the day, I also shot more traditional full length shots as well, but like always—I try to keep the lighting simple, using just one main light. This was shot with a grayContinue…

  • Lighting Fashion in New York City, Part 1

    Jan 31st, 2011  |  79 Comments

    Well, football season is over (at least for me, anyway), so it’s time to move on to other shoots. This weekend I was up in New York City speaking at an event Friday evening (more on that tomorrow), but while I was up there, I managed to fit in a fashion shoot on Saturday morningContinue…

  • NFL Sideline Shoot: Titans vs Colts (and how I got kicked off the sidelines)

    Jan 4th, 2011  |  87 Comments

    It was an awesome game. An awesome night! For the Colts, this was a must-win final game of the season to make it to the playoffs. For the Titans, the role of “spoiler” if they beat the Colts in their house. What an incredible atmosphere to shoot in. [Above: I got this shot of ColtsContinue…

  • On Assignment: Shooting the Beef ‘O’ Brady’s College Bowl

    Dec 27th, 2010  |  37 Comments

    Last Tuesday I got the assignment from Southcreek Global Media to shoot the Beef ‘O’ Brady College Bowl Game (at the Tropicana Dome in St. Petersburg, Florida) between the Louisville Cardinals and the Southern Miss Golden Eagles. My Fluke Mistake of the Day If you’re thinking that the image above looks like it has someContinue…

  • Back from Nine Days in Hawaii

    Dec 7th, 2010  |  46 Comments

    Above: Shot with a Nikon D3, with a 14-24mm f/2.8 lens (at 15mm) at ISO 200, at f/7.1 at 1/5 of a second so I could capture a little movement while he was spinning the fire sticks. Click on it for a larger view). Hi Gang: I just got back yesterday from a nine-day vacationContinue…

  • To Correct Or Not To Correct?

    Nov 30th, 2010  |  163 Comments

    I forgot to post this fisheye shot from the game in Miami last week, but when I was getting ready to post it, I thought, “I wonder if I should correct the fisheye distortion?” So, I gave it a shot. In Photoshop CS5, it’s an automated process—just open the image in Camera Raw, go toContinue…

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