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  • Category Archives Photo Shoots

    (Above) Here's a behind-the-scene shot from Friday's shoot.  This is a three-light shoot: Two 4-foot strip banks above (with Elinchrom strobes), and there's one additional softbox in front (you can see the light-stand right behind my laptop) that's putting some extra light on the engine --- it was a little dark in there with just the two strobe directly above the bike. I asked my Creative Director Felix Nelson if I could shoot his Harley, but he was doing some serious tinkering with it at home and it wouldn't be ready for days, so he suggested calling our guitar player (Felix is the bass player for Big Electric Cat), Tony Llanes since he builds custom choppers. He didn't have one available, but his cousin had this "Big Dog!" chopper and he came rolling up on it Friday and I was like, "Oh Yeah baby!" Only had…

    Well, they're actually shots from practice runs and qualifying from Saturday,  the day before the race (The Grand Prix race was Sunday but I wasn't able to shoot the actual race because of a prior commitment on Sunday). I was shooting for the City of St. Pete's Website (thanks to my buddy Andy Gregory who got me the gig, and covered the race on Sunday). Above: Here's the rear view taken down low (on my knees) from a break in the retaining wall heading into the straightaway. Specs: Nikon D4 at f/4,  at 1/2000 of a second at 200 ISO. Using a 400mm f/2.8 lens at f/4  because I was using a 1/4 tele-converter, so it was actually taken at 550mm.  Anyway here's a few shots from the day (and I'll leave the rest to the captions). Above: Here's an overhead panning shot taken from up…

    Above: Here's our class group shot, taken with a remote camera mounted inside the goal. On Sunday morning we had a session just on mounting and using remotes.  I thought from the beginning it was going be the coolest hands-on workshop I've ever been involved it, and it totally, totally was! (If this is the first time you're hearing about, first go watch this very short video clip which explains the workshop). Above: Here's our workroom for the weekend, inside the VIP Club at the Tampa Bay Times Forum. Sweet digs!  (Photo by Brad Moore) Above: Here's Scott Audette (far right) doing a presentation on what makes a good hockey photo; which types of shots make it, and which one's don't. Really eye-opening and candid. That's me (left center) and Mike Carlson (far left). (Photo by Brad Moore) I'm going to tell the story with captions,…

    On Monday morning I a took a short flight down to Key West, Florida to meet up with my buddy Jose Ramos, a military aviation photographer who was on assignment for Pilot magazine doing a story on Fighter Squadron VFC-111 (The "Sundowners") based at Key West Naval Airstation. It was absolutely beautiful down there (and the weather couldn't have been more beautiful, with temperatures in the high 60s and low 70s), and on Monday, after shooting some takesoffs and landings from long range, Jose and I stayed late to get some nice light at sunset with some of the jets on the flight line. One of the highlights of the trip was Jose and I having lunch with his good friend, and Squadron Commander,  Joe 'Monty' McMonigle. I told him about my carrier shoot, and since he had been flying off carriers for years…

    Last week when I posted my detail shots of exotic cars from the duPont Registery's in-house collection, a buddy of mine Karl-Franz Marquez dropped me a line about it, and included some shots he had taken of his own car, a beautiful Aston Martin Vantage that he also shot "Tim Wallace" style (after watching some of Tim's online classes at KelbyTraining.com). He had some taken some beautiful shots, and I was totally digging on his car, and Karl-Franz offered to drive over for the day (around 150 miles each way) to let me shoot this British made Aston Martin, and so yesterday we did an afternoon shoot, indoors at our headquarters inside our video studios. Above: Here's the behind-the-scenes shot of the image at the top of the page. That's Karl-Franz holding a second flash to light the grill in the front of the…

    Above: A Lamborghini Gallardo shot at the duPont Registry Headquarters in Clearwater, Florida. When I was at Photoshop World in Las Vegas last September, I ran into an old friend, Manuel Obordo (literally, the guy who taught me Photoshop ---- if you've heard any interviews about how I got started in this business, you've heard me tell the story of Manuel). Manuel is the duPont Registry magazine's Director of Technology (the duPont Registry is a luxury car and lifestyle magazine that's hugely popular here in the USA, and I've been reading it, and drooling over the cars in it, as long as I can remember). When I saw him I asked if I could come and shoot some of their collection of cars (I had heard they always have all kinds of cool, and man did they ever). So, on Friday Brad and I went and…

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