Category Archives: Technical

Project Management and Photography

There have been many interesting assignments arising out of my work in commercial and advertising photography.  During my 35 years at this, big projects have been part and parcel of what I seek.  That includes having built 6 foot wide by 20 feet long running water streams in my studio, constructing and painting sets,  receiving...

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Combat Photography, Gettysburg to Afghanistan

Yesterday, Sunday Aug 11, I missed photographing the flowers at my daughter’s farm market booth, which I almost never miss.  Why did I? Because this event was taking place in Gettysburg. As a professional photographer and a student of American history, I can’t express how much I appreciated it.  War Photography has evolved radically since...

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Yep, I’m admitting it…

Soooo….as some of you may have noticed, I am totally enamored of Sony DSLR cameras, but I don’t mean the A7 series and their E mount lens system. I’ve become a total fanboy of the A mount a850 and a99, both of which I have and use.   I might, one day, also become a fan...

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Planning the Light

Abicor-Binzel Robotic Welding Arm I love large photographic projects. The challenge, the creativity required, the potential for strong imagery – all these excite in me the drive that photography first instilled so many years ago. My original mentor, Brent White, explained that he believed there were two main branches on the tree of photography;  one...

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