Clouds live outside.
Clouds don't belong in indoor pictures. This was taken on stage just before read more
George Floyd’s memorial service was held this morning as I write this. Another black life is over at the hands of murderous police. His right to life ripped away. No due process, no trial, no fairness. No equal justice under the law. We all know this is not an isolated incident.
Good organizations are fighting to end racism and bring about change in this country. They are moving mountains. We need to win this fight.
Inspired by The Rye Baker by Stanley Ginsberg, my interest grew in learning how to handle this grain. Rye is a temperamental mistress, she forces you to work at her pace. If you mix up the temperature or pH, then she will reward you with a brick instead of bread.
Once my wife got sick of all the rye bread I was baking, she asked for an oatmeal loaf. I made a few of those, and then started looking for an oatmeal rye combo. The internet provided nothing. So, I set to developing my own recipe.
To keep it simple, I had 3 goals:
Taking pictures outdoors means weather. Adventure photography usually means I'm outdoors for a long time, exposed to far rougher weather than some headshots in a park. My two main digital camera options these days are a Canon 5d, and a Sony A7. The biggest issue with my Sony a7 is the lack of weatherproofing. The Canon 5d, while very well weather sealed, is a heavy beast.
Style matters. Actors and lawyers both need headshots, but the images convey very different messages. That's why I always ask my clients how you're going to use these photos.
When you need new company headshots, or a team photo of everyone, consider these points to make sure the photos match your company's brand identity and story.
This year has seen a lot of changes in our family. While Cathy was working on Cora, I was renovating the 3rd floor of our house. We needed a nursery, and we were on a deadline.
Naturally, I had to shoot a baby-bump progression series. The soon-to-be nursery made a great backdrop.
Love it or hate it, Pokemon Go is everywhere. If you hate it, then you're probably not reading this. You also don't care how to take better pictures within the game. But, if you're like over 65 million other people, then you're trying to catch 'em all.