Posts by: jeremy
A friend dropped by work yesterday with his Nissan GT-R. Far from an ideal shooting situation (bad background, direct mid-day sun, bad reflections in the shiny parts…and I only had my 10-20mm lens) but I took a few pics anyway. We're gonna set up a more formal shoot at a better location sometime soon.
Here’s the problem: You’re going to shoot an event this weekend. For the sake of this hypothetical example, let’s say you are shooting a wedding for Susie and Jeff. While you are at the event, you would like to distribute business cards including the web address of the gallery where the pictures will be (after you process them and upload…read more →
Some of my favorite Christmas pics of Julia and Lincoln
fun place to shoot
A few pictures from our recent outing to the train yards in Hamburg, PA
I had a lot of fun last weekend taking senior pics with Allison. She’s a great kid and I had a nice afternoon working with her and her family. As you can see, her brother got involved in a few of the pictures.
Vincent Laforet (you may remember him from Reverie) sat down with the folks from Vimeo to explain the different aspects of lenses and why you’d want to choose one over another for specific situations. They did it in a very amusing way, but they cover some very serious territory. Worth a watch for any aspiring photographer. I especially liked the…read more →
Friday, July 8th, 2011. We rolled out of bed at 3am for the 1 hour drive to Kennedy Space Center. I stopped on the way in Titusville to take some nighttime shots of the shuttle lit up on the pad. I only had a few minutes and none of them came out well, whatcha gonna do. We moved on and…read more →