Well as we all know, not everything fits a portfolio for an advertising photographer. In the aim to deliver a style, some images may veer slightly off target, but still maintain artistic quality. So with that I bring you some photographs that didn’t make the site.
Another week, another post about a photoshoot of the little ones we know as “children”. The location for the photoshoot was none other than the Grand Canyon, a great big hole in the Earth that in all honesty, I had never seen in person before this photoshoot. The campaign was a quick turnaround trip that found us driving up to the Grand Canyon and shooting at sunset, then waking up, shooting and returning to Phoenix to shoot the next day. My assistant Wes and I decided to ride from Phoenix to the Grand Canyon in the RV that we staged out of on set. We kicked back at the dining table in the RV and talked photography, life, and light. We setup and tested gear and prepped for how we could shoot fast but hold quality as a priority. We also cut down the locations for the first day to two judging by the light we saw driving in the the national park. When we parked and walked out of the RV, we were completely dialed in on the camera and lights, truly efficient. On the topic of lights, we knew that portability would be the deciding factor and went […]
Yes, to all those that caught the reference, I did intend to title a post after a Nick Drake track. As for the relevance, well I just wanted to put up another random pic…. While photographing a portrait this weekend (on Saturday, how appropriate), we looked off the roof of the building to see the sunset. It is monsoon season in Arizona, and every so often you get one of these where the storms compete with the sun’s final moments of the day…. Enjoy