Wednesday, March 15, 2017
The other week I loaded up my gear and headed to DC Workspaces for a location headshot shoot for Agile Group. This shoot was a fun challenge because the client wanted a blurry office background rather than the grey or white I typically employ.
This look can be hard to pull of at times, but
Monday, March 06, 2017
Actors are a lot of fun to photograph. But they are not, as you might imagine, completely comfortable in front of the camera all the time. Even great, experienced actors get butterflies or feel self-conscious at times. At least that's what Meryl told me when we were having drinks the other
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Robert approached me recently asking for a series of portraits for a health and fitness business he is starting. I was excited to work on the project with him, and spent the week before the shoot brainstorming different ways to photograph him.
A primary goal in this shoot was to highlight
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Unless you are Meryl Streep or Anthony Hopkins, when someone points a large digital camera at your face, you're likely to feel a little self-conscious. Even if your force a big smile on your face, I can see the fear in your eyes. "Do my teeth look yellow? Can he see that blemish on my
Wednesday, January 11, 2017
An on-camera flash is the tool many photographers own but few know how to use. Every day I see this amazing piece of equipment go to waste, slamming harsh light into a subject when it could be caressing it with soft, directional illumination. The flash is a sculptor’s chisel, not a