These particular building shots were done for a firm that built on a large expansion in the great Cleveland area.
We then had an opportunity to shoot some promotional portraits for a spokesman for a local advertising agency. This guy was some character.
Well it’s been a crazy last couple of months and of course I can’t believe that I haven’t posted since November.
Between the holidays, the photography and sports afield – is that enough excuses? We were actually out shooting
architecture in November and and December. That’s crazy…. but then we’ve had a crazy winter.
The photography business is a collaboration of a lot of different opportunities. Thru the last several months we
shot holiday parties and events, model portfolios, product photography, photographic illustrations, printed and web
work. It’s never the same and always is changing.
One of the things that sets us a part is that we act as virtual photographers for many clients. I’ve often had graphic and
creative designers direct me from the comfort of their offices while I shoot. We’ll shoot a product shot and then resize
and email or ftp the image for approval. Most agencies are so booked with work that they can’t afford to send a creative
off site. Thus the virtual photographer.
We had some fun with one agency in town. They came up with this idea for one of their client to do some photographic
illustrations of common automotive equipment. This group and is always pushing the envelope when it comes to
fun and unusual shots. Love to work for. They sell the idea I do the shots.
We also did some interesting food shots – splashing liquid photography. What a mess but the results were great.
Of course we did some bread and butter of this industry and shots many, many, headshot, fashion, and family photography for clients and friends.
We started out the week shooting for NAWBO. North American Women’s
Business Organization. One of the applicants found us doing a search
for executive headshots. Lori DeVone of DeVore Technologies will make
a great recipient.
We were also involved in the Go Red for Women. Through the American
Heart Association. Stata Productions had donated the photography
for their annual breakfast event and invitation through Rosenberg
Advertising. The turn out was great and the breakfast was healthy.
The rest of the week had us in the studio shooting fish and on the road shooting
new construction shots.
We finished up doing some executive location portraits for an annual report.