Just finished a new video on my original photography. Cancel the stock be original. When it comes to showing “your” message there is only one way to go – hire a professional photographer to represent your company, your people, your product.
Flashes back to the days of film… cut my teeth on factory photography in the eighties. Oil on the floor and in the air. Companies would bring professional photographers in to shoot their dark and dirty processes and people. You have to know what your doing ….. it’s all about the lights.
Just uploaded some new and old products we’ve shot on location and in the studio. Products are especially great to photograph in the nice warm studio. Particularly this winter.
We were commissioned to shoot some controversal photography for a current magazine in the Cleveland – Akron area last month. The article was just published and here are a few samples of my work.
We had a lot of fun and got some great shots of some exciting people at a recent United Way campaign shoot. We set up a studio on location and just kept the people coming thru.
Just finishing up some interesting and nicely lite manufactured tool photography. We’ve been shooting in the studio for awhile. Mostly documentation product photography for the catalogue. Then we got a chance to shoot at the plant just outside of Cleveland.
We then shot quite a few close ups of product applications. Which will be cleaned up and adjusted to bring out the motion of the product with Photoshop.
I then finished shooting some beauty shots in the studio which turned out to be a big hit.
We were given the opportunity to photograph an honored employee of one of Cleveland’s many major corporations. He turned out to be quite photographic and a willing subject.
We had some tight spots but I believe the work speaks for itself.
Back in the studio. This time shooting test equipment of the automotive industry. Another cool product produced in Cleveland. It never seizes to amaze me the number of different products and services that are based in our home town.
It wasn’t easy taming these cords but with some magic wax and some fishing line we ended up with some pretty cool shots.