Category Archives for "Industrial Photography"

Call it Green or Recycling photography in Cleveland Ohio





It seems we’ve been working on quite a few different accounts working to clean up the environment. From high end sorters which pull cans out of the general trash to recycling and baling cardboard for publications. I’m just glad it was too cold to smell anything on these particular jobs. Good clean work at 15 degrees.
Summer time it wouldn’t be too much fun.
This last group of shots were done in Galion Ohio… yes we often travel to exotic
locations to shoot different projects. Akron, Columbus, Cinci, and out of state and on occasion out of the country.



Chicago Cleveland Finally Warmed Up


Since it’s been a month – I’m going to post this backwards. Just got back from another job in Chicago, and yes
it’s actually warmed up. Shot out to Chicago for a local company via United. I promised myself that I would drive but I found
myself in baggage hell again. The shoot went well and we made our connections with time to spare.
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Professional Shooting and Amateur Hunting


Starting out the week attending the Marie Piscopo workshop (www.mpiscopo.com) put on by Tri-C and www.asmp-onc our local ASMP professional photography group. Interesting and enlightening. Jumped in to shooting some senior portraits both
on location and in the studio. Always fun.



Studio shots are even more challenging in that I have to come up with interesting angles and niches to pull out the best photos.

I received a copy of the new menu Rick Shaffer (www.shafferdesign.com ) and I had worked on in New York city. The piece turned out fantastic.

Towards the middle of the week we did some good old fashion Industrial Photography with sparks and all. Cleveland is still
loaded with plenty of manufacturing businesses that need quality photography.

This time of year I’m off as often as possible to follow another shooting love. Bird hunting.



I went back to New York State for
some pheasant, grouse and duck hunting for a long four day hunt.
We were very successfull starting out with 75 degree days
and turning into some of the worst rain storms I’ve seen this early in the season.

The last day the winds changed around and we had our limit of ducks in record time. Great Hunt.

The whole time I was out playing I had Jim Baron and Amy Weiser covering the Battle of the Corporate Bands at a place
I’ve shot endless photos from days gone pass. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. They did an excellent job of covering
the event.