I’ve been busy the last few weekends offering my services to friends and client with my event photography. Family outing, celebrations, weddings are always fun…. especially if you have a camera floating around or actually hire a professional photographer.
I had the opportunity to shoot with a local production company recently.
They were shooting video B roll for a commercial. The idea was to use
available talent and show people enjoying the outdoor patio of a near by
restaurant. We had to start shooting after closing time so it was a late
night. Lot of fun and some great shots. If it looks like everyone was enjoying
themselves it’s because they were.
The shots that I did will be used for print or website collateral. Much higher resolution then anything you could pull from the video.
Just finishing shooting a in studio project for a couple of motivational speakers for
a book cover and for their promotional pieces. I’ve been shooting for this group for quite a few years and they are always pushing the envelope. Great ideas and they come up with more ever year. I’m anticipating the end results.
We did a shoot of women and cats for a pet supply company. The cats actually worked out very well. It’s always fun working
with animals. You never know what they’ll do. The models worked out well too but you’d expect that. The client was looking
for some original cat and women photography for their new product line. They had a difficult time finding stock photography
for their packaging shots. Lucky for us.
We had a couple of cats but Moose here seemed to be the best model.
We had the opportunity to do some fun character trade show photography for one of Cleveland’s local
headquarter companies. People and products photography wrapped all in one. We provided the props,
studio and talent.
These images will be blown up to several feet and used around the country to promote the client’s product.
I always enjoy finding real talent for my clients and we’re always interested in finding new fresh faces. So send
images my way.
We pulled this last one off by putting the camera in the oven. Digital is great.
It’s time to get some images out to keep everyone updated on all the different jobs we’ve been shooting. We had the opportunity to shoot some incredibly large steel producing equipment. It was hard to fathom the size of some of these
After that we were off to an adult care facility to work with some great senior citzens. Our subjects were full of personality and wit. Of course we draw quite a crowd to watch the photo shoot.
Somewhere along the way we photographed Dominque Moceanu Cleveland’s own famous local gymnast. Dominque and her
fiance made the shoot fun and upbeat.
We returned to the studio on the west bank of Cleveland’s “flats’ and shot some great models for a Bingo supply company.
The models were all charactor models and the expressions were priceless.
Throw in a couple of model portfolios shoots and it makes the photography business a passion of love.
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.