After a session shooting mainly outdoors I shot a few images of Sean wearing a virtual reality headset. Quick, using natural light. And voila! was able to turn the original into something bold and exciting!
Had a wonderful time with talented local artist Ruth Frost this afternoon. Her grace and style shine through from the inside.
Found out yesterday that my image of Kristina and the empty nest will be used in some of iStockphoto's marketing. It will be appearing in at least two books: 100 Things by Susan Weinshenck and another thus far untitled photoshop how-to being published in April.
There seem to be at least two distinct—though not mutually exclusive—sects in the church of stock photography: Creationists – those who create images specifically for stock libraries, and also what I’ll call Evolutionists – the folks who are happy to wait for an image to come into existence naturally, then capture it. Two of my
I can't draw for sh*t, um, I mean beans. It's not impossible to think I would have never become a photographer if I had had the ability to draw or paint. I mean who wouldn't like to have the talents of Nancy Howe and be able to portray glimpses of life with hand-mixed pigments and
The truth is occasionally I have an idea for a stock image that turns out to be, ready for this, stupid. Hey, it happens. I usually get past it. But this post isn't about one of those times. This is about the times I have an idea that's actually not half bad but somehow the
I was so fortunate to have been selected to travel to Tokyo, Japan to join more than 50 other iStockphoto and Getty photographers from all parts of the globe for what you might call a nine-day photo orgy, also known as an iStockalypse. During these arranged gatherings of photographers and models the mission is to
Talk about feeling honored. Home Alone, was selected by a panel of accomplished photographers and creatives as one of ten finalists from thousands of nominations in this year's iStockphoto's Stocky Awards, in the Best Narrative category. I remember taking this shot from our Montreal hotel room over Thanksgiving Holiday a couple years ago. This guy