Here is a series of some great time lapse photography from the International Space Station.
>A little while ago, I had the opportunity to work with the wonderful staff of Hair Tech Coiffure in Orleans. We put together this photo shoot with 4 models, and several Hair and Make-up artists. The results of the talented staff and models were nothing short of amazing! Here are some images from the shoot.
I know I’ve been absent from doing my regular postings, but I’ve been extremely busy shooting and developing new courses for Algonquin College and SPAO. I’m hoping to do some posts in the next few weeks (if things slow down a bit).
Here is a little video, although it’s it’s not directly related to photography, it’s still interesting.
>Here we are at the end of March. What a month! I thought February was good and that it couldn’t get any better. Well, March came around and it was equally as good if not better.
There were 6 great shoots this month (3 of them have already been talked about in the previous posting).
The most recent models for this project were Mimi, Sitia, and Karen. All of these ladies did a fantstic job and amazed me with their abilites.
Thank you to Mimi, Sitia, and Karen for a job well done. Thanks again to all the models that have participated in this great project so far.
Here are a few samples from the shoots.
>I thought February was busy and went by fast. Well, March isn’t slowing down either.
As I sit here updating the blog, I realize that today is the 21st of March. Where has this month gone? I feel like just yesterday I was doing my first shoot of the month, yet when I go back to edit images for the blog, I noticed that I’ve had 6 amazing shoots. I’ve managed to process 3 of the 6 shoots for the CBCF project and here is a sampling from the shoots.
Another big thank you to all the models that I’ve shot this month. The images below are from the shoots with Jennifer, Jenna, and Marie.
Hope you all enjoy the samples.
Sorry again for the long delay in between postings.
December and January was a very difficult and trying time for me, and as a result there was very little shooting during these 2 months, and therefore nothing to post.
Now February was a completely different story! It actually all started at the end of January with a shoot with a wonderful model, Jessica. After Jessica, February snowballed into a busy month with multiple shoots for the CBCF project. Angie, Elizabeth, Katie, and Tammy all had great shoots and executed some fantastic poses.
During the entire time of this project, I have not had such a positive response from would be participants like I did in February. I wish I could share more images with you from all the fantastic shoots.
So, I would like to give a very special thank you to these wonderful ladies for participating in this project, executing near flawless poses, and helping me find more participants.
Thank you Jessica, Angie, Elizabeth, Katie, and Tammy!
Here are some images from the shoots, enjoy!
PS. March is looking to be as busy or busier than February, so check back in early April for an update!
>I think by now we’ve all seen the stop motion video created by shooting multiple still cameras at the same time. Some of you might know it as “Bullet Time” from the movie The Matrix.
In these 2 videos you’ll see the behind the scene footage of shooting the commercial for Mirage and the actual commercial.
>I saw this ad and the behind the scenes footage and thought I would share this with all of you. I love the creativeness of the individuals that came up with photographing somethings so simple, yet makes it look so interesting.