As a Navy Public Affairs Officer, every time I set up a Navy event for the Steelers, I was able to stay on the field to shoot pics for publication. Unfortunately, I didn’t have my combat camera issued gear, and I don’t shoot sports for a living. So my longest lens was a 180mm f/2.8 Nikon. That made those great shallow DOF shots from half … Continue reading Pittsburgh Steelers
When I am working in Studio or on location, some of the most fun photo shoots are the ones with kids. I struggle a bit with babies (they tend not to take direction well and parents always want to control the environment)– but kids are a hoot. While I am not shooting weddings anymore, I still look for any opportunity to do portraits and interesting … Continue reading What about the children?
The PIllow Project needed promo photos in 2009 and I helped them out. Continue reading The Pillow Project
A few years ago, I did a photo project for the D.C. Shoot off. Great fun. We had less than 24 hours to plan, design, shoot and edit a small portfolio for judging. I was able to get access to the Bikram Yoga in Pittsburgh, Pa. They only gave me 30 minutes. Continue reading Bikram Yoga
As i transition my galleries and photos from my old business website to this blog, I have to say that I have shot nearly 100 weddings over the years. I started with a small Pentax K100 with a Vivitar 283 flash and 10 rolls of film, and slowly built enough capital to have a full studio, business model, clients etc. etc. What I loved most … Continue reading Farewell to Weddings