This was one of the very first shots I did after art school. The set was turned on its side so she could hang from the door way.
I have been working on a pilot pitch reel for a company here in Los Angeles. It’s about a man who has a near death experience and ends up in a morgue. I used a Kessler crane with an ikan monitor to get some of the more dramatic shots of the piece.
I had a large roll of bubble wrap and felt compelled to use it.
I had that same red piano book when I took lessons. The fact that I did not enjoy piano should not come as a surprise..
This video is part three in a three part series about soft boxes. In this video we use soft boxes to light the Rocket Fizz Bottle.
I got kicked out of Six Flags Magic Mountain for taking a photo of the roller coaster with my 4X5 view camera. I was young and naive. Now I’m old and more sneaky.
I built this bathroom set at the studio and it was up for way to long. I did a lot of shots on it. Bathroom humor the lowest common denominator.
This Video is part two in a three part series about softboxes. It’s showing how to create a simple three light set up to shoot a model. Part two shows how to apply the science of part one to a real life situation.
I still wonder what possessed me to get 2 cows into the studio to do this shot.
Today we have a soft box lighting tutorial. There are many misconceptions about what Soft Boxes do and how to use them.