Photography Blog

Lansdowne VA Architectural Photography

21 Jun, 2016

I use to hate it when people walk through my architectural shots but I’ve learned to shoot a few frames with people if the opportunity arises.  Sometimes the shots look better with people in them even if there is motion blur. This time the third person who walked through that looked great.  I was pleasantly …

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Stewart Image and Nations Photo Lab Honor Fallen Hero Charlie Keating IV

07 May, 2016

This week, a Navy SEAL was killed in Iraq, during an ISIS attack on a small Christian village near Mosul. A handful of American advisers were in the village at the time of the attack, and they were surrounded and cutoff by nearly 200 ISIS fighters. Charlie Keating IV led the SEAL Rapid Response counterattack …

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Trustworthy Pharmacist Headshot

19 Feb, 2015

What looks like a simple headshot was actually very tricky. The white coat and shinny badge gave me trouble at first but I’m trained for such lighting issues. Angle of incidence equals angle of reflection, the inverse square law,….etc. I like the portrait because of the nice contrast in lighting and the “trustworthy” look. It …

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Lansdowne VA Portrait Photography

08 Feb, 2015

We recently did four sessions of portraits in Lansdowne Va, within the Lansdowne Resort. We’ve done 23 of these portraits for SSP Ameraica at this point. It’s tough to get everyone together in a big company like this, so we have to reproduce the look time after time. We do like to have some variation …

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The Haiti Project

16 May, 2014

Recently, we volunteered our services to a non-profit organization bringing education opportunities to underprivileged children in Haiti.  La Vallee Alliance is restoring libraries, schools and services for children that were damaged in the earthquake. A client ask us to help his daughter with visuals for a fundraiser and we jumped at the opportunity to use …

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