Jan 24, 2012
Another instalment of a residential architectural photography portfolio. This bathroom is about 6 feet wide. The Canon L series 17-40 mm wide angle lens on a full frame canon 5D Mark II provides good coverage of three walls. Lit by a Canon 580 EX-II flash on the camera, and a Canon 550 EX Speedlight with a shoot through umbrella on the floor to the left pf the camera.
Jan 21, 2012
Another part of a residential architectural photography portfolio. Shot with a Canon 5DII, 24-105, with an Elinchrome D-Lite with a shoot through umbrella under the camera and a tiny Opus flash in the sink at right. This bathroom is less than five feet wide, but still gets good coverage from this lens.
This photo was taken for a residential architectural photography portfolio with 2 Speedlights and then HDR processing to bring out the highlights. Shot with a Canon 5D II, 24-105 lens. Shot in the winter, the exterior trees seen through the windows were composited into the final image in Photoshop
Jan 17, 2012
Theresa Dietrich, owner of People Talking Market Research, wanted a video promo to introduce herself and her methodology to prospective customers and to rekindle relations with past clients.
I shot her on a green screen to allow a variety of backgrounds to be tested to see what works best. In the end she chose plain white, and the keyed out image of her speaking could easily be composited into the presentation exactly as desired.
The studio was lit entirely with cool lights - daylight balanced fluorescents to light up the background, and LED panels to light the speaker. Much better to work under than hot incandescents.
Labels: green screen
I had the opportunity to photograph a wonderful group of people at the Pegasus Community Project Holiday Lunch in Toronto. They wanted an event photo booth style shoot to let participants keep a memento of the event. I don't ask for testimonials but some people say the nicest things:
"The photos are wonderful. You have captured at least 6 of our participants in the best way I have ever seen and the others are just as brilliant. I am beyond pleased with this work."
Shot with a Canon 5DII, 24-105 lens, white backdrop, 2 Elinchrome D Lites with umbrellas and Skyport wireless trigger.
Labels: Toronto photography
Jan 15, 2012
Another Canon 17-40 workout of a newly renovated kitchen sun room in a 100 year old home. The window and door mouldings replicate the original gumwood trim in the rest of the home.
Shot with a Canon 5DII with Canon 17-40 lens at 17 mm. Lit by two Elinchrom D-Lites, one behind the camera, one at the right of the camera.