Posts tagged “architecture

Corridor Panorama

Don’t let looks fool you, that is not a door.


Another Magazine Cover


Another Cover Shot


Angles and Curves


My Latest Magazine Cover


Latest Magazine Cover

This image was taken with my remote-operated, elevated pole camera system.


Empty Spaces


Monochrome Mood

I think that because all of the commercial work that I do is in color my personal work has leaning heavily toward the black and white side of the artistic spectrum. Almost all of the film I’ve been running through the antique cameras lately has been black and white. That means that here in my journal where I primarily display personal work there will be plenty more monochrome images to come.


Walk This Way

Effective today I am disabling comments on posts here. Spam comments have now reached 600+ daily and it’s a big waste of my time sifting through and deleting them.


Old is New Again

I put my ancient Polaroid SX-70 back into service this week with a pack of black and white film. I have been feeling the urge to get creative with some of my old gear and this is where I started. The shutter on the camera lags right now from lack of use and tends to overexpose the images. Additionally the internal mirror has years of dust accumulated on it and I deliberately did not clean it. The combination of the dirty mirror and the inaccurate shutter makes for some very unique images. They come straight out of the camera with a beautiful vintage look that otherwise would take a lot of work to create using a digital camera and software. Here are the very first usable images that I’ve produced with it since pulling it off the shelf along with a look at the camera, a work of art in its own right.


My Newest Magazine Cover


Cinderella has Left the Building

This is the ballroom inside of a home I photographed this week.


Old School Man-Cave


A Peek Inside

A look at the interior of the home I posted a twilight photo of here yesterday.


A Quiet Evening at Home


Another Inviting Swimming Pool

This home was one of my assignments to shoot this week. I always try to find interesting angles to shoot with swimming pools and this home provided me with nice perspectives.


My Latest Cover Shot


Mostly Black and White

This is an interior view of a home I photographed recently and it gave me a sort of  flashback when I first walked in and took a look around. I had the distinct sensation that it looked like it could have been a set from the 80′s television show Miami Vice. If you are interested in seeing a few more images of the interior they are in this gallery of recent real estate photography: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/b1qkw7d9hdt69dp/qOwROvlU4R?m


Contemporary Style

One of my favorite exterior shots from an assignment I had last week.


Bedroom: Sweet

This wood in this bed and all the rest of the wood in the room was milled from a single cherry tree.


Did I Mention That the Rooms Were Ornate?


All That’s Missing are Some Bowls of Corn Flakes

This weekend I started a project photographing the mansion that was once the winter home of cereal magnate W. K. Kellog. The rooms inside are highly ornate, very beautiful, and a challenge to photograph. I will post a few more of what I have done so far over the next few days.


My Latest Magazine Cover

The back cover is all me as well:


While We’re Here, Let’s Take a Dip in the Pool

The water in the swimming pool at the home I photographed the other day looked the coolest and most inviting of just about any I’ve seen. As I sit behind my computer processing the images from the assignment I keep daydreaming about how refreshing it would be to jump in for a swim.