A few more photos from “One Voice”

As I mentioned in my earlier post, I realized after attending the “public” performance of One Voice opening night that there were a number of additional photos that I absolutely had to shoot from the audience POV. Ian, the director, kindly arranged to have the cast in make-up and costume EARLY prior to Saturday’s performance Read more about A few more photos from “One Voice”[…]

Small Strobes Big Results Workshop comes to Orange County

Hi Friends, I was privileged yesterday to host David Tejada’s Small Strobes Big ResultsTM Workshop at my church in Anaheim.  David is a commercial photographer from Denver, CO who specializes in location corporate portraiture.  He has fully embraced the minimalist lighting approach and developed this hands-on workshop to share his knowledge of how to achieve studio-quality Read more about Small Strobes Big Results Workshop comes to Orange County[…]

Masquer Ministries Presents-One Voice: A Drama for Easter

[clearspring_widget title=”Animoto.com” wid=”46928cc51133af17″ pid=”49de7fbebdf5762a” width=”432″ height=”240″ domain=”widgets.clearspring.com”] Hi Friends, I’ve been honored (and humbled) to be able to shoot the dress rehearsal of the last 4 or 5 productions of Masquer Ministries, a phenomenal drama troupe who make their home at our church in Anaheim.  Well, this week, I was able to get in the Read more about Masquer Ministries Presents-One Voice: A Drama for Easter[…]

Urban Portraits: Overpowering the Sun with Multiple Speedlights

I drive past this building every day and have often wondered how it might work as a background for portraiture. I had a vision of a really contrasty image with nice rimlighting, and had planned to use the setting sun to provide that rimlight from camera right (behind the subject), and to use an SB-800 Read more about Urban Portraits: Overpowering the Sun with Multiple Speedlights[…]