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On a gorgeous fall morning we were on location photographing for a local PA solar company.
I have never photographed solar panels before. You don’t realize how huge these things are until you’re right up close to one.
For this portrait we left the battery packs in the car and used the sun as a back light. We then front filled Dave with a silver reflector. We shot low and wide skimming one of the panels for a little bit of drama.
We were fortunate to be sent on assignment for one of our oldest clients. We love that we have been able to keep a relationship with this company for over a decade. We happened to be traveling through Pennsylvania and Maryland on our way to Virginia for another assignment. Since we were passing through their footprint, we were able to stop at two of their shop locations to capture some environmental portraits of a few of their long term employees. These guys were all great to work with and we had a lot of laughs while capturing the images. Great employees for sure! The company is lucky to have them.
We were busy during January and February with editorial assignments for two different law publications. We got to work with some really nice people, and are honored that these publications selected our services for the fourth straight year. Many thanks to Victor Pribanic for bearing with us in freezing temps outdoors for his cover shoot.
My nephew’s latest band, Shoot the Messenger, asked for help with a promo shot. Their idea to get in the pond was a good one. Besides creating this image, we had fun waiting for someone to fall in. Nobody did, although I think someone almost got swallowed up by the mud and murk. We did learn that if you are going to put a group of teenagers into a pond that someone should advise them to bring a change of clothes.
Another great editorial shoot with Sean Parnell author of Outlaw Platoon published by Harper Collins. We photographed Sean’s author bio for the book jacket last year. We were excited to hear from Sean again to produce photos for his upcoming website.
After reading the book, it is easy to see why Outlaw Platoon spent seven weeks on the New York Times Best Sellers List. As always, Sean was great to work with and we wish him continued success with Outlaw Platoon, his website and future projects.