Driving down to the edge of Central/South jersey, I had the chance to shoot with my best friend, Marie, along the empty Jersey Shore for her fashion blog, “Petite, Fabulous, and Broke“. It was cold and windy, but Marie was awesome to work with. Special thanks to Janjan for helping us out with this shoot.
I think the fun part about photography is the times when you’re just taking snapshots of what’s around you. It’s kind of good practice if you think about it. Your biggest goal the entire time is not to disturb the environment around you, but merely document it. It’s essentially the role you have as an […]
Long story short, my good ‘ol trusty 30D finally passed away. A spiteful bank account later, I ended up replacing the body which was actually long overdue. What an appropriate place but in a garden along with trusty mentor and friend, John Richard Pena. Basically I’m relearning how to shoot again with this new body, […]
Now that I have finally finished four long years of undergrad, I’ve had the opportunity to travel with the family from Barcelona, to Florence, Rome, Naples, and Palma Majorca. Being in a world outside of the United States is eyeopening and quite surreal. What I sought to capture was something pretty. But what I came […]
Diving into the world of headshot photography is a difficult with only a one light set-up. But it’s part of the fun that truly makes the shot. The entire process from taking the shot to touching it up makes the final shot that much more gratifying. Diving into the world of headshot photography is a […]
I had the pleasure of being a secondary photographer alongside John Richard Pena and Bryan Angeles about a week for the Ballroom Dancesport competition hosted by Rutgers at the College Avenue Gym. Unlike other dance events I have covered, this was the first time I shot subjects that were constantly moving around the floor. “But […]
Not to much to say here. Just two great people to work with and it has always been a pleasure working alongside these two. Mr. Bryan Angeles & Mr. John Richard Pena. Okay…I lied. Some food for thought: They say a man is known by the company he keeps, but they never say a man […]
I got to shoot a little bit on Saturday with a couple of friends. Not too many shots, but still just as interesting shooting around the East Side. I was able to take some shots from a different perspective. Sometimes you can’t get the shot from an eye-level perspective. In situations like that, you just […]
Yesterday I went down to McMahon 205/206 to watch the Tae Kwon Do Exhibition. It was actually an interesting event to shoot since the subjects were constantly moving, but not necessarily in the same sense of say a dance competition. In this case it was interesting freezing all the motion to come out with what […]
Photography, the best way to improve is to just get out and shoot. So along with Yelena, I headed off to the Meatpacking District. Though i didn’t get many cobblestone shots, it was still an interesting area to work with, especially with all the creative doors on all the restaurants/lounges.