New Perspective for a New Year
There are two way to do things when it comes to capturing that moment for the client - the right way, or over. Give me your vision, and I will help you realize it. I am not a portrait photographer, though have done thousands. Nor am I a wedding photographer, but have tripped the shutter on a few of those also. I am a conceptual photographer. Ambiance, atmospherics, light, scenery, composition are all key players in making that vision happen.
Your Vision - Realized.
Thanks to the fine crew over at Plotagraph, we have been granted access to test their awesome product out. If you ever thought that your static images were missing something, like maybe a hint of motion, this is the software to check-out. Check out some selected images created using the software here.
Welcome to Fabulous
Las Vegas, Nevada
Are you getting what you want with your outsourced projects? Fancy cameras, 360 video devices and high-end drones are of little benefit when the finished product is not in line with your vision. The tools are only as good as the hands they are in.
Does your photographer keep you in the loop? Are projects completed in a timely manner? Do you like the quality of the work you receive as a finished product?. A no answer to any of these questions is a RED FLAG.
Bottom line - When you have tried the rest, time to go with the best. What makes me the best? My clients of course. We get better at our craft by being challenged, and my clients are consistently looking to go above and beyond the limits. The tactile world has gone digital. We no longer have the added sensations that came with the physical handling of images from the past. So now it is up to me, and others worthy of the challenge to transform the viewing process from left swipe/right swipe, to something that makes you take pause, for just a second. For in that second, you and I are connected.
I did not vote for this winter and do not accept it
Nearly two decades ago came to the desert Southwest for nothing other than sun. Twenty years in Seattle, with stints on the North Slope building ice roads to move the drill rigs in winter; the far western end of the Aleutian Island chain (about 250 miles from Kamchatka, Russia) building military housing where the sun shines so infrequently, they give everyone the day off when it happens (Sunshine Liberty); and even the monsoons in SE Asia where it starts raining about the middle of June and does not stop for 3 months. And now a grey, wet winter in Las Vegas. This is VEGAS, is supposed to be sunny. So in protest of winter, a few images that wisk us out of the weather doldrums to a time of sun and flowers, birds and bees.
Join me in the new world of recreational UAV flying. Don't forget to stop by The Hangar to check out the new content.