Posts tagged: photography
A couple of weeks ago (July 26 to be exact), I had the chance to photograph the Project: EATS! food festival held at City Hall plaza in downtown Jersey City for the Village Voice. Since the post’s focus was on food porn, I was left with some fun portraits of people enjoying their summer treats.
So here are some of the fun foodies I spottedx at the event.
Eighty Magazine Co-founder and Miss Downtown Natch, Marinell, is enjoying the fried pig ears from Livestock.
Meanwhile writer and resident film campaign guy at Indiegogo John seems to really like the peaches from Razza.
Mayor Steven Fulop seems to be enjoying his snack from NUMS.
Nothing like an ice pop from Cholita Dessert Bar to cool off in the summer. He seems to agree.
Didn’t anyone teach them not to play with their food?
Obligatory pre-cooked food shot.
Till next time!
I took a lighting seminar a few years back, and my teacher pointed out that I just naturally shoot at F 5.6. I never thought about it before until I went back to Adobe Bridge. Anywho, here’s a quick (and fun) little shoot I did with my friend, Alex.
If you’ve seen my past party pictures, it’s obvious who I was channeling.
The Summer Olympics in London are fast approaching, and Vogue did a cool spread on a lot of the hopefuls. (Kind of glad Michael Phelps wasn’t part of the group. He’s good, but he’ll be everywhere once again.) Serena, Hope and Dwayne have become household names, but Ashton Eaton, Ryan Lochte and those adorable Bryan Brothers have yet to gain the same recognition. Anywho, here’s a look at what went behind the shoot with one of my photography heroes, Annie Leibovitz.
Who said the work week starts on Monday? #freelancelife (Taken with Instagram at Starbucks)
Last time I took his photograph, he could bare sit up, let alone stand. Love his Davy Crocket hat. It seems I take his picture at different stages of him growing up. I hope that will continue. Taken 7 January 2012.
(Photo: Jerod Harris/WireImage)
While photo 8 in The Guardian's 'The week in music - in pictures' is pretty amazing, this one above (17) is just too adorable to pass up.
On a related note, how do you get a photo in this series without having to work for a photo stock company?
Which looks better?