Just a quick note to let everyone know that I made it to Arizona Highways Blog, not just one photo but two of them! http://arizonahighways.wordpress.com/2012/01/20/friday-fotos-landscaping-job/
by Vania Elise. CBP Intern Program. I am hoping to make some of these as prints and sell them and/or try to get a gallery show of some sort. I would love a critique and any advise you may have for printing and selling photos or how to do a gallery showing. Thanks for your [...]
Kudos to CBP intern, Susan Luther! Her images of the Occupy NY taken on Oct 31 in Zuccotti Park were just picked up by CNN Full gallery below…
By Matthew Strauss / CBP 2o11 Intern Program I saw a few posts in the last few months showing fire images, so I thought I’d write a little post on Fire Photography. I’m the Arizona Director of the International Fire Photographers Association and aside from training photographers in fireground operations, helicopter operations, etc., I coordinate [...]
by Vania Elise. Assignment #7. Finally, I have had a chance to post these. I enjoyed this assignment, although it made me realize how important it is to have a team. This shoot was a bit overwhelming for me considering the fact that I had 3 models, in which I did make-up to, styled, and [...]
Assignment #6 – Intro to Light Modifiers By Vania Elise . Assignment 6 was really foreign to me because I have never worked with any kind of lighting modifiers or in a professional photography studio before, so it was great experience for me! Luckily, I had an amazing team of people around that knew what [...]
I ran into this guy in Flagstaff and asked him if I could take his portrait. All ambient light. What do you think? I would love to do this again- I wasn’t really prepared but couldn’t miss out on the opportunity. Note from CB: If anyone as any thoughts or ideas of what to do [...]
This parkour photography is by Kat Loveland. Interesting and counter-intuitive angles against floating subjects really do a effective job of drawing the viewer in for closer scrutiny. Each frame seems to ask “whats going on here?”. I like these shots, they are complex and definitely a slow read…but in a good way….I can’t help but [...]
Assignment #6 by Susan Luther, Vania Elise & Matthew Strauss. I really enjoyed this intern program assignment. It MADE me dive right into lighting! Scary to say the least….I had a great team which consisted of Matthew and Vania. Matthew had the strip box and a couple of Norman 400b’s and lots of experience. I [...]
The July 2011 issue of Shutterbug Magazine has a great article and link for copyright/privacy rights issues. This is a great article. It also has a sample release at the bottom of the first page of the article. Shutterbug interviews three attorney’s to get a better understanding of these important issues. . Also Shutterbug on-line [...]
by Terri Attridge . I shot these engagement photos last night up here at the Grand Canyon, AZ. I used the sun as my hair light/rim light and a 3×4′ soft box with an alien bee b800. My boyfriend was my assistant and i directed him to move closer or further away from my subject [...]
By: Princeton Clark These are just a few shots I have edited from the Sweet “Gluttony” shoot I did. Im doing a series on the 7 Deadly sins, but with a twist. My goal in this shoot is to come from a more fun and playful side of Gluttony rather than the nasty and repulsive [...]
By 2011 Intern Jennifer “Blu” Perry These photos were NOT shot by me, I only did the retouching. This initial set is for comparison between the two. I will post the not-so-photo shopped image first. Note from Chris: I have commented on this retouching.
by Jillian Murphy. So this assignment gave me an eye-opening lesson on lighting and working with models. I worked with Veronica and Tiffani in the downtown Phoenix studio. We ended up running a little late and only had about 45 minutes to shoot after finally getting everything set up. Note From Chris: I have [...]
By Alex Fejes . I teamed up with Tiffani for our shoot. We tried three different modulators, each at four feet and ten feet: soft box, umbrella, and a brolly. . . . . Note from Chris: I have left comments about this shoot. Photographer subject relationship is key.