Monthly Archives: November 2008

A New World

I featured Emily and Jeffrey here not long ago when they got engaged, showing off the “bokeh panorama” technique I invented, so what better than to do it again when they were married? To turn the Christmas lights behind them into a fiery glow, this image is actually the product of 17 images taken with […]

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Storm's a-comin'

Another from my shoot with Dr. Jim Fisher, author of the forthcoming “On the Irish Waterfront.” Shooting notes: This shot uses the wonder of Auto-FP mode on the SB-900, which uses rapidfire pulses instead of a single flash to allow syncing at any shutter speed, even, as I used here, 1/8000th of a second (to […]

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Eva and Cris: 10.4.08

Who knew that a couple who works in international policy could be so darned hot? I knew this would be a great wedding after Eva, Cris and I had a fun, very New York engagement shoot, and the wedding day itself was also as Manhattan as it can be: the ceremony and reception were at […]

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Quick housekeeping

I’ve noticed a bunch of people leaving comments on my wordpress blog, and I really appreciate it … except it’s not a “real” blog. It only exists to funnel personal posts into my Amazon blog without broadcasting it to Amazon’s main page (anything I post directly to Amazon gets posted to the main blog). To […]

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A Typical Day in my Life

The title is a ruse: I rarely have anything like a “typical” day. I know there’s a lot of interest among photography enthusiasts about “what would it be like to do what I love for a living?” Here’s just a snapshot of what my life is like: 8:00: Wake-up, check through e-mail, answering replies and […]

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Shante and Akili: 10/3/08

Mea culpa. I’ve been racing so fast to get photos and products to my wonderful clients that I haven’t had the time to properly tell their stories here. I have a lot to say, though, so I’m going to try an interesting challenge: I will post something to this blog here every day for the […]

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As the world fades away

Here I am, pushing the envelope with my “bokeh panorama” technique. Stitched24 shots with the Nikon D700 and 85mm f/1.4 … taken in New York City traffic! BACK TO TOP | CONTACT ME

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