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Rocket Rider

I wrote about some of the motorcycles I have been photographing in the studio a couple of weeks ago.  This week it was bikes and a rider.  Kane Friesen, who comes off a great guy and reasonably sane dude. He trick rides motorcycles at show and demonstrations.  Years past I did ride motorcycles, even the […]


In an earlier post I mentioned one of the great things about being a commercial photographer you are exposed to so many different people, products and industries. This week I was photographing executives versus motorcycles in the studio last week.  The executives work in the insurance industry dealing mostly with business insurance products. When I […]

Two Wheel Rockets

One of the great things about being a photographer is that you get exposed to so many different things.  Professions, services and products.  We just shot some motorcycles in studio this past week and these things are amazing compared to bikes just a few years ago. They are technologically advanced squeezing every ounce of horsepower […]

E-Marketing Campaign

First, this entry is not specific to photography, but related. I just started working on a new email campaign and while doing some research, I checked one of my own links and there was a great article regarding the very same, email campaigns. Seth Grodin’s Blog I have used list services in the past for […]

New York Point and Shoot at Dusk

I did this shot while in New York with a Point and Shoot camera.  I met a guy once who asked what was the best P and S camera to buy.  I did not understand since at the time I didn’t own a point and shoot. When I asked him what he ment, he said […]

Vintage Shave

Here is an image I shot testing with some old items I have accumulated over the years.  I will add images as I shoot’em of test images. This shot to me represents the beginning of a refreshing and beautiful day.  The diffused directional light and the light overall look of the shot pulls it together. […]