A couple years ago - yes YEARS! - I happened to be walking around Boston with my family enjoying a the fall weather when we came upon a movie being filmed.I snapped a few shots before getting pulled away by my family (there wasn't a lot of action going on at least in their opinion - I would have stayed for hours).I uploaded these shots in October of 2011!One of these became my all time bestseller as and editorial shot.Now with the movie, R.I.P.D. finally being released this summer I hope... continue reading
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If you happen by a protest or rally(and you have your camera) this is an excellent chance to shoot some editorial images.Some things to keep in mind: be inconspicuous, don't shout down the speaker, or wear a TShirt with the opposite slogan. continue reading
What an amazing 4th of July weekend.Friday was filled with my first horseback riding lesson, three rounds of Laser Tag, and a double feature at the Drive-in.While I refrained from bringing my camera to Friday's events, I could not resist bringing it to Saturday's fun.My girlfriend won tickets to the Boston Red Sox game at her company's picnic raffle and we ended up in field box seats, 11 rows from the playing field.Anyone that knows the Red Sox knows that these are extremely difficult... continue reading
Heartbreak hill is the famous lat hill between mile 20-21 on the boston marathon.It is famous because it occurs right where the athletes get tired.There are many great editorial photo opportunities because there is a lot of straining and exertion.Also, the athletes are running slower(uphill) so you have more opportunities.To get there via subway, take the Green Line (B branch) to the end of the Boston College line.Cross the street(sunlight will be coming from the left) and walk a mile... continue reading
This was shot at the Boston Marathon.I really liked the determination in her face.When I started shooting I had my camera set to Raw, but the buffering took too long so I switched back to jpg.I took some test shots and made sure that the exposure and white balance were correct.I set the focus to image tracking (AI on Canon) and then I kept firing away as the athletes passed by. continue reading
Richerd WhiteheadI was camped out near the top of heartbreak hill when another runner started to point and get the crowd cheering.Richerd Whitehead was running without legs and stopped for a moment looking like he was in agony.The crowd cheered louder and he ran on.Richerd Whitehead continue reading
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