One of my clients is the children’s museum, which is perfect for my family. They can actually tag along on some of my shoots and enjoy the activities at the museum while I work. The other benefit is they sometimes get to be stars! That’s my middle boy blowing the big bubble at the top of the new brochure. Isn’t he cute?!?
I’ve been working on a personal project that documents the boys when they are asleep and first waking up, then combines that moment with a portrait of them wide awake during the day. The idea is to show the differences and similarities of our time asleep and awake, and how we relate and react to the outside word in each.
Through the use of a diptych
, the two worlds can be directly compared and contrasted. It’s a neat idea and I’m already learning more about my boys than I did before. I’m not sure if I’ll carry this project past my own family, but it would be interesting to see what kind of stories a full book of children could tell… maybe even carry the idea over to adults, too?!?
Yes, my blog post title is a bit inflammatory. I don’t have all the details, and Gap may not be responsible. The designer that stole the photograph may have hid this little fact from the people at Gap. However, it’s still an interesting read for every photographer with photos displayed on Flickr.
I was at an event tonight and I saw some Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders waiting against a wall. I liked how all the boots were lined up in a row.
99.9995% of viewers would’ve never known who took these photos, unless I legally changed my name to Mr. File Photo. As part of my contract with certain publications, they are required to credit me on new images, but they are allowed to run old photos with a “file photo” credit. That means all my pics that were reused for the latest Super Bowl edition of the Guide get labeled with the generic photo credit.
That’s my Snoop Dogg shot, as well as my Sean Diddy Combs image.
The Pitbull photo? Yup, that’s mine.
Who shot Manhattan Lounge and Ghostbar? You guessed it.
I have photographed The Flaming Lips several times over the years. This photo of mine was taken at the NX35 Festival in Denton, TX, last year. I’m supposed to be shooting Wayne Coyne and company in concert tomorrow night. I think it will be my seventh or eighth time…
A friend of mine talks about a recent Super Bowl-related photo feature he did…