I recently photographed a big DJ festival for the paper and wound up with way more fun photos than they’d ever have room to print, so I thought I’d share some of the extras with you!
If you like these concert photos, you should check out my other photography at www.janikphoto.com
From Canon, proving they’re customer service towards pro shooters is declining:
Effective October 1, 2011 CPS will no longer offer the 20% service discount currently being applied to CPS Silver Member repairs.
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Recently, I’ve received several shoots from industrial and manufacturing clients. I think this is a good sign for the economy, since they wouldn’t be spending money on photography, if they weren’t selling anything.
I’ve found that my job is at the front of the economic wave. As the economy constricts, companies cut back or cancel their photography and advertising budgets. As the economy starts to pick up, companies allocate money to freshen up their image database.
Here’s a sample of a recent photo shoot I did for an extrusion company. They make all sorts of metal items… stuff that needs aluminum heatsinks or other special shapes. It was pretty neat getting to document the assembly process.
I have been shooting a lot of performances lately, so I figured I’d offer up a baker’s dozen of recent concert shots. I still have a ton more shows, so I may continue this post with a second and third installment in the coming days…
I’ve seen several Lego-made DIY projects, including a camera or two. However, this neat little invention is the first large format Lego camera I’ve seen. Very nice, indeed! See more about it here:
The last issue of Quick has hit stands and faded away. A few weeks ago, someone high up on the food chain decided to end Quick’s run… stop it… end it… kill it… no more issues. ever. Yup, the cover photo above was my last cover shoot with the publication. It was a fitting farewell. I’ve had a lot of disgruntled readers complain to me about the decision, but there’s not much I can do. I’m sure they’ll eventually find something new to read.
I have since found a couple new projects to fill the void, including shooting some covers for the Friday Guide. I’ll share those as they hit the stands. I’ve also started shooting some models for a pretty major client. I’ll share more on that soon, but for now let me say that I think catalog work is a great new avenue that I should’ve been pursuing a long time ago.
Anyway… bye everyone at Quick. You were a blast to work with. I’ll miss you!