We had about 20 minutes to shoot this subject in 3 different locations. We booked a scout day to work it all out ahead of time and found some good locations, but the awesome shot was still hiding somewhere in the endless hallways of the main building. Then someone happened to exit through a set … [Read more…]
A few months ago we signed on to shoot an advertising campaign for NBC San Diego. The project consisted of multiple group portraits of the anchors and news teams for display on billboards, bus wraps, bus tails and giant posters hanging outside the downtown studio. We decided to shoot each subject individually and put them … [Read more…]
“I love days like this”. Here is an out-take from a most enjoyable shoot for one of our regular corporate clients. The client gives us a goodly amount of creative freedom so when it was mentioned that the subject was an avid cyclist we asked him show up to work in his gear. He made … [Read more…]
The darkness of winter has found P2…ummm…shooting on the beach in 60 degree weather. We recently photographed the fun and fashionable ladies at Empresa, a local design, marketing and public relations firm. Needless to say, it was a blast, despite the terrible chill. And…1 year and 12 states later, Jenna just completed her speaking tour … [Read more…]
Last week we spent a fun afternoon shooting some fantastically imaginative little boys. Between swordplay with sticks and pretending to be superheroes, we didn’t want to go home. Apparently neither did they. Don’t be surprised if you see these kids’ faces again…they’re working on an ad campaign with us in early 2013.
We’re back! The last month has found Jenna in New Orleans, New York City (twice), Portland, Boise, Seattle, Denver and Baltimore (among others) speaking for ASMP. She’s been back in between stops long enough to shoot a bunch of jobs and attend a portfolio review. Jon stayed home and kept things running smoothly at the … [Read more…]
The assignment: One photo illustrating the story of how a software program that evaluates resumes is liked by some people and disliked by others. The subjects: Mrs. X, who runs a company that uses the software and loves it. Mr. X, who has been looking for a job for several months and thinks the software … [Read more…]
The Gandantegchinien Khiid Monastery in Ulanbaataar was constructed in 1747. It is one of only a few monasteries in Mongolia to escape Stalin-ordered destruction during the Communist era. Today over 150 monks live there, and about 10 times as many pigeons (I’m not kidding). The Tibetan name for the monastery translates into “Great Place of … [Read more…]