Ajo, Arizona is a tiny town near the Mexican border. They have a small cafe, a mid-sized motel, a large Spanish Colonial plaza, a huge copper mine and a massive solar installation. July in the Sonoran Desert is hot (almost as hot as Washington DC), but at sunrise the temperature, the light and the scenery … [Read more…]
We’ve been receiving a lot of tearsheets in the mail recently. It’s always interesting to see how designers work with what you give them, especially when the end result is kind to the image. We posted our favorite photo from this shoot earlier, and here’s how the magazine hit the shelves.
P2 was recently in Virginia shooting for a company that specializes in high purity chemical cleaning. The facility and everything in it was spotless. It is a challenge to shoot shiny objects like this one because they reflect everything around them, so having an empty white “pre-clean room” to work in was a great help. … [Read more…]
A cover from a recent gig in Sin City. There is another part of Las Vegas, suburbs in a beautiful desert setting, that one normally doesn’t see. Up next, Jon heads to the green fields of Kentucky to shoot photos (and Bourbon) for another story by the same magazine.
Recent editorial shoot for one of our favorite magazine clients. They always let us do whatever we want.
Who knew having your photo taken could be so exciting?
One 5 acre complex of abandoned apartment buildings + fire departments from all around San Diego = one hell of a way to start 2012. P2 is currently involved in a multiple day aerial and ground shoot documenting ‘practice burns’. It’s smoky, wet, hot, doesn’t smell too good, and hey…it’s way cool.
Mammoth, CA. Great place to install some solar. Even greater place to shoot some solar. Sometimes waiting around for the right light is a joy. That, and the water in Mammoth is hands down the best tasting municipal water anywhere.
And so the tale continues…P2 has now left the deserts of Dallas for the Sierras of Mammoth, CA. We are back on the job, shooting solar. The fossilized Monte Cristo sandwich has been left behind in Lodi (although Jon continues to consume a large amount of Gruyere). The earth movers and hard hats have all … [Read more…]