• March 27, 2014

    On Standby....

    Photo of Communicare Woodland

    See the rest of the images from this project here: http://bit.ly/1iEuXD0

    I just finished this project for Unger Construction and HY Architects. I will always remember this assignment because the whole time I was working on it I kept obsessively checking my phone like a Millennial. My wife was due with our first child and I was 45 mins. away from our house. It was kind of nerve racking because the shot seen here took 2 hours to setup. IF the call came it would take at best 30 mins. to clean up all the lights and cords. Plus we had awesome natural lighting for the evening can't think of doing a reshoot!. As it turns out our baby was late by 7 days so I got the shots! Thank you to Trish at Unger Construction for taking a chance with this new father and hiring me to shoot this great project!

  • March 18, 2014

    Rare Day on the Bay

    Picture of 38 Keyes Ave. SF, CA

    A rare day in the bay, when not a cloud is around!

    I’m getting back into the swing of things after a month of being a new father. Last week I had an opportunity to shoot for a new client at the Presidio in San Francisco (SF). The day was 72 degrees light wind and no clouds. A perfect 10 for SF standards. So at dusk when I was shooting the exterior of the building and there was not a cloud in the sky, I asked the client if she would want clouds added to the sky for effect. She didn’t have to think too long before she said “no way!” The reason is that a cloudless day in SF is rare and therefore ‘dramatic” in itself. I guess I’ve been shooting in the Sac Valley too long. A blue cloudless sky here is pretty much everyday, a given. It’s funny how clients tastes change within just a 75 miles.

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