I’ve been spending time with a CCAC photo class and exploring the city to go and take photos one evening a week. Been a great chance to see some cool new spots and run the tilt/shift lens a lot more. Here’s a couple of my favorites so far - shoot me a note if you’d be interested in a print or could use similar shots for your business!
One of the most popular reasons to use a tilt/shift lens is to change your perspective to match the lines of architecture. Here’s a few recent examples from around Pittsburgh - notice how all the lines that should be straight and parallel… are straight and parallel!
I had the honor of joining the Recon & Sniper Foundation at their annual retreat to the Rawah Guest Ranch in Colorado this summer to capture the trip in video. Here’s what we put together along with a few photos from the week.
Last year I spent a week at the OTOA (Ohio Tactical Officers Association) annual training conference in northern Ohio providing photo coverage of their speakers, vendor show, range day and training classes spread out over the whole top of the state. It was a very busy week, but I had a blast and ran into some old friends.
I’ll be returning next week and will have a booth at the vendor show (#95 in the main room). Below is a slideshow of my shots from last year that you’ll see scrolling through on the TVs and screens during the event.
While working as a Project Manager at Menard USA, I was often tapped to bring my cameras along and take photos of jobsites. I also put together a few videos to illustrate installation techniques and unique projects. Here’s a few of my favorites that also featured plenty of drone footage: