Friday, February 29, 2008
Thursday, February 28, 2008
Somewhere in middle America.
I'm excited to go scope out some locations tomorrow. I figure since I shoot at the beach all the time in California I need to find a corn field to shoot in here. How sweet would that be? The only bummer is its FREEZING here. Not the Orange County, "its-so-cold-I'm-gonna-wear-Uggs-with-my-shorts-instead-of-sandals" freezing. Its actually freezing, like 32 degrees, freezing. The good news is its supposed to get up to a balmy 50 degrees on Saturday.
Check back Sunday for some images from the wedding.
I realized that the only one not pictured from our trip in my last post was Sean Flannigan. So I dug up a picture of him taken by the one and only Nate Kaiser from The Image Is Found.
Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Mammoth Man Trip
I'm sure I'll be snagging images from everyone else's blogs in the coming week but here are a few to get us started. We all just gave every one the images we took of each other so these images were taken by me, Nate, Justin or Fred.
Someone commented and asked for a picture of the wall of snow next to our driveway... its huge.
Me and Justin
Matt, me and Justin
Justin, Nick, me, Fred, Kenny
A sweet pic of Nate through my goggles.
A couple of Justin.
Kyle killing it.
Tuesday, February 26, 2008
Monday, February 25, 2008
Edited to add: Wow! The last leg of the trip was insane. The mountains are covered in snow. Its a pretty amazing sight. So freaking amazing. They really did get 6 feet of snow, and it shows... the snow is seriously 15 feet high on either side of the driveway.
We spent the afternoon, killing it on the mountain. The snow was incredible but man, was it work. My legs were on FIRE at the end of every run. Tomorrow should be a little easier. We'll probably take a group picture at some time during the trip. I'll introduce the guys then. Its kind of funny how many MacBook Pros are laying around the cabin.
Sunday, February 24, 2008
Mammoth Man Trip '08
Saturday, February 23, 2008
Danielle and Paul
I don't know why I've never blogged this wedding. Probably the same reason I haven't blogged 30 weddings from last year. Anyway, Danielle and Paul had a great wedding with tons of awesome details and one of my favorite planners... Angel Swanson! Anyone who's worked with Angel has fallen in love with her. She's amazing. Here are a few favorites from the day!
I love this bridesmaids shot.
A sweet ring shot:
And here are a few I blogged a while back... I shot some high speed black and white film that night and these are my favorites from that roll. How amazing is black and white film?!
Friday, February 22, 2008
Another exciting thing is that we have several awesome companies coming on board to sponsor the workshop. This means not only are you getting a sweet workshop but there will also be some rad give-aways from these amazing companies and some exclusive discounts on products that make our lives easier and our businesses more successful and profitable. I can't give specifics just yet but you'll be hearing about these very soon!
I promise a "real" blog with pictures tomorrow.
Fred Egan: Portraits
Amy Coffey: Kids
Michael Norwood: Weddings
We're three photographers who love what we do and want to share it with others. Come hang out with us and learn how we work, how we shoot, how we interact with clients. Come be stretched technically and inspired creatively. Change the way you think and look at your photography and leave with the knowledge you need to continue growing and some killer images to add to your portfolio.
WHEN: April 20-23, 2008
We'll get together Sunday night to meet, eat and get to know each other. Monday morning everything begins with some classroom time covering marketing and the technical side of shooting. After lunch we'll head out for a live shoot and then to dinner. Tuesday we'll cover post-processing and the artistic side of shooting. After lunch we'll head out for another live shoot and then to dinner. Wednesday's schedule looks the same... classroom time, lunch and the workshop concludes with the last live shoot.
WHERE: Glen Rose, TX... a little town outside Dallas with a lot of charm and a million places to shoot. You'll stay at a charming lodge on the bank of the Brazos River.
Tuition includes 3 days of in-depth training with Fred, Amy and Michael, lodging and all meals, 3 live shoots, one on one portfolio critique.
We'll cover the technical and artistic aspects of shooting (camera settings, composition, seeing the light, being inspired, working with clients during the shoot), workflow (from raw files to finished product), post-processing, marketing, getting published.
Space is limited so reserve your spot soon! Email info (at) thelabworkshop.com
(photos by Nick Onken, Curt Coffey and Trever Hoehne respectively.)
Thursday, February 21, 2008
Kathy and Sam
Wednesday, February 20, 2008
Monday, February 18, 2008
Patriotism and Capitolism
Capitolism: Pier 17 is a big mall on the bank of the East River in Manhattan.
Hope you guys have a good day off!
Sunday, February 17, 2008
Saturday, February 16, 2008
Friday, February 15, 2008
Cort and Ashley