This evening we went up to Randolph-Macon College to shoot headshots for their volleyball, field hockey, and men’s soccer teams.
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We shot the VCU Men’s Soccer team media photos this afternoon, including their team photo.
At least for me, that is. It’s headshot season, and today we started with VCU’s Women’s Soccer team. We’ll shoot somewhere between 400 and 500 athletes within the next 45 days… I absolutely love this work! Thanks to our setup and workflow, we’re typically able to deliver complete sets by the next day. The images [...]
It’s always a treat to get to spend time with my friends Bob & Jean Antonelli. Hard to believe it’s been just about two years since they get married. Cheers to many, many more years of love and happiness! (and good look with that camera, Bob! I want to see some killer stuff from Europe!)
thanks for working with me on this, lex! i really appreciate it!!
Talk about perfect timing…it was just a week ago that we scheduled the portrait session for Randolph-Macon’s new basketball coach’s family portrait. And now today I’m ready to put to work in the real world the exposure techniques I learned at Will Crockett’s seminar two days earlier. How sweet is this!
thanks, rick, for being such a sport!
The Atlee Gators kicked off their 2009 summer season tonight beneath threatening skies that fortunately never delivered anything more than a few cool breezes. Prints Available
Thanks to the weather, travel schedules, weather, exam schedules, and the weather, we weren’t able to get the ’09 team photo before the team got on the bus for their last series of the season. At least we got it.
These are some of what I shot for an upcoming profile on the Tribe’s QB RJ Archer that will appear in the W&M Alumni Magazine. It will be interesting to see which one is used as the lead photo and what is used inside…
I made a second trip out to Eagle Point Farm to get a photo of Donna & Karen Dennehy to run with the story on the ingenious innovations at the farm. Complete Gallery
What do you say when one of you main clients calls and says, “You know that job we have scheduled for tomorrow? Well, I know you’re booked today, but is there any way we can do our job today, too?” You say, “Sure, I’ll find a way to make it happen.” So I did. You [...]
What a great day! I got to go down to the little village I grew up in, Chester, Va, and photograph a couple of firemen for an upcoming Richmond Times-Dispatch special publication. Hank Grodski and Andrew McLaurin were an absolute pleasure to work with. Gotta love it when days start off like this. Prints Available
This afternoon I had the privilege and pleasure of meeting and photographing Carolyn White for a profile in an upcoming corporate newsletter. We met at the Bonefish Grill (one of her accounts), where we were lucky enough to have enough ambient light that I didn’t have to break out the strobes. Unfortunately, as she still [...]
Due to budget cuts, Powhatan County is having to evaluate scores of non-teaching positions in the public school systems. An instructional aide, Doris Cobb is both part of the glue that holds the system together as well as part of an at-risk employee category. Prints Available
One of the challenges I love about my work is handling all the variables. Sometimes, I’m in situations where I have control over nothing but my camera. Sometimes, like when I’m shooting portraits for the William & Mary Alumni Magazine, I’m fortunate enough to work with people that can take some direction. The trick, though, [...]
The Powhatan Today is launching a column by a busier-than-usual student at Powhatan HS, and they needed a couple shots to run. I wanted something more than a nice headshot, something that also captured “busy”. I put the camera on a tripod and asked Karleigh to stand “really still” so that I could slow the [...]
For the past 25 years, Mary McKann has been operating a secondhand tack shop. The Post magazine, a Media General publication dedicated to horsepeople throughout the state of Virginia, is profiling her in an upcoming issue. Prints Available
Tonight I had the distinct pleasure of meeting Larry Washington, a direct descendant of Booker T. Washington. I had a delightful time meeting and visiting with his children before he arrived home from work. They gave me a sense that more so than being burdened by a need to live up to a name, they [...]
Sometimes, when you wake up at 4am, there’s nothing better to hope for than to be able to get back to sleep. Sometimes, though, you get the opportunity to meet someone like Joe Stratton. Even though Stratton, a junior at Goochland HS, has only been swimming for two years, he’s already making a mark. With [...]
When I was told that the subject of the sports feature in the upcoming Alumni Magazine was a volleyball player, this image immediately came to mind. I’ve captured something similar to it in a venue with optimal lighting, and I wanted to try to recreate in a controlled environment. I also wanted to wind up [...]