Can’t tell you the client. Can’t tell you the ship. Can’t show you the finals.
But I can tell you: we had a great time aboard one of the world’s largest cruise ships.
We were shooting still photos and video with numerous models and traveling around the caribbean.
For you tech heads, I got the chance to shoot with the new Sony FS-7 in 4k and slow-mo. We had two on-board: one for regular shooting and one for steadicam.
Thought I’d share a little behind-the-scenes with you.
Shot a series of images in Los Angeles for the Kimpton Hotel group’s preferred guest program called Kimpton Karma. We used the Palomar Hotel in West LA. I love the weather in LA. As a lifestyle shooter, I like to shoot modifying natural light. So LA’s the place for (almost) always sunny skies. Plus the talent is quite diverse and the crews are professional.
Special Addition of my newspaper. I shoot a lot of active lifestyle. And I wanted to include some of our older citizens into the mix. It’s not just young people that run around. It all started when I traveled down to my in-laws place in Florida and saw such exuberance, I had to set up some shots. Such active and sporty people with a real positive attitude. They all were so busy. Bridge on Tuesday. Bocce on Thursday. Golf every other day. Most were there for the winter months and complained that when they went home in the summer, it was too quiet where they lived (Not enough older people with free time). So I decided to shoot a themed newspaper to showcase this energy.
Shot a Electronic Press Kit opening for my Late Cambrian music video. The band needed an intro and outro for Cool TV where they were being featured. This is shot here in New York.
Here’s a fun time lapse I did for an interiors client. They saw my Nantucket Time Lapse Video and thought it would be interesting to show how their Showroom Display is set up. The whole process took almost 3 weeks from the start from empty room to the complete Showroom. I set-up three camera permanently mounted to the walls. Shots were taken at regular intervals during the construction resulting in over 300,000 exposures. I then went back in with my editor to pull the most interesting sequences to produce the final version.