Archive for the ‘Portraits’ Category
Wednesday, February 27th, 2013
Recently we had Donatella Giacometti of CEOMediaCoach.com in the studio to refresh the photography on her website. The idea was to build the layout around the photography, so while Larry was shooting, Patrick was on the phone and back and forth via email with the web designer sending comps and test shots so that everything would be places in just the right places. In the end we ended up having to stretch the photo a little bit in Photoshop so that it would fit the layout perfectly and this was the end result.
Photographed in Camera 1′s Midtown New York City photo studio Donatella’s photos were just what she needed to finish the redesign of CEO Media Coach.
Friday, November 30th, 2012
Larry headed down to Florida recently with JDRF to photograph basketball star Ray Allen and his family in their Miami home. The photos were then laid out in an insert for USA Today to raise awareness to Type 1 Diabetes. Allens wife, Shannon is a member of the JDRF Board of Directors and their son Walker is living with Type 1 Diabetes.
The Camera 1 crew isn’t always stuck in Midtown Manhattan. Recently Larry headed down to Miami to photograph Basketball star Ray Allen for a JDRF insert in USA Today.
Saturday, November 3rd, 2012
Patrick and his wife welcomed a wonderful baby girl into their live’s over this past summer. On a recent trip into the city, we got her into the studio for her first(of many) round of photos. A nice little break from the day to day grind.
Monday, July 30th, 2012
Larry and Geoff headed down to the southern tip of Manhattan to photograph working shots of some attorneys at one of New York’s most prestigious law firms. Scoping out different locations throughout their office, more than a few scenarios were photographed using their employees and their spaces. Below are a couple of samples of what came out of the shoot.
Thursday, January 12th, 2012
Recently while photographing a group of Analysts at a financial firm down on Wall Street, we were approached by their head of Corporate Communications to see if we could possibly shoot some of their board members in a handful of settings so they could use them in various outlets. We pulled together a standard portrait on a background as well as a couple of more relaxed environmental portraits and a couple of posed working shots. Filling the quota of multiple photos for all types of use and squeezing it all into a 45 minute session. Mission complete.
Friday, November 4th, 2011
Normally the thought of scheduling a shoot for 7:30am in late October means there will be a very good chance of a heavy coat and hot coffee nearby. This year, we are thankful to be enjoying an extended summer. Larry scheduled a shoot for the early morning and weather was on his side, over 50 degrees on 42nd Street just across from Grand Central Terminal, we’ll take it.
Though of course, a few short days later we were hit with a snowstorm… New York can be so fickle. viagra
Thursday, September 1st, 2011
We recently had the opportunity to shoot on the roof of the 1155 Avenue of the Americas and the view up there was awesome. Larry caught this shot of the heads of a firm based in the top floors of the building moments before it was no longer light enough to shoot.
Friday, July 8th, 2011
When a client only has one day available to shoot a photo, you have to work with the elements. Even if the elements are working against you. We shot this photo in Times Square with the CEO of DHL as well as a Rugby player that DHL sponsors. It was pouring rain, but the only time that everyone would be in New York at the same time, so with umbrellas in hand and bags covering the flashes used to light the shot, we made due and ended up with a great shot in times square with the saturated colors that the rain often brings to New York. Aldactone
Sunday, February 20th, 2011
Larry was the mind behind this photo. Assisted by Jeff and Patrick, Larry walked into this assignment ready to go, with the location scouted and shots planned things were all set… Until the scouted locations we unavailable and only 20 minutes was left before the shot had to go off. This is where the quick thinking and extra gear comes in handy. Larry opted to shoot towards a hallway, and we would throw some warmer orange light into the rooms leading down the hallway as to not let it fall dark leading to this final image.
Monday, February 14th, 2011
Once again Jeff was presented with the problem of needing an environmental type portrait, only the client lacked a location with environment. Without a second thought, Jeff pulled a few things together and created this environment within our studio space. Working within our boundaries and the clients budget, we kept them happy and made an incredible photo.