Larry recently took a trip over to Rome to photograph the annual IGDS conference which took place in Rome this year. Check out some of his work from the event in the gallery below.
Gifts and Decorative Accessories from Camera One on Vimeo. The whole crew at Camera 1 was in on producing a series of promotional videos for the Gifts and Decorative Accessories trade show. A total of 5 videos were created, this being the final long piece after 4 individual teasers were released in the weeks leading … Continued
We regularly get requests from people to shoot a photo of one of their executives or award recipients that will be used in a group photo that is being shot somewhere else int he country or world. Recently Larry photographed Terence Conley, a senior executive of Travelport that would be stripped into a group photo … Continued
45th Street was packed shoulder to shoulder as it is every year at this time! A special thanks to the Nassau County Police Emerald Society Pipes & Drums for the photos and bringing the music to our studio window. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
Jay Z’s Throne Boxing debuted at Madison Square Garden and Camera 1 was invited by a sponsor to photograph the event.
Here at Camera 1 we take great pride in producing a quality product and we keep our clients coming back with some of the most competitive event photographer rates nyc has to offer. It has never been easier to find an event photographer. Go online and use local keywords like: “event photographer nyc” and you … Continued
One of our regular financial clients recently hired us for a special event. In addition to event photography, the job involved providing high quality souvenir prints of their guests with another, very special guest of theirs, Hillary Clinton. Like most photo shoots involving public figures or celebrities, the job was fast paced and there was … Continued
“Get that food porn,” a passerby barked out as I searched for a low angle, inching my feet as far apart as my jeans would allow. My outstretched left hand crossed my body and flapped around a silver piece of cardboard in my right periphery to soften the noon-day sun. My right hand steadied the … Continued