HD video and still images in motion provide the picture. A contemporary instrumental piece lays the foundation of the audio track. The BBA Chairman, Bryan J. Koop, provides a short narrative on the benefits of the organization. 1min, 15 secs.Allow the video to completely download before continuing to play, if you are experiencing problems with playback.
If you have ever produced “creative work” for a client, you can probably relate to this video. Good times, good times.
Margaret was good enough to remind me about posting the Livestrong photos to the Livestrong site. I can’t get a link directly to the images, but I do have the following link, which takes you to the photo gallery. You are on your own after that. The images are on the first page of the gallery now, but will move on down (more…)
I lined everyone up under a stand of tall trees on the side of the house. I put Margaret in the front of the line, and began photographing. It all seemed very simple at the time. The shady light was soft and even. The plan for the final images was always black and white, keeping just the bracelets in color. I knew that I wanted to isolate the bracelets. The black t-shirts and black shorts made it happen. Margaret’s clenched fist under the sharply focused “Livestrong” speaks the proverbial a thousand words.
The image above was one of the last from that day. The first shots were done in my studio where I created the images below. (more…)
I never thought I would see this type of interest in a test post. I posted the image above a couple of days ago simply to see what the post processing looked like in various browsers. I ending up leaving it online because I’ve been completely preoccupied with the pixelwiremedia site development.
I threw a link to this blog on Margaret’s Facebook wall about the same time I posted the photo because I happened to see some folks talking up the photo shoot there. The result was a couple of hundred visits in less than 24 hours. All for a post that contained nothing but a single test image, which means that (more…)