Digital photography versus film, I'll take digital every time.

May 13, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
I often hear photographers waxing on about how they miss film, and that they just can't get the same feel out of their imagery as they could in the days of old. I'm not in that camp at all. What I do love is the ability to scan my old files, (spent two hours spotting out the dust, an inherient quality of film) then enhancing the photograph with fi...
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I'm going to put a rock on your head.

April 16, 2014  •  1 Comment
"If you don't stop growing I'm going to put a rock on your head", this was one of my Dad's favorite sayings as I growing up. As I look back fondly on those days I realize it was really Dad's way of saying, slow down, I want to enjoyed this period of our lives. So like my father, I often drop this line on my two children, only to get the puzzled loo...
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Photographing the Cherry Festival Queen

March 28, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
It's always an exciting day when an agency calls to request a bid on a conceptual commercial photography project. This was the case when we were asked to estimate the cost on a national campaign for the brand, Pepto Bismol. The bidding involved three different location scenarios where one might seek the aid of Pepto Bismol, a Mexican restaurant, a...
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Photographing Cincinnati A Century Later, Part 3

March 22, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
Located less than a mile from our Cincinnati studio, is Eden Park's Spring House. This beautiful ornate gazebo still sets beside winding Eden Park drive as it did over 100 years ago. The most noticable changes are that the giant reservoir has long since been replaced by an oval refecting pool with fountain and the landscape that once framed the Cin...
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Venus in Fur Set Photography

March 14, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
Opening April 19 at the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, is the theatrical production of Venus in Fur, by David Ives. We recently photographed the signature imagery for this play based on the erotic novel of the same name. So how you do make an image look erotic and seductive without appearing scandalous or offensive to the viewer or client base?...
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