Homage To Hollywood: Chris Knight shoots cinematic portraits w/ Profoto B1 & Profoto Deep Umbrellas There is certainly something airy and graceful about the Hollywood Golden Age and Chris Knight is one of the few photographers that can transfer the sensation of celluloid and silver to a modern-day photo shoot. Here Chris explains how toContinue reading »
Photographing Fireworks – Quick Tips Dallas/Fort Worth offers many amazing opportunities every 4th of July to see some of the best fireworks shows in the country. From Kaboom Town in Addison to the Red, White & Boom on the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge west of downtown Dallas, we get great access to very largeContinue reading »
Landscape photography is the supreme test of the photographer – and often the supreme disappointment.” ~ Ansel Adams
Sometimes you get yourself out of bed at 4:30 AM and drive across town to get set up by 5:30 for a shot you need.
You have shown up, but the right weather hasn’t.
That’s okay… just get creative.
You’re already there… no sense in getting frustrated.
Make something unique and interesting with what you have.
Over the last several months, I’ve been shooting time-lapses in tandem with my stills from all over the world… here are a few I wanted to share.
Some are the direct result of the still image never “showing up”.
I am a commercial and editorial conservation photographer/ filmmaker, available for assignment. Ideally, you will pay me to wander through deserts and forests and mountains, in far off lands, to tell the stories that no one else can tell… Through amazing imagery.
Learn more about Andrew by visiting his website – www.andrewslatonphoto.com