Premiere Radio Shoot

It’s been a long time since I have rented a studio for shooting.  Usually I shoot in my own, but we needed something a little bigger and a bit more polished for my peeps this go ’round.  So, off to 28th Street– James Weber’s studio. Another change for this gig involved renting most of my gear.  The rental joint was only six blocks away, and yet I felt paralyzed with the following choices: push a giant handtruck loaded with equipment, take taxis six blocks, or worse yet, rent a truck?  I decided to rent the lighting gear instead and arrived with a stool, camera case, and some snacks.   Fun day!  Two assistants, a great stylist (Thanks, Jerry!), and really nice clients.   Randi was fun to work with, and I look forward to doing it again, perhaps on at a more scenic location next time.  …and just moments after we wrapped and shut down the lights I powered up for a group shot.  It’s not often I remember to put myself into one of these.
Photo crew
Evan, Moi, Hosea, Randi’s staffer, Randi Rhodes, another handler, Jerry

Comments

comments

Powered by Facebook Comments

Author: David

I'm a photographer! I take pictures, duh.

2 thoughts on “Premiere Radio Shoot”

  1. Sharon – This is the first photography post I have ever coetmnmed on. How could I not! Everything about every photo was perfectly gorgeous. What a wonderful artist you are. I would hire you ANY day to do my family photos. (Except I live in Chicago!) LOL. I will most definitely bookmark you in my favourites this far .October 10, 2012 4:17 pm

  2. This may not be the best place for a question of this sort, but I haven’t been able to find the answer elsewhere.I have my blogspot site dashboard set for a short RSS feed to others. This limits the feed to ~250 characters to sites such as Google Reader, Bloglines,…Does it also limit the amount of my content that is crawled??Would I be better choosing full RSS feed?I want maximum visits to the site itself.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.