Like the last two blog posts, still playing catch up with assignments from last year and working the files for myself. Deciding on portfolio images and if I want to enter anything into the CA competition (deadline, T -7.5 hrs.)
These portraits are part of the Gallatin project:
No it’s not Campbell Soup, it’s Campbell Hall, photographed last fall for Fordham University. Designed by Sasaki Associates, the complex of three buildings will accommodate 460 students and will be Fordham’s first set of LEED-certified Gold buildings.
I photographed Campbell Hall at sunrise and this beautiful light lasted… maybe two minutes.
This past fall Canon updated the EOS Movie Plugin-E1 to v1.1. Along with speeding up the transcoding of Canon HDSLR movie files into Final Cut Pro it added camera metadata as a feature. The metadata can be very useful. Unlike a still photo, there is no other way to view it (lens, ISO, [...]
WordPress’ 3.1 update seems to have killed the video embed button. I couldn’t find it after upgrading and quick googling shows that it’s not a bug, it’s a feature (as they say.) Very annoying in that it makes it difficult to easily embed self-hosted videos and it makes it just [...]
Yesterday’s blog post was up on the roof. Today’s is from the same shoot but is down on ground level. It marks the beginning of a long term still + video project documenting the construction of Fordham’s new law school and residence buildings in Lincoln Center.
Shot on the 8th, it was on their [...]
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