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Before and After

Before and After

I was asked to show an image before I went in and tweaked it. While this picture itself isn’t technically perfect as you can see the camera (never the photographers fault) locked focus on his guitar strap. The lighting in the room was horrific and I called it urine yellow for lack of a better description. Since I shoot in RAW I could go back in and color correct it for tungsten lighting, use my best friend forever, the histogram…

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Harmonic

Harmonic

I shot an event what seems like a long time ago but it really wasn’t. I hated how the images came out in the end due to my lack of knowledge of lighting so color correction was a huge issue. I also knew that if they were converted to black and white they would look great. With my now greatly enhanced lighting knowledge I knew that I was shooting under tungsten lights so I white balanced for that. Then using…

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Kick Up The Bass

Kick Up The Bass

I like bass players.  They are often the overlooked member of most bands but are one of the key parts of any band.  There isn’t enough love for the bass player so when I shoot a band I like to get the bass player.  Think about some of the biggest bands in history and their great bass players, John Paul Jones, John Entwistle, Robert Trujillo, Derek Smalls (points if you know this one without looking it up), Jason Newstead, Cliff…

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Emotional Singing

Emotional Singing

This is the first event I ever shot for someone and not myself.  Learned a lot from the experience and very grateful for the person for letting me do it.  I had to shoot the crowd and the band and it was a struggle.  I used my recently sold Olympus E-P2 and not so recently sold Canon XSi, neither professional rigs to do this.  All of these images were shot on the Olympus E-P2 with a Olympus 45mm 1.8.  I more or…

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