Just some quick shots from this morning before I had to get home to focus on some work. I wish I could say who the person in these photos is, but unfortunately I am terrible at remembering names. The impetus for this little photo session was primarily that I wanted to try and get better at capturing and framing certain kinds of shots. More specifically, trying to capture someone working the speed bag and jumping rope. I have experimented a bit with this in the past with regards to framing and different shutter speeds, but when you do that you always have to w
Doing Flips: First Attempts at Capturing Gymnastics
So this was a fun little experiment. I was able to capture T and some of her friends were trying to do flips on the rings, and I have to say that I love how some of these images came out. I think they really capture the drama of the moment as well as how incredibly beautiful and amazing some of the women at my gym are. That said, I think that is more a credit to the lighting than to me as a photographer. With the sun coming in through the window... well it just makes for some really nice silhouettes.
Lil Rod, Big Punch
In an attempt to improve my photography at the gym in relation to some of the enviromental challenges that it represents I have been experimenting around with different ways of framing shots and using the limited lighting that is available. This is one such experiment in that vein, and overall I am happy with the outcome. Thanks to my man Lil Rod for taking the time to serve as my subject for these shots.
Short on Age, Big on Skill
A quick collection of shots showing boxing Yoda (Bryan J proudly rocking a PD Gladiators shirt I might add) presiding over his court of young Padawan learners. I think that first shot in the set is my new favorite. Just really nice framing and I got extremely lucky catching the kid's hand right as it passes in front of the camera for a hook.