Sometimes shooting in the cold weather to do natural light headshots presents some interesting challenges. I love the crispy cold air and light.
When I'm shooting a session outdoors in NYC, it isn't much of an issue as we can go outside for quick trips and pop back in to my place to warm up. But when I'm on the road, I don't always have a home base, so to speak, and we're often left to our own ingenuity to get the shots we need all the while battling the elements.
Here are some tips and tricks that you can do if you may be shooting your next headshot session outside in the cold. Read More
I was asked if I had some stuff to hang at the MIHAW gallery again and this time decided to do take some of my favorite NYC shots (iPhone and dSLR shots) and run them through a ton of filters on my iPhone to create some fun little squares. Each print is 10"x10". Read More
Hi, my name is Clint and I'm a photo hoarder.
Today, as I was rearranging my desk, I decided to lay out over a decade's worth of hard drives in no particular order and number them. The smallest of them is 500 gigabytes and the largest is 4 terabytes. Needless to say, there are a ton of photos on these things and I'm curious as to what we might be able to find using random numbers. There are a lot of headshots on these things, but there are also hilarious outtakes, travels, events, animals and adventures.
Let's play a game that I'm calling The Lost & Found Photo Project.
How to Play Read More