I just returned from New York this week, and while out there we photographed a feature for DJPremium.com’s Fall fashions. Photographing out in the streets on New York was so different from shooting in the streets of my...Read More
Last weekend, I had the honor of photographing the Current WCK Muay Thai World Champion, Mike Lemaire, who is also my training coach at Art of 8 Training Center in San Diego. Since Mike will be leaving soon to train in Holland for a few weeks before his next bout in New York for Glory 9 Kickboxing, we got together to update his Fighter Profile images.
As for lighting, I setup most of the shots quite similar to these boxing shots. However, this time I used a parabolic umbrella as my key light. I still kept the 2 kicker lights behind the subject in order to create the highlighted separation from the black background.
Just this past weekend my friend organized a private group paintball event at Velocity Paintball Park, located in Ramona California. However, due a to a recent boxing hand injury I was unable to play. I don’t play much often anymore, but I still love this sport. Back in my college days, my older brother and I would play competitively in tournaments. I loved the rush you get playing competitive paintball!
Since I didn’t get to play this weekend, I did the next best thing. Brought my camera and shot the action. I focused most of my shots on my little brother, since he was making more of the aggressive forward movements up the field. Here are my 3 tips for photographing paintball:
Here are just a small collection of photos I shot from our private paintball group event.