Much Thanks to my “inside Hollywood” hookup for this photo adventure. She got us onto the Paramount Studios Lot with a tour around some of the live TV show sets and movie sets, such as Glee, Dr. Phil, and Community. Unfortunately Photography was not allowed inside any of the live TV show sets, but I snapped photos anywhere I could outside of the sets on the Paramount Lot. Nonetheless, I still had a fun time touring the studios and experiencing and seeing the production side of today’s TV shows and movies.
A few weeks ago, I assisted Chantal, Pasagraphy.com, with a mock wedding shoot at a local ranch house in San Diego. The weather turned out perfect for us, a little overcast of shadows with some moments sun peaking through. Please enjoy my collection of photos as the second shooter.
This past Sunday, Autofashion held its 5th Annual VIP Festival in San Diego. Despite the slight showers throughout the day, car owners & spectators stuck around for a great event. Here are just a small preview of the VIP style cars that came to the festival. Stay tuned into StyleOverComfort for the full coverage of the event.
Luckily my trip to NYC was planned a week earlier than the predicted Hurricane Irene. Our shoot was almost planned to that very same day weekend, and the shoot would have been a total disaster and I would have not been able to return back home as planned. Anyways, here is a set of photos from my photo adventure throughout New York City. My really good friend, a New York Resident of 3 years, happily accompanied as she has never really taken to do the touristy things I wanted to do. Tip: ALWAYS have your camera ready to shoot! This city has so many things going on, and you’ll miss those peculiar photo ops if you’re not ready. Enjoy!
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 hometown, San Diego. I would say the city just shows more character in its buildings, streets, and people.
Last night, I was very fortunate to be invited to watch Lebron James play in pick-up basketball games. Every year, Lebron James hosts King’s Academy basketball camp for kids in my hometown, San Diego.
- Usually lighting in gyms aren’t ideal for photographers. Having a really fast lens helps a lot, and saves you headaches from trying to capture those magical sports moments.
- Also, increasing your ISO setting will allow you to increase the shutter speed so that you can be able to capture all the action with little blur.
- It’s also key to know and understand the sport so that you can anticipate the action and be ahead, rather than reacting and ultimately missing your shot.
Hope these tips help with your photography adventures, and enjoy my photos of Lebron James on the court while all his basketball camp kids look up to him.