As I dig through the photography archives, I am pleasantly surprised by the breadth of work that I am able to do for Texas CEO magazine. It is a great relationship with the owner/publisher at Texas CEO, and it’s not unusual that we are thinking the same thing at the same time. That’s what you get when you spend years working together in situations from Houston to Dallas, and places in between.
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It looks like 2013 will be a busy year for my magazine photography, and I am planning on delving, or diving into some underwater photography for different magazines beginning this spring.
When it comes to interesting perspectives on underwater and fishing photography, there’s been a major move in that direction since the advent of affordable housings for cameras – from the most expensive to the cheapest cameras imaginable.
Photo Galleries are getting updated here, and I am always looking for new challenges for video projects. I went ahead and created a “VIDEO” page to highlight my DSLR Video work, which is still in its infancy. I have been dabbling in video for about ten years now, and find the whole format extremely practical and interesting with the surge in DSLR video used in movies and commercials.
My initial tests of my D800 show it to be quite capable for video, and as long as the audio is also given attention (professional external mics), the final product looks good.
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There’s nothing like having access to photograph top executives who have had the wisdom and experience necessary to succeed in the US economy. This image is an outtake from a shoot for Texas CEO Magazine last week. I have a couple of covers to scan and post from Texas CEO and TWU publications in the coming days and weeks.
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The latest cover of Texas CEO came my way when I was doing their next cover in Houston, Texas, a couple of weeks ago. Time sure does fly when it’s this busy. Their next cover should be a bit more indicative of having time to spend lighting and honing the look – in camera.
I’m still in the process of shooting a campaign for Redonk Marketing out of Plano, Texas, and will be on location with them tomorrow. Then, one of the local Classic auto dealerships is throwing a party Saturday – so it’s party pic time of year again!
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Whether or not Americans feel good about themselves, and the economy, at least business is showing an upturn for me. I have done back to back covers for Texas CEO Magazine, with one yet to come out this year.
At TWU, things still seem to be clicking along, with some interesting assignments, and more to come as fall really kicks into high gear.
I’ll be shooting some fashion – “lifestyle-ish” for a company I really like – Howler Brothers out of Austin, Texas. They have hit a spot in the clothing industry that I believe will prove to be pure gold for them. Look for some images to appear here in future posts. The locations are set, but I am still trying to add to my stable of models.
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Factory Photography and Magazine work for Texas CEO
Plenty of work to do and done. There’s more for United Copper of Denton, Texas, and some web site design work as well.
Texas CEO Magazine called again, and last week I did a shoot of author Shama at her publisher’s office in Dallas, Texas. Her book about social networking, “The Zen of Social Media Marketing,” really hits the nail on the head, and reinforces all the practices I have put into place for sites like this one. Yes, Shama, I will work on my linkedin presence! It is reassuring to know you’re doing just about everything right when it comes to web presence.
The new site for Richard Davis Sculpture was approved and is at www.richarddavissculpture.com , and once we get new content from the studio located on Lake Kiowa, Texas, replace the old images, and get the owner to contribute content in an ongoing way, this site will be a showcase for UNT Professor and Artist Richard Davis. Right now, Richard is doing some painting, and I can’t wait to document the new work.