Tags archives: D850

Headshots for Commonwealth Financial
  • Headshots for Commonwealth Financial

  • It was a pleasure photographing new headshots for my friends at Commonwealth Financial the other day! I'mages captured on a Nikon D5, with Nikkor 70-200 f2.8, shot at ISO 400, f5, 1/250sec. I used a large Westcott octobox with three SB-5000 flashes in it as my main light. And I used a small Westc[...]
Garner Family in Phoenix
Birds & Brunch
  • Birds & Brunch

  • I absolutely LOVE the open-jawed expressions of wide-eyed-wonder when people witness the amazing raptors from the Center for Birds of Prey swooping over their heads for the very first time! Last week I had the honor of again photographing the annual fundraiser gala for the Avian Conservation Cent[...]
Amerisure Champions Circle
  • Amerisure Champions Circle

  • As a full time professional photographer in Charleston, it's good to have a great network of trusted colleagues in the industry. Often we get multiple requests for assignments on the same day, or requests for assignments that are so big that they require multiple photographers all shooting at once. [...]
The Scott Family at Christ Our King
  • The Scott Family at Christ Our King

  • Last evening was some of the prettiest fall weather we've had all year. It was absolutely perfect for the Scott Family's portrait session at Christ Our King Catholic Church! I met up with The Scott's at their church, just as the sun was starting to turn that perfect warm golden color. Taking adva[...]
Engineering Projects for Seamon Whiteside
  • Engineering Projects for Seamon Whiteside

  • Over the last few weeks I've had the privilege of photographing a number of amazing engineering and site-design projects for Seamon Whiteside. "SW+ IS A LEADER OF ENVIRONMENTALLY CONSCIOUS, LOW-IMPACT ADVANCEMENTS IN ENGINEERING AND SITE DESIGN. WE BLEND CIVIL ENGINEERING AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTU[...]
American Board of Criminal Lawyers
  • American Board of Criminal Lawyers

  • Last evening couldn't have been more beautiful! Fall has finally arrived in Charleston. We had a gorgeous sunny day, and a comfortably cool evening for the annual American Board of Criminal Lawyers event. It's always been a pleasure to photograph this event. And this year was no different! Everyt[...]
Julia's Bridal Portraits
  • Julia's Bridal Portraits

  • Julia & Woods tied the knot yesterday. That means that I can FINALLY share a few favorites from Julia's gorgeous bridal session!!! :-) Several months ago, Julia, her sister, her mom, and her grandmother all met up with me at Middleton Place, where we had received approval to photograph her br[...]
Cocktails for Community
  • Cocktails for Community

  • Every fall, the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors hosts "Cocktails for Cummunity", a fabulous fund raiser to help support the Realtors Housing Opportunities Fund. The RHOF is an endowed fund created by the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors supporting non-profit organizations to [...]
Lobster Fest for Iron Gate Realty
  • Lobster Fest for Iron Gate Realty

  • For their client-appreciation dinner this year, Renee & Paul at Iron Gate Realty organized a phenomenal Lobster Fest!!! It was held at the Pierce Park Pavilion on Daniel Island.  After photographing portraits of Renee and her brother (and partner in crime), Paul, I set up and did couple's por[...]
Private Event on the USS Yorktown
  • Private Event on the USS Yorktown

  • Last night I had the privilege of photographing a private high-profile event on the U.S.S. Yorktown. For privacy reasons, I'm unable to show any people pictures. But here are some shots of the beautiful setup, orchestrated by Lee and the amazingly talented team at Absolutely Charleston... [...]
Photographing from the Sky
  • Photographing from the Sky

  • Since becoming FAA Certified for commercial drone photography, I haven't had as many opportunities to go flying as I used to.  I can accomplish most of my aerial photography requests with the drone. But last week I had an assignment for Trident Construction that was going to require flying above 400[...]