Tag Archives: Photography

There’s No “I” In Team

“When he turned in his notice, the Boss didn’t even ask him to stay.” The Passer says with a shake of her head.  “I always liked working with him.” “I only worked with him once.” I say and shrug. “He was fun to talk to, but he took even less time with the Subjects than […]

I Never Met A Light I Didn’t Like

“I’ve never seen any of the other Photographers use this many lights.” The Passer says as she looks at the extra light heads I have setting around the Studio. “I like to have a little more control over how my images look.” I say “Well, I can’t see much difference.  Except for the backgrounds.” Some […]

The Gloves Are Back On

“So what your saying is that The Gloves Are Off now?” asked a surprised Photographer at one of our endless meetings. “Yes, the gloves are off.” Says the man who was then the Head of Photography, but now seems to have other things to do. “We want you to be as creative as you can […]

No Experience Necessary

“I’ve never really done anything like portraits.” I say to the small blond woman sitting across from me at a booth in McDonalds. “But I have been interesting in photography for several years.” “That’s fine.” She says while looking around for the next person she has scheduled to meet for an interview. “We’ll teach you […]