A spotlit portrait at dusk with mist…

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A spotlit portrait at dusk with mist…Client Stories

by Kevin Ames on September 3, 2015 with Comments Off on A spotlit portrait at dusk with mist… comments

My previous post explained the planning and set build for a portrait session with Atlanta musician Jeff Paige. This one deep dives into the rest of the details. Lighting Without question after the planning is finished, every photograph, ultimately, is …

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Planning for photography

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Planning for photographyClient Stories

by Kevin Ames on March 31, 2015 with Comments Off on Planning for photography comments

Successful photographic sessions are built on planning. Pre-production solves problems before they become problems. That’s why it’s so important. It  can include location scouting, meetings with prop & wardrobe stylists, model casting, set drawings, background selection and of course the …

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New Home Photography from the Ground Up

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New Home Photography from the Ground UpUncategorized

by Kevin Ames on March 5, 2015 with Comments Off on New Home Photography from the Ground Up comments

A good client of mine has been planning on building a new home for quite some time now. I’ve been hired to document the process that, if all goes as planned, will take about eighteen months. The schedule will slip, …

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Arch Portraits

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Arch PortraitsInspiration, Uncategorized

by Kevin Ames on August 3, 2014 with Comments Off on Arch Portraits comments

My last post showed views inside and from the Gateway Arch in St. Louis made with a fisheye lens. This one is all portraits of the soaring stainless steel structure itself. This view is from ground level just in front …

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