Thursday, June 30, 2011
2011 Tool Dealer Expo
This past weekend, I photographed the trade show that my company puts on each year. A lot of the images I got were photojournalistic / record shots of the crowds and booths that were involved in the event. The above image is one of my personal favorites, though. The clean lines of this Nissan 350z, which was one of six prize vehicles being given away, inspired me to make this image.
You can view the whole gallery of images I captured of the 2011 Tool Dealer Expo by clicking here.
Posted by Chad Oneil Myers at 9:43 PM 1 comment:
Labels: Auto Art, Expo Photography, Selective Color
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Reflection of Light
I’ve heard great photographers say that “photography is all about light”. The very origin of the word means “drawing with light”. The amount of, quality of and behavior of light, all affect how a scene is viewed by our eyes and by a camera lens.
While sitting at Chipotle the other week, I noticed how light was bouncing off the aluminum table top, lighting my wife’s face from below. I liked what the light was doing in the scene, so I decided to make an image with it.
“Photography is all about light”.
Posted by Chad Oneil Myers at 7:14 PM 3 comments:
Labels: Portraiture, Sandy
Thursday, June 16, 2011
I think at the core of photography is the thought or phrase, “look at this”. There’s always a reason why we push the shutter release button. Something inspired you to take the photograph. Maybe it was to remember a place or occasion. Or, as I like to do, maybe it was just to capture the beauty or art of a scene or object. Something you wouldn't normally take the time to notice or enjoy, now framed and frozen in time.
Last Saturday night, my wife and I met up with her sister and brother-in-law for dinner at Pei Wei. As I was sitting down to our table, I noticed how light was glowing through my wife's cup of water in an otherwise dark scene. It immediately inspired me. So, I got out my camera, composed the shot and took this image.
Posted by Chad Oneil Myers at 9:23 PM 3 comments:
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