Since I mentioned politics a little earlier in the week, I went back to the files from first inauguarion I ever covered and pulled this photo that I always liked but never went anywhere. This was W‘s second, and people were pissed. I had never covered a large political event before, so [...]
Got to check out my first Animazement convention last week. Stunning, to say the least. Thousands of folks converged on the Raleigh Convention Center for 3 days of fun and anime. Did the white backdrop hustle, and by the way, setting up a 9ft. seamless in a tiny hallway by yourself is [...]
Lots of portrait work recently. The more you shoot something, the more comfortable you are able to be doing it. Portrait jobs can be 5 minutes, an hour, or all day, usually the first. Aaron Mills, of Outkast fame, was a blast. 30 minutes, several set ups, lit, natural light, etc. and he was [...]
Going through photos from the seemingly neverending political campaigns of the last 2 years and came across this photo that I had forgotten about. In the chaos that was covering the elections, a few got away or I misplaced them in my hurry to file, backup the photos and get on to [...]
You wil probably see much more of this hiding in doorways soon. North Carolina has passed a smoking ban to take effect on January 1, 2010 that will outlaw smoking in bars and restaurants. This is similar to what they have in many other states, NY, MA, etc, but the exception here [...]
The 1st finalist for the second Burn Magazine Emerging Photgrapher’s Fund grant (EPF) has been posted. Over the course of the next few weeks, leading up to the anouncement of the winner at Look3, Mr. David Alan Harvey will be premiering the 9 finalists on the Burn site. This is a great [...]
Evan Rachel Wood, Raleigh, NC. 2009.
The previously emabargoed portrait is now released. I was happy with this one. Frequently with people who are photographed often, all they want to give you is their “game face” which can be quite pretty or striking, but tells you little about who they are, [...]
If you are around Raleigh, NC this weekend, go check out the opening of the Bain Project, an old water plant that has been transformed into an artist’s canvas with many local artist creating site specific installations for the opening events.
“Falls Lake” October 18, 2007
For any of you local readers, come out to the Center for Documentary Studies tonight from 6-8:30 for a print auction with all proceeds benfitting Student Action with Farmworkers. There is a hell of a list of photographers whose work will be included, go here to [...]
We have all seen plenty of Wall Street related imagery, but this is by far the best, both in mood and indivdual images, that I have seen.
Image copyright 2009 Jeff Hutchens/Reportage by Gettyimages
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