Above is Lew and Rob, founders of Rob-Harris, in front of Independence Hall. This was shot as a satirical approach to answer the question how long we had been in business. The caption was going to read: Since 1787. In reference to Rob-Harris actually starting in 1987. Believe it or not, if you look at our work from thirty years ago - you will see LOTS of differences. This can be attributed to developed technology including: cameras, lenses,...more
Kennedy Martinez - Dronethusiast.com
In recent years, drones have become widely used for both recreational and commercial purposes. From small businesses finding ways to use their beginner drones to make money, to huge corporations using advanced drone technology; many different industries have found ways to use drones to benefit their business. Some industries using drones include agriculture, real estate, and insurance, but these are just a few of many. The possibilities for...more
We did these amazing commercial shots for our friends at Sanctuary Cove and Palma Sola Bay. Using our high-end drone equipment we were able to take these breathtaking photos as the sun rose and set - from an angle only a drone is capable of! Check out the beautiful architecture captured with our incredible drone photography.more
Take a look at these stills we shot for Camden Living showing you their unique architecture! Using the most high-end equipment available, we were able to capture the essence of this community from an angle that only a drone is capable of achieving. The Atlanta skyline in all of it's beauty captured with multiple lenses and the ability to shoot up to 4k RAW video. Can you imagine waking up to these...more
Looking for the Best Lighting for Your Model?
There are many different types of photography that includes people as part of the photo or as the subject. To get the best lighting for your subject, such as in Pee-Wee's portrait; set your lighting up as shown in the diagram below. The diagram shows 1 soft box on each side of your subject, which creates backlighting on hair and shoulders. With a final soft light umbrella...more
Did you ever put colored “special effects” filters over your lens when shooting with a film camera? I guess we could call it “before” effects? Do you think it’s wrong to distort what a scene really looks like?
Since the transgression into the digital age of photography special effect filters over a lens are not as commonly used. I suspect, though, that there are very few images in the professional digital world of photography that...more