Short YouTube video done for Taylor Products, a division of Magnum Systems in Kansas City, Missouri, highlighting their new Bagging and Palletizing Robot System installation at B Metcalf Alsphalt Paving in New Canaan, CT.
When Iroquois Gas Transmission System wanted a group photo of all their employees to celebrate the company’s 25th. anniversary, getting everyone together at one time in one place was an impossibility due the nature of the jobs and their locations in Connecticut and New York state.
The solution was to photograph the core employees at their main headquarters and the rest at their other locations, and composite it all together in Photoshop. The challenge was to maintain similar lighting styles, perspectives and options for positioning in the group. And for an added hurdle, had to work with supplied images from persons who were not available at the shoots.
For reference, the original smaller group photo is on right. This image is probably among one of the largest complex composites I’ve ever worked on, over one hundred layers and almost two Gigabytes in size.
Year in Review video for Gemma Power Systems’ annual employees meeting highlighting the year’s projects and staff.
The fast paced video was edited mostly from still images documenting the construction of their projects in North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Ohio, the people working on them and architectural images of their other completed projects in Pennsylvania. It also includes a testimonial interview with their client.
Gemma Power Systems is a leading company in the development, design, construction, commissioning and operation of large-scale power projects throughout the country.
Sometimes a wide angle lens is not wide enough. A 160 degree Panoramic view taken in Windham, Vermont stitched in Lightroom from nine separate images.
Kayaking on the first day, we had mirror-like surprisingly warm placid water, perfect air temperatures, beautiful blue skies with puffy clouds and Great Blue Herons fishing around. Picture perfect, except I don’t usually take my Nikons on a kayak. However, I was determined to come back the next day with my camera to get a few pics. Of course, that day we had contrary conditions, with a variable cloud cover presenting rapidly changing light and very windy. Nevertheless, it was still a nice way to spend a late spring afternoon.