We’ve been doing more and more environmental portraits as part of the custom stock work we’ve been creating for our clients of late and it’s a lot of fun. In the past we’ve talked about the value of building out custom stock libraries and how it’s not as expensive as you might think. Additionally having control […]
Earlier this year we had the wonderful opportunity to photograph some custom stock photography and staff headshots for Small Potatoes Catering and Events. It was really a fun time going over there and setting up for some food shoots as well as their amazing chef at work! We love getting to go and photograph people doing what they love, that’s the power […]
One of the wonderful things we get to experience in our industry is seeing and experiencing other creative event professionals. We usually get to see everyone at the event working hard and only get to see the final presentation which is why we jumped at the chance to join our partners at […]
Recently I got to hear Joanne Dennison speak about intellectual property rights. She had some great insight into how to use creative and intellectual property correctly to avoid lawsuits and such. Many event professionals may be aware that using popular music at events and in […]
I was recently commissioned to create a custom stock library for the wonderful San Francisco Center for the Book, in neighboring Potrero Hill. I pass the center twice a day on my commute but hadn’t had a chance to stop by and investigate their classes. They provides tons of expertise on letterpress, bookbinding, printing, and more.
The brief included capturing equipment, instructors, spaces and textures, but was pretty open-ended. […]