Thursday, December 31, 2009
Thursday, December 24, 2009
Friday, December 18, 2009
This is the 5th in the Cancer Survivor series. I was going to get all techie on the shoot spec's since I was kicking it old school 4x5, but I took away a lot more from the shoot than I thought. I got to hear a good part of the interview and thought I'd share that. Don't take life for granted, cherish everyday and the time we all have together. Mr. X said when he wakes up in the morning the sky is always bluer and colors are more vivid and the music is sweeter. His wife said battling cancer is all about team work, you feel like a bungie cord, somedays your stretched to your limit other you're fine and relaxed. Kinda made me think how people take everyday for granted. I almost got weepy .............
Monday, December 14, 2009
Friday, December 11, 2009
A call from a corporate client to cover Governor Beverly Perdue on site while she signs an Executive Order Creating Logistics Task Force. I'm sure the local media people were not happy with me setting up Big lights for the event. I tried shooting available light, the exposure was ISO 1000 - 1/125 @ f/2.8 and it looked really bad. It was a dark warehouse, so I ended up with a Profoto and soft-box as the main light an an AB with umbrella on the background.
Friday, December 4, 2009
The big news of the week is my New Website bryan regan photography is up and running and my email now works.
Thank you PR people
Raleigh photographer Bryan Regan launches his new website at
www.bryanreganphotography.com. Regan’s recent clients include
Time Magazine, Business Week, GE and UNC.
About Bryan Regan Photography:
Bryan Regan works with national and local advertising agencies, magazines and corporations.
With over 20 years experience in all aspects of photography, Regan is at ease on commercial and editorial
assignments. Bryan Regan Photography is represented by Wonderful Machine.
I do feel a little guilty. I tell myself I decorate the house for the holidays for the kids, but I think it's really more for me. Trying to keep some of that Pittsburgh tradition alive in the south. Should make a great backdrop with the kids for Christmas cards.
Went out and shot some images on Black Friday for the Picture Black Friday photo contest.
My orginal intention for Black Friday was crowds ,chaos long exposures and blurry people.
As I scouted out the local Best Buy’s I noticed a vacant Circuit City, and down the street
a vacant Linens-N-things. I felt more drawn to these places than the crowds. It seemed on
every corner there were homeless people out with signs looking for help. I know these images
are more anti-Black Friday, but feel they repsesent the social and economic times we live in.