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We had an amazing opportunity to photograph an Engagement Proposal – The soon to Bride and Groom were ecstatic as the sun set over the New York Skyline, and the stars came out to shine.
While everyone was looking up and out, your handy photographers were looking down, thrilled to catch the light hitting our man’s shoes. It seemed to be the perfect chance to photograph the gorgeous ring, however, this was not our goal. It was more about showing off the gentlemans style, rather than the details of the diamond.
As we like to say… “It’s all in the details”!
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Both actors and models alike need a great headshot. It is the first thing any casting director will see from the agency. It is the piece of you that is left as a reminder after an interview or audition. It is your foot in the door. And it needs to be strong. Your headshot image should reflect the mental image you want to leave. Find a great photographer, and not necessarily the cheapest. This also doesn’t mean that a $5,000 photo shoot for one image is the best quality. Be reasonable, and do your homework. Make the best first impression you can -you only get one.
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We had the amazing opportunity to be a part of a surprise proposal —
Our eager groom-to-be got down on one knee and asked the love of his life for her hand in marriage, while overlooking a lit up skyline of New York City from the hills of Montclair, NJ.
We, your trusted photographers, hid in the bushes.
Our best wishes for our happy newly engaged couple! Congrats!
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“We Found Them In A Box”
Ten Awesome Facts about the Statue of Liberty –>> http://mentalfloss.com/article/51521/10-things-you-didnt-know-about-statue-liberty
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From the new series, “We Found Them In A Box” …
Photo #2: Emerson Fittipaldi at Indy 500, March 1986.
Finishing in 7th —
This happy blogger once wanted to be a race car driver — what did you want to be when you were a kid? Are you doing that now?
“In 1986, Marlboro increased its auto racing involvement,
sponsoring its first Indy Car entry . The Marlboro #20 March 86C,
prepared by Patrick Racing, was driven by two-time Formula One
World Champion Emerson Fittipaldi . Marlboro was Fittipaldi’s
sponsor in 1974 when he won his second Formula One World Title
with the Marlboro McLaren Team . Fittipaldi won his first Indy
Car race for Marlboro at Elkhart Lake .” –http://legacy.library.ucsf.edu/documentStore/w/o/o/woo48c00/Swoo48c00.pdf
We’ve been doing some spring cleaning! We opened our drawers, filing cabinets and trunks and started going through some old film, slides and negatives from back in the day when there were no digital cameras, and definitely no photoshop!
We’ll keep you posted on any hidden gems we find!
Ektachrome is a brand name owned by Kodak for a range of transparency, still, and motion picture films available in most formats, including 35 mm and sheet sizes to 11×14 inch size. Ektachrome, initially developed in the early 1940s, allowed professionals and amateurs alike to process their own films. It also made color reversal film more practical in larger formats, and the Kodachrome Professional film in sheet sizes was later discontinued. –Wikipedia
We’ve been keeping ourselves busy these last few weeks!
In between photographing Christmas cards in June and Amusement Parks in September for next summer season, we took another step into the wonderful world of videography. Here, we are on set for a TV commercial to be aired nationwide.
There is a great deal of skilled people and a highly creative set of minds that go into advertising. On any given shoot, you have the Director, Videographer, Client, Copywriter, Sound Guy, Grip, Talent, Hair and Wardrobe Stylists, Set Stylists, Extra Hands… and that’s just to name a few.
Why is our actress standing in front of a giant green screen? It is for movie magic in the making. With a green screen, you are able to put your subject in whatever environment you choose. She could be standing on a beach in Jamaica, or in the middle of the Kentucky Derby!
We will keep you posted on more of our adventures… in the meantime.. stay creative!
Optical illusion? Or reality? We weren’t quite sure last Friday when we visited the Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, NJ. What an amazing experience – amidst 43 acres of cultivated gardens we came upon life size “people” making love, picnicking in the nude – OMG – we didn’t know if we were interrupting an intimate moment or viewing the most prolific sculptor of the 21st century.
Whew…they weren’t living – Seward Johnson fooled us all with his mimicry of 19th century painter Edouard Manet’s works. Imagine, walking around a wall of cypress bushes and there is the 3-D version of paintings we learned about in art history class.
This is just one of many scenes “stolen” from the great masters.
Wonder what Manet would say if he saw his oils whimsically recreated into a real scene with bushes, water and seemingly “alive” but actually stone cold life size bronzes?
So here’s the gist – Manet painted in a 2-D Medium – fabulous – Johnson made it 3-D – haha – now we transformed it into a new 2-D format with the digital camera 150 years after Manet’s initial concept. Question – is this a portrait of friends in the woods like we show in our People Portfolio – or is it merely a fantasy – an optical illusion? A theft?
Are we being a voyeur by watching these two?
Did you ever wonder who spreads I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter on that fresh blueberry muffin? Or who swipes the newest iPad to advertise its brilliant features? In other words, modeling isn’t just for the face. There are many models who earn a good living just using their hands to advertise products, both in print and film.
At Bohm-Marrazzo Photography, we’ve photographed many national consumer ads that needed a “hand” to humanize the product. But, this photograph was a comp shot for an aspiring hand model, not for the watch. This man is hoping that he gets the next iPad ad.
In order to be a hand model, you have to have a good looking hand. Then, it’s necessary to keep that good looking hand smooth and unblemished with clean nails that are evenly shaped. A little different for the women – fashion models have different looking hands than commercial models. A hand that’s advertising a toilet bowl cleaner is not going to have the same look as a hand that’s advertising a $50,000 diamond ring.
Hand models must be able to move gracefully and keep a relaxed pose, no matter how long it takes to get the shot… and sometimes that means hours! Scars? Skin discolorations? Bitten nails? Maybe think about a different career. Clearly, being a parts model – or what we call in advertising photography “anatomical modeling” – is not as easy as it looks!
Another tip…Protection! Remember that funny episode in Seinfeld when George Costanza’s hands get noticed for being soft and milky white? He starts wearing oven mits to preserve his possible hand modeling career and finds out it’s no easy task to keep your hands looking perfect.
But hey, no matter what your special talent may be, go for it – it’s always good to aim for the upper hand.