With a shot like this to begin your modeling career, it’s all smoothing sailing from there. Bon Voyage!
We found a great website for you to see some examples of headshots and comp cards. Go to www.marrazzomorgan.com!
Keep reading to see the winning shots!
First Place: Photography Campaign “London Olympic Medalists”
Shot for Splash News, our furry friends helped us out to create this awesome campaign. Riplee The Boxer, Luca The Swimmer, and our three feline finalists Pippi, Riplee, and Bonnie.
First Place: Lifestyle and People “Suncast Ad”
Getting messy with this young boy and his dog helped us capture the essence of the outdoors for the Bailey Agency. What a great way to spend our Monday!
Second Place: Still Life/Miscellaneous “Let Me Try”
The minute we pulled out these bubbles, this adorable little girl lit up the room with laughs. We had such a fun day working with her to get this gorgeous shot!
Meet Blowie, our resident giant fish. Don’t be intimidated by his size – he’s a big mush at heart.
Fish can be very intelligent – swimming next to Nemo and Dori, Blowie knows when lunch time is just by seeing his favorite blue feeding cup.
At the studio, our saltwater fish provide countless hours of entertainment for all our guests.
So come on by, sit on the couch, and relax!
It’s that time of year again! Sneezing, coughing, fevers….colds and viruses are going around. Combat against sickness and germs by following a few guidelines:
Don’t let your health stand in the way of making photographs! Prevent illness so you can keep on keepin’ on, and do what you do best!
Reine the lovely Afghan hound certainly got her beauty sleep! But was it enough? If you’re having a tough time waking up today, like Reine, read on!
Here are some tips and tricks to get yourself awake and ready for the day:
Thanks to Diane Bauman for our sleeping beauty, Reine.
Art copy work is an important branch of photography. It is important to pay close attention to detail and be very meticulous. We photographed the paintings of the very talented Dr. Marc Malberg. His work is based on different biblical themes with incorporated surrealism. We photographed his paintings to look as close to they do in reality. Take a look at these marvelous works of art for yourself.
Marc I. Malberg, MD
Helen of Troy, 1985, 72×48
When photographing art:
A small tidbit on the artist: http://www.valweb.org/bochner/malberg.htm
At Bohm-Marrazzo Photography we’re a big fan of swimming prodigy, Michael Phelps. So is the lovely border collie “Luca Phelps”.
Here, she takes on the character of 22-time gold medalist Michael Phelps. Recuperating from some world record breaking laps in the pool, Luca still finds the composure to pose for the camera.
Unfortunately we were not able to go to London to shoot at the Olympic pool, so we posed our Olympian in the studio and compiled the image with a background of the pool–Thanks to Gerry’s photoshop expertise. You would never know she wasn’t actually an olympic swimmer would you? This photograph was taken for SPLASH News (and for our amusement)!
Happy Sporting. Game on!
Like reading about animal Olympians? Stay tuned to our blog for more to come!
Special thanks to Diane Bauman for the lovely Luca!
Color is always a very critical element to a photograph. Using color schemes and contrasting or complementary colors is a good way to create an aesthetically pleasing photograph. However, who ever said that a monochromatic photo couldn’t also be interesting? This image taken in Bermuda illustrates a very relaxing a calm environment which is accented by the many shades of blue composing the scene.
Next time you are making photographs, think about color. Carefully choose the color palette in your shot.
And remember, using a single color can create just as much of an impact as different color combinations.
Make a splash of the rest of the summer! Jump in to your local pool or swim club! Bring an underwater camera to catch some great summer action. Or stage some wet and wild summer adventures like Bohm-Marrazzo did here with these adorable bears. Believe it or not, still lives can be packed with just as much action as movement shots!
A few important things to consider when creating an action-filled still-life: