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Pittsburgh Panorama | The Camera Coach

Panoramas are awesome. Let’s talk about ’em. How do you do them? I thought I’d put up a couple of simple ideas and if anyone wants to they can add anything helpful I leave out. The great thing about panoramas is that they’re so dramatic and so much closer to the perspective that the human […]

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Peter Mulvey at Eddie’s Attic | Atlanta Concert Photographer | The Camera Coach

Shot some photos of the Peter Mulvey show for the Eddie’s Attic website, and I’m so glad I did.  He was just fantastic.  Smart, down-to-earth, interesting, funny, great guitar player.  What else do you need?  Well I had fish tacos and beer…that was nice too. (Skip down to the pictures if you don’t want to […]

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Shooting Star | Horizon Theatre | The Camera Coach

Last week I shot production photos for The Horizon Theater‘s play Shooting Star by Steven Dietz.  It was a really cool process.  Very fast paced and challenging.  Basically, the director ran the actors through bits of the entire play and we tried to get cool shots that captured the essence of what was going on.  […]

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Homemade Studio | The Camera Coach

Okay, as promised I bring you a blog that is all Photographer Nerdout Section.  In this post, I’ll give you the skinny on one way to make a studio lighting set up that costs less than $100. It’s common for a set up of pro studio lights, reflectors, diffusers, etc, to cost tens of thousands […]

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Eddie’s Attic Menu Shoot | Atlanta Food Photographer | The Camera Coach

Last week I had the pleasure of shooting the new menu items for Eddie’s Attic, which if you don’t know about it is a completely rad music venue here in Decatur (Atlanta).  The food at Eddie’s is described as gourmet bar food, which I think is funny and charmingly self-effacing. The chef there, Francina Sanders, […]

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