- With a passion for great to simple food and a background in Culinary Arts a collection of pictures of some of the most memorable dishes I have had over the years comes to mind. Pictures would include on location photos at a restaurant along with food photography style photos taken in my kitchen of the recipes I have created over the years and some have become family favorites.
- Around the Phoenix metropolitan area there are many little and well known water features…fountains, waterfalls, etc. Reflective light at each location during different parts of the day produce unique images which I would like to capture via different photograph techniques from fisheye to tilt ‘n shift lenses; HDR to black and white processes and other image manipulations via Photoshop.
- Candid shots of the people and life style of the native islanders of the South Seas… Bora Bora, Papeete. Shots will be taken in the cities and rural locations during my upcoming trip to this area. My inspiration for this endeavor is a self-published “blurb” book from a Flagstaff photographer entitled Faces and Places – East Africa
I really love #1, it’s about time someone tried to do some food photography. I’d really love to see how you do it and what lighting you’d use.
#3 is also pretty cool, but since you’re only visiting once you have to make sure you get a lot of good shots while you’re there.
But #1 is my favorite by far. Good luck!
Hank #3 for me is the strongest and I think more challenging for you. I love Candid shots of the people are interesting and if you’re in another country it would take it to the next level. The type of work I enjoy for candid photos is an in your face picture taken of a person close up to show all the detail of their face. #1 is also strong but I think you would need to find a way to make the shots interesting by using lighting and maybe some unusual angles so the series will hold our attention. What every you decide I can’t wait to see your work.