Recap of my portrait session with Jennifer Roberts.
From a far, this highly resembles a Rolex or Tudor Oyster Date/Prince…that’s why I couldn’t keep it. I hate to be a watch snob, but until the day I can afford a Rolex, I want something that is completely original with as little reference in design to one. I love Seiko, especially their dive watches which I feel are the most original of their line up.
Decided to change my strap out to a British racing green leather strap. I’m pleasantly surprised by how well the color matches with a darker themed watch. I’m pairing it with the only piece of Versace clothing I have. I bought this sweater 12 years ago when Versace was going through some financial trouble and had to close down numerous satellite stores. It was on sale for such a low price that I had to pick it up.
Isn’t this one of the most beautiful watches you’ve ever seen? At a sub $200 price tag, it is a bargain for the features and quality it possesses. Shot with a Canon 6D, 50mm f2.5 Macro and 2 softboxes left and right.
Another recent portfolio/comp card shoot I did for a local talent agency.
Here’s a recent shoot I did for a local agency 3BBM. This was to modernize the model’s portfolio. Shot in my studio with a Canon 6D, 2 Profoto D500 monolights and a 8 foot octa, 4 foot fill light.