We had the opportunity a while back to shoot some Nascar racing at the Homestead Motor Speedway for the Dodge Race Team. If you’ve never had the opportunity to get right down in the hot zone on Pit Row, I highly recommend it. Super cool to see these crews at work. They are a well oiled machine. Everyone has their specific job and when that car rolls in, they jump to it and zip zap, the car is jacked up, all 4 tires changed, fully fueled, windshield cleaned and water for the driver… all in a matter of seconds. While he is out screaming around the track at over 200 mph, the crew is hard at work, scraping the tires to analyze the rubber to see what the track condition is doing to the wheels and a team of guys watches on screens, monitoring the car and keeping in constant contact with the driver. It is awesome!
Also, there is nothing like Nascar Fans… these folks are die hard, hard core fans. Everyone has their favorite and there is no telling them otherwise. In their mind, that person is a king Sh*t racing legend and is GOING to win this time! Nothing like a hot afternoon, cold beer and fast cars.
Just wrapped a quick second shoot for Zumba ZLife Magazine shooting their Aqua Zumba fitness in the pool. If you haven’t tried it, you should, it’s a heck of a workout. It was a fun shoot. We started out above water with this shot (below) and when the rain moved in on us we weather proofed our strobes and went under water and did some fun shots below the surface.
Update: While we were shooting this assignment the client had a video guy doing a little behind the scenes shoot. Check it out here.
The folks at AtEdge gave us a shoutout recently by featuring me in their email mailer. The exposure was great! We saw a marked increase in web hits as people clicked through to my website and even got a few calls for potential work. Thanks to Glen Serbin and the folks at AtEdge!
Recently spent a couple days shooting some new swimming stuff for the book and for stock. Shot with model Raphael Hildebrand who we had worked with previously on the VisitFlorida campaign. He has been a swimmer most of his life which was a plus as we did not have to educate him on proper technique and form… just give him a little direction and he nailed it.
We teamed up again with Smalldog Imageworks to do this new image for the portfolios. That is actually my son Jordan jumping his little Huffy Rocket bike with the big training wheels. We also recruited some of the neighborhood folks to be his audience. Click here to see it bigger.