My photos got published in the January 2011 issue of Wingfoot magazine. They were from the Atlanta Track Club's Run Around the Rock race, back in October. Nothing puts a smile on my face like seeing my work in print. They always look better printed than on a computer monitor.
Finishing the year's last blog post with a bang. A little behind the scenes (BTS) video of the triathlete shoots. Had a lot of great shoots this year and lots of great clients. Looking forward to 2011 and seeing what kind of images I can create.
I also started a separate triathlon blog that I'll be sharing my own training and race experiences. This will be my second year, but I still consider myself a beginner. I'm ramping up the training and race distance in 2011 and will have a lot to share through my triathlon journey. Head on over and check that out.
Hope everyone had a great 2010. Wishing everyone an even better 2011!
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I love doing athletic shoots and when you see this series, you'll understand why. Zack Arias does the white seamless and knocks it out of the park. I do the black seamless and I think I knocked it out of the park (a small park maybe or at least a double). Shooting on a black background requires less light and gear, so it's a bit easier.
A couple times a year, Zack will open up his studio to the photographic community. Most times, it's just the local community mixing with a several workshop attendees from out of town. Recently he's had Syl Arena and tonight he had Joe McNally in studio. If you don't know who Joe McNally is, you should, look him up.