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Category : Fun Stuff

27 Nov 2013

Nate Robinson for DUB Magazine BTS

Back in July, my friend Richard Thompson contacted me and asked if I’d be available to assist him with a photoshoot up here in the Pacific Northwest. He said he was shooting a professional basketball player for Forgiato Wheels and DUB Magazine, but at the time he still wasn’t exactly sure who it would be. Being a huge basketball fan myself (Bring Back Our Seattle Supersonics, dammit!), I could only guess who it would be, since the Seattle area has […]

10 Aug 2013

Kito’s Tercel Rally-X Car

My friend Kito is into many awesome things. I recently shot his Range Rover for Land Rover Owner International Magazine, but we’re still waiting for the feature to publish before I can share photos. In the meantime, he told me that he’s building a rally-x car, and that he’s going to be doing a very unique paint job for it, thus he’d like me to document the process through photos. I was more than happy to do it, and thankfully […]

15 Jun 2013

San Diego, Spring 2013

I had traveled to Southern California on family business back at the end of March, and thus while I did some sightseeing and processed a number of photos, I almost forgot to post them up here on my blog. I hadn’t gone sightseeing around San Diego in years, so I made sure to bring all my necessary equipment with me to make sure they weren’t just touristy snapshots. Special thanks to my friends Craig Reyna and Emmeline Rivera for driving […]

02 Jun 2013

Haila at Magnuson Park

Last year, I shot Haila’s Toyota Starlet for NWMotiv, but this time around Haila wanted to get some photos of her own. Thanks to some really assistance from our good friend Nosilla, I believe these photos turned out great. Each of these was taken with my Nikkor 70-200mm ƒ2.8 VR2.  I definitely plan to use some of these to replace some photos in my portfolio that have outstayed their welcome. Many thanks to Haila for being a great natural “model” […]

29 Jan 2013

Review: Olympus OM-D E-M5

I started using my first DSLR, a Nikon D70, back in September 2004. It was Nikon’s first consumer-level DSLR, with a whopping 6 megapixels and breakthrough high ISO performance. Since then, I’ve relied on the high quality of DSLRs to produce print-worthy photos, along with the use of the RAW file format to process photos to my own liking. Meanwhile, smaller cameras in point-and-shoots and phones couldn’t really come close in terms of quality, especially when it comes to high […]