Coast recently sent me some of their latest flashlights to try out. I was excited about the HP17 because it looked like a good mix of power, size, and affordability. What’s the first thing I do with it? Tape it to my chest! (more…)
Author Archives: Dennis
The light work is only half of the equation in a light painting. Making sure the location is visible is just as important, if not more so. Using bright lights or pyro make it tough to get a nice balanced exposure that really shows off your environment. This, in turn, can render your act of trespassing and wading through muddy snake ridden waters entirely pointless. (more…)
The above image is a long exposure shot as JPG and is straight from the camera. Here’s a walk through of how it was made. (more…)
A recent music video I created for Munook. The entire thing was shot with a Canon 5DmkIII & 50mm f/1.4.
New promo images for their upcoming 2013 tour. Last year they played along side for My Darkest Days, Trapt, Crossfade, Zack Myers of Shinedown, Fuel, Mark Tremonti, Sevendust, and several other acts. These guys are well on their way to being rock stars. You listen to their EP, which I also did the album art for, on bandcamp. (more…)
My wife and I were allowed to photograph SAR training (search and rescue) and wander through the buildings at the abandoned Tennessee state prison. Besides photographing the training and the prison, we were also part of the training. We both were asked to hide in inside of buildings and a guard tower and the dogs practiced by seeking us out. It was very impressive. The day gave me a new appreciation of our local search and rescue teams. They are dedicated people who make a real difference in the community. (more…)