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2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata (ND) Photoshoot in Kansas City

I’ve had my 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata (ND) for nearly eight months now, but until now, I haven’t taken it out for a proper photoshoot.

Rally in the 100 Acre Wood (2014)

FY Racing Subaru

FY Racing Subaru. 18mm f/10 1/200 ISO400.

In February I attended the Rally in the 100 Acre Wood in Salem, Missouri. I’m a huge motorsports fan, but this year was the first year I was able to get to Salem for the annual Rally America rally down there. The rally was an absolute blast (and totally free to attend!). I brought my camera along and shot some of the action.

AT&T Stadium Panorama

AT&T Stadium

Panorama of AT&T Stadium. Multiple photos at 18mm @ 1/60 f/4.5 ISO400 combined in Photoshop.

A shot of AT&T Cowboys Stadium I took back in December during the Green Bay Packers vs. Dallas Cowboys game in Dallas, Texas. Here’s how I created this photo.

MU Study Abroad Photo Contest Winner

Letna Hill: MU Photo Contest Winner

My photo, “Prague from Letna Hill”, was chosen as the “People’s Choice Award” winner in the 2013 MU International Center photo contest.

My favorite photo from my Prague study abroad experience last summer, Prague from Letna Hill, was chosen for the “People’s Choice Award” in the 2013 University of Missouri International Center photo contest. I entered this photo to the contest last semester, and it was selected out of hundreds of entries to make it into the select top 25 finalists. The top 25 were then put up for a public vote online. My photo won the vote!

Portrait Shoot: Jack

Jack

Headshot of Jack. 50mm f/2.8 1/100 ISO200. OCF: Speedlight. 2’x3′ Softbox. CL.

Jack needed some basic portrait shots for his social media profiles. Like Marissa and Tommy’s portrait shoots, we started at Peace Park in Columbia, MO. After gathering the standard outdoor pictures we moved to another location on the other end of the University of Missouri campus.

View the full portrait shoot on Flickr

Portrait Shoot: Tommy

Tommy at the Mizzou Columns

Tommy in front of the Columns. 65mm f/4.5 1/100 ISO200. OCF: Speedlight, Shoot-through Umbrella, CR.

A few weeks back I did a short portrait shoot with Tommy, a good friend of mine. Tommy needed some decent head shots that he could use on his social media profiles. As with Marissa’s shoot we headed out to Peace Park in Columbia, Missouri for another simple single-speedlight portrait session.

CHECK OUT THE FULL SHOOT ON FLICKR

Portrait Shoot: Marissa

Marissa

Headshot of Marissa. 50mm f/2.8 1/60 ISO100. OCF: White Umbrella, Camera Right.

A few months back, I did a short photoshoot with Marissa in Peace Park in Columbia, Missouri. The goal of the shoot was to get Marissa some nice images and to test out some new off camera flash techniques for my portrait work.

Check out the full shoot on Flickr

My Work: ReAuthored iPad 3 Video

Reauthored YouTube Video

The iPad 3 Case video I produced for ReAuthored.

Last year I started an internship at a local business, ReAuthored. ReAuthored hand makes cases for digital devices, like iPads and Kindles, out of recycled hardback books. The owners of ReAuthored brought me on to assist them with digital marketing.

High Speed Water Droplet Photography on a Budget

Cylinder Splash

“Cylinder Splash” – One of the photos I took using my water droplet photography technique.

High-speed water droplet photography is a widely sought after photographic technique, and it is one that is surprisingly easy to accomplish, even on a budget. I attempted this technique as an experiment with my new Speedlite, and I was thrilled with the results.

Alliance Air Show 2012 Photography

F-18

An F-18 fighter jet making a high speed turn at the 2012 Alliance Air Show in Fort Worth, Texas.

In October I had the opportunity to see the Alliance Air Show in Fort Worth, Texas. The show had a number of great aircraft performers from various time periods, and featured the USAF Thunderbirds for the finale. I was excited to take my DSLR along to snag some photos of the show. Unfortunately, an unexpected cold front the night before created awful weather conditions for the show.