Stopped shooting in about January 2012 to deploy to Afghanistan for the Army. I'm back now of course. As of December 2013 I really just want to conduct shoots to decrease the extensive wardrobe inventory I own of esp dresses ( bCBG, kay unger, valentino, versace, betsy johnson and DVF) by 99%. Therefore I will be contacting MM model in DFW in regard to some sort of "time for fashion exchange". I have never shot TFP in my life.
Professional engineer by day; dance student, classical guitarist, and photographer by night. I like to incorporate my technical apptitude and fashion merchandising background in to my images. I like the look of great fashion on men and women, and enjoy providing all or some portion of costume changes. I alway pay models cash for their time.
I also shoot infrared images outdoors featuring you, the sky and natural surroundings. Enjoy shooting instant film, via polaroid as well via vintage film cameras of all types. Polaroids will be scanned just as they leave the camera without digital adjustment. Makes sense...no?
I grew up with film and darkroom and don't seek out photoshop though I do feel it has a place. Basically I post images just as they leave my Nikon or Canon. I do understand the point of photoshopping a bruise or boo boo but do not "get" altering your face or skin so it looks unnatural. Most of you guys are in your 20's. Is it really necessary to alter your skin when it's at the peak of natural beauty?
I invest a LOT of time and energy in wardrobe, networking for shoots, and my equipment. I am interested in editing video files primarily for dance.
I promise to NEVER shoot you in front of a graffitti wall, train track, or motorcycle!
Note: So far this is my favorite planet! If I find out different... you will be the first to know.