July 2014 Magazine and Editorial Work

Posted July 26th, 2014 by   |  Photography  |  Permalink

We’ve been staying busy around here at Visual Adventures. Here are some tear sheets that were published in July, 2014. The first tear sheets shown below were for a fundraiser we photographed for the NW Furniture Bank. These images ran in South Sound Magazine. The second group of tear sheets were for an article on digital asset management that we contributed to Bottom Line Personal Magazine.

As Josef Scaylea said, “Taking pictures is not good enough, get them published!”

mags





Triptych for GOAL Assignment

Posted March 10th, 2011 by   |  Photography, Software  |  Permalink

Each month I give out a GOAL Assignment that is designed to encourage you photographically. The GOAL Assignment for March, 2011 was to create a triptych. Here’s an example from some photographs I took a couple days ago at the Tacoma Museum of Glass which features work from Dale Chihuly.

Triptych of Tacoma Museum of Glass. Nikon D700, 14-24mm f2.8.

Triptych of Tacoma Museum of Glass. Nikon D700, 14-24mm f2.8.

I took each photo in the series with a Nikon D700 and a Nikon 14-24mm f2.8. I was photographing a fundraiser event called the Chair Affair for a local charity called the NW Furniture Bank. During the event, I stepped outside to shoot some images of the building at dusk in order to add another dimension to my coverage. I’ll detail how I put together the triptych in next month’s newsletter.





NWFB Chair Affair Images Posted

Posted April 28th, 2010 by   |  Photography  |  Permalink
Tacoma Art Museum

Tacoma Art Museum

A couple months ago, the Northwest Furniture Bank held a fund raiser for their non-profit organization. The founder of the NW Furniture Bank asked me to take photos of the event to show off the people and the chairs. The images are up on their Facebook page now and it is fun to look at event all over again!

Here’s a link to the pics:

http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=175621&id=236196820862&ref=mf





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