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The Blog of Philadelphia Commercial Editorial Photographer Chris Razoyk
I’m working on a series of images for the U.S. Coast Guard Training Center in Cape May, New Jersey; home of Coast Guard Boot Camp. I thought I would start with an image of the Company Commanders who are the people responsible for training the recruits. I thought something dramatic that could portray the intense atmosphere […]
Last night I had the opportunity to shoot Luis Giovanni Paz for this 4 light portrait, he plays goal for one of the local teams here in South Jersey. My intentions were to create three images here… An editorial portrait shot, an action shot and finally a more commercial image that will be put together […]
Steve Williams of Persempre Videos and I collaborated on yet another “making of” video with one of the best football players in the state of New Jersey, Wesley Hills. Wesley works out at a gym I belong to, and I thought it would be a good idea to create some images of him before he […]
For those of you that dabble in photography and are getting comfortable using off camera strobes, setting your camera to rear sync flash or rear-curtain may solve a huge issue you may be having. The reason I am writing this post is because I recently jacked up my last two sports shoots with my camera […]
Sometimes, I think people don’t realize the amount of work that can go into creating just one image. I thought I would give everyone an in-depth look at the interrogation photo I recently put together. There is a really cool machinery room below a 50 meter pool in New Jersey. I wanted to do something […]