Action Video with Yamaha
I have always had creativity in my genes. My grandfather was a hobbyists photographer. My aunt is an abstract painter. I started photography in the 8th grade. Somehow never got into shooting video until 6 years ago. Seemed like there was always plenty to learn with just photography. For those of you that don’t know me. The last 6 years or so I have been fortunate to be part of a production crew that shoots photography and video for Yamaha Motorsports. As a commercial photographer with a strong background in automotive photography, a lot of the concepts for motorcycle photography were very easy to pickup. It was inevitable that a video camera would end up in my hands.
Motion story telling came naturally. As you can imagine there are entirely too many videos to post them all so here are a few recent releases. I would tell you which clips are mine but that would get too tedious. I’m just thrilled to be involved in this team effort. These videos are a ton of work and coordinating but, a total blast to shoot. Someday I am gonna track down some of my still images from these shoots to add to my Product Photography page.
Phoenix commercial photography and video
Pay no attention to this down here. I’m just gonna take a few minutes to add some more words to this post. The powers that be think a blog post should be 300 words or more. Therefore, additional words need to be added. Luckily, this doesn’t mean more content. It just means more words. So long as Steve Craft and other Phoenix commercial photographers are not nosing around down here things should be fine. lol Phew, down to my last thirty or so words. In conclusion, this site is more about photography than blogging. More about commercial photography and more about product photography.
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