Manhattan Beach CA. October 24th 2013
Linda and Keith’s Talking Rock Home.
As a portrait photographer, I personally have very little experience shooting homes or real estate. Other then the occasional wedding venue or my own home. So things like perspective and and lines may be a off to some peoples standards. But I was honored to have their full confidence in me and am so glad they loved the final results!
Fitness shoot with Jeremy
Another portfolio fitness shoot. This one was done in downtown Phoenix,
we were super rushed with light and I hadn’t done really any location scouting before hand. So we really “winged it” but im happy with the results, its always good for me to work quick and stay on my toes in a scenario like this. This shoot was all shot with my Canon 5Dmk2 and 1 Einstein™ E640 with a large soft box. post production was done with lightroom 4 with the exception of some cloning done in CS4
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Gorman Ridge Rally 2013
Last weekend (at the age of 19) was my Little brothers first rally race.
The race was held in about an hour north of LA in a place called Gorman Ridge. It was convenient that i was on my way home from Seattle/Canada that weekend and it happened to be on my way home. I arrived with only 10 mins to spare before his first stage. Unfortunately they 1st gear blew on the start of the first stage. the limped the car through the rest of the stages still ending up 7th in AWD Open class. (he’s driving the black/white Subaru GC8 *top pic) with hardly any time to grab gear I just ran out onto the course with my 7D and luckily caught a few sweet photos on one of the jumps at the end of stage 3.
Hope you enjoy this little series from the weekend.-Lear
Top of the world ride.
Before my “Canadian Open” race run at Crankwrox this year a few friends and I went up to the “top of the world” trail in whistler, I had to bring my camera seeing as I had never ridden it before. The fog was thick and it was one of the coldest summer days whistler had. But we braved the weather and it was well worth it. One of the most epic rides ive ever done with almost 5,000 feet of descending through whistler mt bike park. Needless to say my legs were jello before my race run. But im stoked with the couple of cool shots I got of Cody Johnson shredding a demo bike.
Everything seen here was taken on my canon 7D with a 70-200mm 2.8L using all natural light and process through lightroom 4.
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