Chicago photographer album artwork photoshoot

Headshots: Marshall Titus Album Cover

For this shoot I tried something new. I decided to use one of my two new twin 1200-watt HMI movie lights as my main light and then I used two two-foot Kino Flo lights to strip either side of the subjects face. By using continuous lighting I was able to see the light in real time which was so much more fun than shooting with electronic flash and imagining what the light would look like when the strobes fired.

Farmer Dale Tuholski drives a four-wheeker through his cornfield next to a new pivot-irrigation system in Mill Creek, Indiana, June 11, 2012. When the weather doesnÕt cooperate, and the price of corn being what it is, you canÕt afford to go without rain,Ó said Tuholski, whose family installed seven new pivot-irrigation systems on their farm this year Ð and planHOLD FOR RELEASE-Farmer Dale Tuholski drives a four-wheeker through his cornfield next to a new pivot-irrigation system in Mill Creek, Indiana, June 11, 2012. When the weather doesnÕt cooperate, and the price of corn being what it is, you canÕt afford to go without rain,Ó said Tuholski, whose family installed seven new pivot-irrigation systems on their farm this year Ð and plan to purchase more. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES) to purchase more. REUTERS/John Gress

Irrigating Indiana

I can’t say that I have ever taken photos before while riding on a four wheeler. I also can’t say what possessed me to shoot this photo at arms length. But I can say that I’m surprised my knee isn’t in the photo!