Monthly Archives: April 2016


Anatomy of a bottle shot

When photographing wine bottles, sometimes you need to get far away to get close.

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Real Estate Photography in the Napa Valley

From a recent real estate shoot in Coombsville. One great thing about photographing real estate in the Napa Valley…there are no shortage of amazing homes. This one is going in the 1.6-1.7-million-dollar range. Lighting was […]

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Shooting wine for color

Worked on a fun project for Shafer Vineyards and Andy Demsky, trying to show how wine changes color when it ages. Our problem? We were using Shafer wines, that hold up astonishingly well. I found […]

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Fun in the sun (with food photography, that is)

Fun quick and dirty food shoot at Round Pond Winery yesterday. My favorite thing about shooting food, well, one of them, is how easily it photographs in natural light. I shot these with diffused light from […]

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