A beautiful autumn day in Central Park looking across The Lake at the buildings along Central Park West. The scene was captured on the iPhone 4S and post-processed on the iPhone with an app from Nik Software called Snapseed. I highly recommend the app for your iPhone or iPad. Very intuitive and fun to play with the [...]
An amazing sunset reflected against the clouds over New York City’s Columbus Avenue inspired me to experiment with something new for me… HDR. HIgh Dynamic Range imaging lets the photographer capture a wide range of highlights, shadows and colors using a several images merged together and manipulated with photo processing software. This image is a [...]
Norwegian photographer Terje Sorgjerd recently published some inspirational videos on his Vimeo page that are now going viral. Two standouts for me were his works titled “The Mountain” and “The Aurora.” These amazingly beautiful videos were both shot with an HD DSLR camera.
You’ve gotta love the results of shooting during that golden hour the first thing in the morning, but for us non-morning people… could we schedule sunrise around noon? Cocoa Beach Florida… Monday Sunrise Cocoa Beach… Saturday Sunrise These images were from a series of shoots with Orlando-based model Sergio Chang. Images of Sergio [...]
Behind the scenes with the Sports Illustrated photography staff at Super Bowl XLV. Video by Max Morse for Sports Illustrated.
The Cloud. The wave of the future. Storing all your important files, pictures, music in ‘the cloud’ so that it’s instantly available from anywhere you have internet access. Sounds like a great idea… a perfect world. But, is that silver lining in The Cloud a little tarnished? The Cloud is only as good as the [...]
Photographers have had their rights affirmed by the judicial system. According to the New York Times’ Lens blog and author David W. Dunlap, a ruling made last October has now been redacted to cover not only courthouses, but all federal buildings.
This video captures the huge flakes from today’s snow on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
After far too long, I’ve finally updated my photography website. This is all a part of a life transition for me. After 23 years, I left ABC News in 2010 as a part of a corporate downsizing. It seemed like a great time to turn a hobby into a money-making endeavor. So as we begin [...]
A fascinating look behind the scenes of what goes into making those SD and CF cards you slide into your camera every day. From the description included with the YouTube video… Lexar, a division of Micron technology, is a leading global provider of memory products for digital media. Check out this behind the scenes look [...]
I’m switching to WordPress for my photography blog. Importing my blog post from the last few years on Blogger. I’m also able to tie to my PhotoShelter account and easily import my images directly into a post complete with automatic watermarking. The PhotoShelter software also allows me to sell prints and downloads through an e-commerce [...]
2010 was a very good year as far as my photography was concerned. I learned a lot at several workshops I attended in New York as well as from a bunch of online webinars. I also got to meet these people below. I love New York for it’s diversity of people… of models and actors [...]
The warm and cozy view from inside my apartment looking out the back window at the ‘blizzard’ today. It’s still coming down. Back Window Snowfall from Michael Huitt on Vimeo. This was my first video from my new Nikon D7000 camera coupled with a Nikon 85mm f1.4 lens. Edited on iMovie.
I’ve been playing with book publishing courtesy Adorama Pix in New York City. I put together images from my trip back to my home state of Kansas this past summer into a book. You can preview (or even purchase) the book by clicking on the book’s image above… Also working on a book of select [...]
I worked with the very talented Oleksandr Reheylo, a.k.a. Alex, in November to update his portfolio. It was a fantastic photo shoot and we came up with several great shots. See below. Alex posted on his Facebook this week that he was booked by MTV to model on the show “The Seven” in a fashion [...]
Had a ‘dee-lightful’ photo shoot with Dee Whitter earlier this week. Dee was awesome to work with. Extremely professional with great input into the creative process. Here are some of the images we created together…
Portfolio – Michael Huitt Photography from Michael Huitt on Vimeo. An updated portfolio video of my portraits created on Animoto.com.
Aiden Dhaval from Michael Huitt on Vimeo. Aiden grew up in Vermont and is currently working on a Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering in Florida. I’ve shot with Aiden several times over the past couple of years. This video highlights some of the work we’ve done together.
175 shots taken every 5 seconds on the iTimeLapse application on my iPhone 4.
It’s been forever since I’ve updated the blog… here’s some of my work from the last part of 2009… Joe Smirh – November 2009 Joe Smirh – November 2009 Joe Smirh – November 2009 Yuriy Bogish – November 2009 DW Chase – November 2009 DW Chase – November 2009 DW Chase – November 2009 Michael [...]
I’ve done three shoots over the past few months with Paul Bermudez, a model represented by the Ford Modeling Agency. All three shoots were a lot of fun. Paul is very easy-going and great to work with. He’s always contributing ideas to the shoot. He’s not only a great model to shoot… but has become [...]
I’ve had the Alien Bee ABR800 ringflash for a while now, but had never really used it until this past month. It takes a little getting used to, but I’m liking the results so far. Two of the most recent experiments… Comments, suggestions welcome. – Post From My iPhone
Had a great shoot today with Joe Lee. He’s hoping to shop around to agencies this week in New York.
A few additional shots from the most recent shoot with Karim… – Posted From My iPhone