I often say that I am on the wrong side of the desk in this business. I see the layouts and estimate the jobs that bring our photographers all over the world. I email them while they are in the Bahamas, Skype with them while they are in South Africa, hear about the latest hip hotel they tried out in NY and see photos of wrap dinners all around the world. If I were on the other side of the desk, I could be out there with them on all those cool shoots. Instead, I live vicariously through them.
Well, Chris Crisman had a shoot of a lifetime recently, and I would have LOVED to have attend. Not only did he get to unrestricted access to Virgin Galactic, but he met Sir Richard himself.
I think I need to start speaking up and offer my services as a roadie!
The shoot was a once in a lifetime experience for sure, it is no wonder he wrote a three part blog post about it. Link to the posts below to see behind the scenes of his day.
PART I: The Spaceport
Part II: The Features
Part III: The Cover
As anyone in this business knows, it is never an easy task to design a new website. The design alone is a huge undertaking and then the uploading and sequencing always adds weeks to an already long schedule! Congratulations to you and your studio for a job well done! The images are large, the navigation easy, there are portfolios and libraries to review and the grid view is pretty cool. Check it out yourself here.
And, if you like what you see and what to view his portfolio, that is easy enough. We have a video of it here for you.
By now you should have received the latest At Edge Macroview 13. As always, it is full of talented photographers and inspiring imagery. At Edge always does an incredible job curating the work that is being produced by the photographers advertising in their invite only publication. It always an honor to be seen with the other photographers that are showcased in the book.
This month, it is particularly exciting in that At Edge has featured Chris Crisman on the cover. The image is a popular one whenever we show the portfolio. It is of Tumblr CEO, David Karp.
Link here to see the blog post Chris shared about the shoot.