food.... i trained as a still life shooter originally but got so bored with boxes!
computers, luggage, vacuum cleaners, telephones, printers, dishwashing detergents, perfumes, bug sprays, cleaning supplies, tape dispensers, sofas, chairs, toys, watches, mugs, glasses, sauce pans, frying pans, purses,
shoes......just to name a few metal and plastic forms i have shot over and over again.
give me a drip on a pear any day.
I don't believe I can have a favorite. I like when images go beyond and you see the creativity.
Photography with impact. I love travel photography ( I recently had the opportunity to spend two weeks shooting the Padeung tribe in Myanmar...the women wear those "rings" around their necks). I also love producing conceptual stock photography utilizing a lot of Photoshop work. Any image that evokes an emotional response...whether it is a funny pet picture or a well-crafted stock image...is a good one from my perspective.
Product and architecture
I really enjoy shooting the natural world.
Friendly, smiling people and cityscapes at dusk and dawn.
Oooh, that's tough one, I guess the only way I can answer that is by saying "I love GREAT photography". Because I love both making and viewing many kinds of photography.
I love all types, but if I had to choose a favorite subject, it would be children and animals...they are both so unpredictable and funny.
To view, I love all photography, anything that wows me.
To shoot I love portraiture, travel, landscape, just about anything I guess.
My passion is nature photography although I make my living shooting in the commercial world.
Architecture, more specifically architecture that expresses something well. Good architectural photography reveals the intent of the design and its relationship to historical, cultural, and temporal context.
Portrait Photography is my passion, I think that with photography you have the power to capture the true self of people, the real bonds between two souls and the beauty of the world that surrounds us.