Entries by Michael LoBiondo

The Last Days of Summer…

Summer’s end is here.  We had a great summer and as the projects get complete, we will share more of our favorite images (ya’know, the client wants them first!!). We traveled up and down the east coast from Ft. Lauderdale to Parsippany (that’s New Jersey) with a range of projects from industrial to lifestyle. We even […]

Through The Looking Glass

The problem with shooting glass is the glass can act like a mirror; it  sees everything in the background, plus all of my production lights and sometimes me, behind the camera. The cool thing about shooting glass is it can create fabulous reflections of your subject. It’s all a matter of angle or “perspective,” as […]

Let’s Take A Bus Ride…

CATS, the Charlotte Area Transit System, asked us to photograph some of their new bus decals to freshen the image library and promote ridership. …We got to shoot from dawn until dusk, from 40 degrees to 90 degrees. Multiple models and crew, different lighting styles, and lots of walking…and every now and then, a bus […]

Sometimes, the best way is through…

Sometimes, the most literal image isn’t the one that communicates the best.  An example of this is photographing surgical students in a cadaver lab.  Yes, body parts everywhere, in various stages of surgery.  If you’re shooting for images that depict the students, how they concentrate, how they look while working, it may not be the […]

Healthcare Education Shoot on Hospital Campus

  In the healthcare world, there are nurses and folks that take care of you before the doctor gets to you. They need training on all the various tests and things that the doctors use to treat you…how to draw blood, stick in an intravenous drip, check blood pressure and other things that take education […]

Chemical Industrial Shoot

This project involved mixed lighting and both interiors and exteriors. They had just finished a major upgrade so all the spaces were very clean.  This helps because you don’t spend a lot of time trying to hide backgrounds, trash, and other things. We also had both hands on work and lots of technical items to […]