Attention to Detail

I did a shoot in Andhra Pradesh for a development company at the beginning of July. I thought I had been hired to do interiors for finished residential projects, but I mostly shot infrastructure. I did one interior shoot in an impressive apartment of a pilot. This is his entertainment room...

One hand held speedlite in the corner pointed at the recliners

One of the things I've found frustrating here in India is getting detailed information before a shoot. It seems I go in blind even though I demand more details. And somehow an infrastructure project turned into a portrait shoot of one of the directors.

One speedlite shot through translucent lite disc in front and to
the left of the subject. One bare speedlite behind and to the left.

I am leaving Monday for a week back in Hampi and then flying to Malaysia for a week. I hopefully will have something to show from both of these trips. (My camera is being repaired by Canon India, and it's up in the air whether the camera will be finished by monday morning. They've had my 50mm lens for a month and half, so I'm becoming doubtful.)

D. Scott Clark

I've worked all over her globe with a diverse set of clients that offer a diverse set of challenges; every one of them a learning opportunity. Whether I'm hanging off a frozen waterfall shooting ice climbing or in a studio working with a model I am adapting, learning, and improving. I've created a mobile studio in the middle of a wild adventure race in southern Patagonia and fought with monkeys to keep my grapes in southern India. Whatever the challenge I will get the shot.

With my photography background firmly formed in the commercial advertising arena, I bring that attention to detail and technical process to adventure photography. And I've spent my entire life adventuring, so I can get any angle you can imagine.

I feel very fortunate to live in such a beautiful place as Boulder, CO. When I'm not shooting for clients I'm out climbing rocks or frozen waterfalls, or cruising down in the backcountry on my skis.

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