Starting today, January 1st, 2012, I’ll be doing a 365 project. If you don’t know what a 365 project is, it’s one photo every day for the whole year. I’ll be carrying around my camera with me at all times and posting one photo on my facebook fan page every day until the end of the year and might do monthly recaps on this website. At the end of the year, I plan to make a book with all the images, all of which will hopefully make me become a better photographer over the course of the year. Check out the facebook album HERE and like the Bryan Harrold Photography Facebook page to keep up with my project!
Here’s the video of the table shoot I shot and edited, produced by Amanda at Bob Hoffman Video and Photography of the Exquisite Weddings table inspiration shoot in the Fall/Winter 2011 issue of the magazine. It was a full day of shooting behind the scenes of the shoot and all the details at Rancho Bernardo Inn. One of my favorite projects at BHVP so far.
Tomorrow is the launch party for the Exquisite Weddings Fall Issue at The Dana… I’m excited because we got a chance to work with the magazine on a video covering their inspiration table photo shoot, which I got to film and edit. Check out the sneak peak and come back for the full edit tomorrow!
Can’t wait for the Mad Media produced TV show I got to shoot on airing September 18th on Fuel TV! Check out the awesome trailer!
Check out my shots at 0:23 and 0:26!
Check out my shots at 0:29, 0:38, and 1:11
The Association of Bridal Consultants just featured another wedding Bob and I shot (assisted by Tara while Tom & Jonathan shot video) at Wilson Creek Winery in Temecula. It was an awesome wedding and gave us some awesome images! Check out the blog post HERE.
I stopped by my parent’s house last night and decided to borrow one of my dad’s old fire helmets to practice some lighting on. I had been thinking about doing this for a while and after pulling the strobes out the other night, I was motivated to do some more work. This is actually a practice session for another shoot I’ll do later with his current helmet and a better background, but I’m happy with the results for a quick setup and shoot.
I come from a long line of firefighters in my family – my dad, my grandpa, 2 great uncles and great grandfather. I always admired the lifestyle and dedication of firefighters because of that and if I weren’t headed in the direction I am going with photography and cinematography, I would have chosen that path as well. When I started heading in a different direction, I felt a sense of guilt for not continuing the legacy. This wasn’t pressure from anyone or anything, but luckily I also have an extremely supportive family whom recognize my passion and skills and help me in any way that they can. So, while I may not continue the tradition, I will continue to support, appreciate and admire all that they do and have done.
Shortly after the Baja 1000, Kelli from Mastercraft picked up one of my photos for a little feature in the Baja 1000 article in the April edition of Off-Road Magazine. It wasn’t my favorite photo of the truck, but still awesome nonetheless. Check it out!
See the rest of the 2010 Baja 1000 Photos HERE.