Now that winter has finally subsided (fingers crossed), I wanted to take a look back at what was a picturesque winter on the Indiana University Bloomington campus. As a native Hoosier, February has always been my least favorite month of the year. This isn’t even taking into account the once-in-a-century global pandemic. One thing that did brighten my spirits this year, however, was the snow. It gave me an excuse to get outdoors, chase some squirrels and make a few pictures. In Bloomington we don’t normally get this much snow so it was a real treat to capture the campus in a different weather perspective.[Read more…] about Winter Wonderland at Indiana University Bloomington
About a month ago I had the opportunity to photograph some faculty members in the Piano Department at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. My goal going in was to create a simple and replicable headshot style. I fired one Profoto B1 camera right feathering the light across the subjects’ faces through a 36-inch octa softbox. The texture in the background is a limestone wall about four feet behind the subjects.