Last summer when I started my SnapChat account, I began posting an image each time I arrived on-set at a location.
It became a fun way for me to share just how different my job site is each and every time I shoot.
Over time I realized that it was another way capture my first impressions of any given setting.
With each location offering its own unique set of challenges and benefits.
I believe this helped me learn to take stronger photos by utilizing the unique element of any given environment.
After snapping my image; my next step after arriving on-site is to explore my surroundings for light, eye-lines and optimal conditions.
While surveying, it occurred to me that this was a perfect opportunity to sharpen my skills at taking hand-held panoramas and another way for me to notice the unique properties of a location.
Some images were quickly captured on my iPhone, others more deliberately on my Cannon. Each photo represents a diverse day of shooting on assignment & on-the-road.
Each image excercise is meant to highlight a glimpse into shooting on assignment. Utilizing both the panorama, and the inital on-set photo has led to helping me adapt my images to the strength of any given space.
It has also become a fun way for me challenge myself, share diverse content and show my office for the day. :)