Portrait, Commercial & Time Lapse Photographer

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Timelapse – Ceiling Repair

Timelapse – Ceiling Repair

Recently I worked with Lind Restoration & Remodeling on a home ceiling repair.  The ceiling had to be patched, the old popcorn removed, repainted and new popcorn applied to match the rest of the house.  The project took a few days because of drying time […]

Retaining Wall Time Lapse

Retaining Wall Time Lapse

Here is a short video I made for Lind Restorations.  The video is a time lapse of the first of many walls that will be rebuilt on a property in New Jersey.  Railroad ties were stacked up to create a 6 foot wall, and another […]

Lost Powershot S90 at Soyuzivka in Kerhonkson, New York

Lost Powershot S90 at Soyuzivka in Kerhonkson, New York

I had the misfortune of losing my Canon Powershot s90 while in Kerhonkson, NY.   I was at Soyuzivka Ukrainian Resort on Sunday night, probably in Trembita Lounge, when the camera was lost.  The camera is small and black, with a little metal peg sticking out of the bottom.   If found please email me at Ayaniuk@gmail.com   I am more upset about losing the photos that were on the card, as those cannot be replaced.

Thank you for your Help~

Andrew


How To Create a Time Lapse Video- Part 1

How To Create a Time Lapse Video- Part 1

…I enjoy making time-lapse videos. It’s nice to see the things in life that seem to take a long time magically happen before your eyes…

Long Shutter Speeds = Light Trails

Long Shutter Speeds = Light Trails

…Long exposures are a great way to play with light trails, and “paint” with light…

Jeep Photoshoot May 15th 2010

Jeep Photoshoot May 15th 2010

I had the pleasure of shooting the lovely model Kvita last weekend with my 2004 Jeep Wrangler in the woods of New Jersey.   I shot using a Canon EOS 40D and a Canon 35-350mm Lens.
I lit the shot using a Canon ST-E2 Transmitter & Canon 580 EX II flash with a 1/4 CTO gel to warm the scene and a Honl 1/4 Grid to focus the light. Some shots also had a Canon 580 EX flash as fill on camera.  A small reflector was also used on Kvita to add a bit of highlight.

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