Beneath The Surface sits a metal bar anchoring his sternum and ribs in place from Pectus excavatum. In a few weeks it will be two years with the bar. He’s now taller, stronger, faster, happier and healthier.
This photo was inspired by ludumdare theme “Beneath the surface” that I participated in.
The x-ray is a photo I took of his x-ray shown to us after surgery. The main key light is a beauty dish set at 1/2 power elevated just above his head on angled down about 40 degrees. Behind him is a speed light set at 3/4 power with a light blue gel. Shot with my Canon 5DMKII with a 24-105 lens. Camera was set at 1/100 sec at f/22, ISO 200. It was processed with Nik Software and Photoshop CC.
Going through my archives today I found an image of Ryan Mendez recording a guitar track in studio. This is one of many photos I took of Yellowcard recording their album “Southern Air” at my friend Neal Avron‘s studio. I don’t remember if I ever posted this one since it was taken a little over two years ago! With the Detroit Red Wings in the playoffs I thought this would be an appropriate image to share with Yellowcard and Red Wings fans.
I’ve been focusing a lot on my software company Sputnik Games that I’ve having been giving my photography the attention that I want to give. I’m changing changing that. I’m kicking it off with some fitness photos and a couple of portraits in the next week. To start, here is Trent of Pit Fitness pulling a lot of weight on a sled.