Chocolate Raspberry Cookie (Taken with Instagram at Jacob Lake Inn)
Lobster legs (Taken with Instagram)
It’s Carlton! (Taken with Instagram at Panospin Studios)
The Catalyst restaurant is in Cambridge, Massachusetts. I was there to photograph it in the morning for their Google Places listing so I didn’t get to stay and eat. See their listing here, http://maps.google.com/maps?q=Catalyst,+300+Technology+Square,+Cambridge,+MA+02139&hl=en&sll=42.363142,-71.091682&layer=c&cid=4565016867519630602&panoid=wuo2OHiCkImVAtpYDoRSQw&cbp=13,9.5„0,0.66&gl=us&hq=Catalyst,+300+Technology+Square,+Cambridge,+MA+02139&t=m&cbll=42.363104,-71.091617&ie=UTF8&hnear=&ll=42.363134,-71.091607&spn=0.00876,0.022048&source=embed
Dancers have such amazing vertical leap. Ask her to jump and she asks how high?
The other cool but less obvious aspect of this photo is that it’s a vinyl floor from Home Depot. The wood pattern looks so realistic! The red wall is a section of crimson paper. The floorboard is just resting there. A large aspect of studio photography is to create sets.
The Law of the Farm. Have you heard of this law? It basically says that for a good outcome, you have to begin your work early, and work on it consistently throughout the days, and at the right time, you’ll enjoy the results of your consistent efforts. If you haven’t tended to the crops all summer long, an extra hard 11th hour harvest will not give you a good yield. An “all-nighter” won’t help here. You can’t harvest what doesn’t exist.