My client Atlas Air Worldwide asked us to document the arrival and deplaning process of a 747-400 at Fort Lauderdale airport. This was a private charter by the Jacksonville Jaguars and we were required to not show any recognizable people…a challenge to cover the activity and not show any faces! I asked my associates, Andriana […]
Ft. Lauderdale Color Run This was our first Color Run…had little idea of what to expect…except it could be colorful and for cameras, a bit worrisome. Actually, as it turned out, I was more concerned about the foam machines sending clumps of bubbles up into the breeze. Amazingly large crowd of Happy runners and spectators…and […]
Never fails that when you have a group of very busy executives, somebody is not available for the company group portrait. It happens, and we just have to be ready to roll and adjust as necessary. No problem! It’s vital that the lighting style and placement match when adding an individual, or two, into a […]
We recently shot a test video for a prospective client. As a director, I try to control the environment as much as possible, but always leave room for, and look for serendipity. Occasionally, it pays off…as it did here. No one could have scripted this little bit of action.
Today, our dress for work was head to toe, Tyvek. Ready for the clean room…hair net, surgical mask, safety glasses and white lab coat, first set of airlock doors…step on sticky floor pads before putting on shoe covers, second set of airlock doors…remove lab coat, full Tyvek coveralls, Tyvek knee high booties, second hair net […]
Family portraiture is not my usual stick…but for friends and family, I’ll make exceptions, especially if dogs are involved. This was a quickie…Myles, the younger Bouvier des Flandres, was a bit unsure of the flash. Myles was good for about three takes and that was it…enough of this posing stuff! Fortunately, one photo is all […]
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This was a fleeting moment as the moon moves across the face of the sun, the surface irregularities of the moon allow sunlight to peak over the horizon creating this well known visual phenomenon.
What a hoot! I had the opportunity to be in the center of the country at the epicenter of the total solar eclipse as the moon shadow crossed the country. This was a unique experience to share with my siblings, their spouses, nephews and friends. Thanks to my sisters Terry and Marian for having […]
A check in my personal bucket list! I finally made it to Sebring, the iconic sportscar raceway, Sebring International Raceway. Great day of vintage sportscar racing with friends and drivers Kathy Blaha and Mike Banz. See more images at : www.larrygatz.com Sebring 2017 gallery