Thursday, May 27, 2010

Panoramas and more…

Every photographer has that one very special person that is your biggest fan. It could be a friend, a relative, a significant other. It could even be your 79 year old grandmother. However, there really is one person that out weighs the rest of the people you know, who admires your photography. Traditionally, from what I have seen, spouses and significant others tend to be the biggest fans. I have quite a few friends, clients, relatives that like my photographs. The clients love them, or they wouldnt keep coming back, but there is one person. One person that just admires my work to the point that it makes a difference in my life, shooting, and way I perceive what I am viewing in life and around me. On Sunday, in addition to what I wrote below, I had a chance to stop and make a few panos that exist because I want you to see the moments I see that make me think about you.

I made these for you. The moments like these that I see, are the moments I want to share with you. It is places like this, moments like these, that have made me stop and think about you.


Field facing tom copy

 Field and fence copy


  This past Sunday was the 2nd of two Sundays that was pretty adventurous in terms of getting out and finding a few places to make photographs. Two of the 3 projects I am working on requires me to get out of the studio and shoot. In doing so I have managed to find myself in some pretty awesome places. You can read a more in depth article about the first Sunday Here on 

This past Sunday has brought me a very good opportunity for our studio. Just this week, we found out that we will be getting an influx of unexpected portraits this summer. So the space that I had found on Sunday has subsequently became a temporary second studio for our business. Click here to see our studio True Resolution While making a few photographs outside the building, I was approached by the two owners. They were very inquisitive as to what I was shooting and why. After a brief introduction, they showed me the interior space, a set of windows I needed for the major of the two projects I have going. Saturated: A Colorful Photographic Exhibition of Contemporary Holyoke Below you will find the images I made of this building. There are a few panoramas I have made from that space and a few made from later in the evening.

The windows you see as an installation piece are no longer standing and the space is going to be cleaned up and utilized as a second studio. We are excited to be shooting in this new space and having a fresh look to our portraits. Our current studio will continue to serve as a smaller space to shoot in, do all our editing, and a place to meet our clients, while this new space will give us a more dynamic space in which to shoot.

 Interior View with windows

View of city hall

Interior View


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Jaime's Photography 413.537.2961 said...

I LOVE the studio space! Thats something that i have always wanted as studio space for myself. Enjoy and best of luck!

Jeffrey Byrnes said...

Thank you very much. It really serves well for what we want to do with it. More panos coming soon with all the sets in place.

Thank you!