Doctor Fox & Family
Doctor Fox & Family
Doctor Fox & Family
Or outdoor photography is lot of fun… for me and for my clients. It’s actually a great way to bring people together. Almost like an event and many families treat it that way. After all some family members travel a great distance to be photographed together with their parents and siblings.
I’ve been photographing families on the south coast for some years now and its always a blast to get a group together.
Many of my clients summer on the coast and I enjoy it so much when the stop by or call to say hi!
Please feel free to inquire about pricing and scheduling I’d be happy to reply.
It was an angry November day, mother nature darken the skies with a heavy blanket of clouds, very curious considering what was about to happen. On this day the 19th, of November 2007, in south Dartmouth Massachusetts an historical event was about to unfold.
On the count down to imploding time, about 11:32 AM, an assembly of anxious onlookers gathered on the beach, in fields, parking lots and in boats they were there to witness this maritime landmarks demise. A local historical event that would be known to these few on-lookers that, no longer would you sail across the bay using this massive Radome as your navigational aid. From that November day onward you would have to rely on your compass or navigation chart to show you the way. Peering the landscape looking for some sort of marker would reveal little now, the Radome is gone. Another name you might be familiar with is the Colonel Green’s Radar.
I suppose it was much like an execution, sentenced to death by explosion, or should I say imploding as I was told by the locals. The funny thing is, the technical term for imploding is: the collapse or cause to collapse violently inward. As you can see from the photos that I captured this was more like an explosion than a imploding.
History is captured by the lens, landmarks such as this can only be appreciated by the photos your lucky enough to enjoy. The Round Hill Radome is one of these treasures, and this is your chance to own one of the these master pieces. Captured frame by frame as she went crashing down with one loud UN-approving Boom!
This lovely home is located on Buzzards Bay, in Marion Mass.
I like food photography assignments… although at times they can be nerve racking. Black Bass Dartmouth Mass was different, for the most part It all depends on the Chef and the staff as to how well organized they are. The trick is to shoot the food while its hot- to me it seems to bring out the color and of course the steam radiating from the food helps. You don’t always see it in the shot but overall I like to shoot right out of the kitchen.
I shoot food with all kinds of lighting systems, I have a portable Hensel lighting kit/strobes that are high output. And I also have a large kit by Arri, hot lights, and various florescent kits. If I’m shooting near windows I prefer to shoot with 5000K florescent lights. If I’m shooting inside of an elegant restaurant with candle light then I’m inclined to use 300 watt Arri tungsten at about 3K kelvin.
In all cases I use a tripod and camera remote with my Nikon D3’s. And while I do use toothpicks, hand-towels microwaved wet for steam ( at times ) I don’t get into the motor oil, glue, shoe polish and all that stuff. I try to keep things as natural as possible.
I photographed this session at the Black Bass Restaurant in Padanaram Village in South Dartmouth, MA. The staff was great- and so was the food, or so I hear. Actually it looked so good I went back on the weekend!
James Ring is the Author of Necessary Assets. My company Slocum Studio built his website jamesring.com.
His book is about al-Qaeda and the threat of a terrorism attack on the US. Jim is a retired FBI agent living in Boston, MA.
Jim hired me to do a web video for his site. This was shot in my studio in Dartmouth Mass.
This was fun… shooting food at Goat Cottage Farm, out in Westport MA. First was the ride, I drove a 1/2 mile down a dirt road to a remolded farm house. What a fabulous setting and the views of open fields must be stunning in the spring an summer.
Their bakery specializes in gluten-free classic sweets and savories using alternative grains. The bakery is located in Westport’s historical farms – uses only certified gluten-free ingredients as well as their own farm fresh eggs. If your looking for the best gluten free baked goods you have to check these guys out. Goat Cottage Farm email them at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 508-636-2916
Milhench Supply Company is located in the New Bedford Industrial Park. their the leading distributors of janitorial washroom supplies, paper and packaging. The company was started in 1932 and is in the third generation of ownership. They have their own fleet of trucks and offer fast delivery to Eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
Heike Milhench President on Milhench Supply Company is featured in this movie. We filmed her at her headquarters.