Steve recently participated in the development of the Chester County Library system Value to the County advocacy initiative. Peggy Wadsworth, Staff Development and Community Advocacy Coordinator remarked, “Working with you when you were taking the photos and watching you interact with the people and the conversations you had with them, helped me further define the project. The images really tell the story.”
Ok, my family wouldn’t be caught dead doing this but hey, I am a thrill seeker. Firestone asked me to go up for my annual fall shoot. We started off in New Jersey and headed up to Newark, NJ to shoot the Prudential Arena and then off to the Hudson River near the Statue of Liberty to shoot the Liberty National Country Club. (God that NYC air traffic is crazy…I had one eye on the prize and the other eye on my life and traffic). We then headed off to shoot around Giant Stadium and finally to Scanton, PA. As you […]
Hankin Library Display – Chester County Photographer Recently, Visual Technology and Carl Whitney Bucks, were asked to submit work to the Hankin Library for display. These images are of Chester County and the surrounding Philadelphia area. You will see a broad spectrum of work that spans product photography, location and architectural photography. Carl Whitney Bucks mentored Steve Bayles through out the years and currently resides in Florida. Today Steve photographs for many fortune 500 companies as well as privately held manufacturers. They are proud to display this work through Oct 16th, 2009. Hankin Library 215 Windgate Drive Chester Springs, PA […]
I was shooting an event at the River Sharks Ball Club in Camden NJ and watched this storm roll in over the New Philadelphia Skyline… NICE! Hand signed original prints are available for sale. A terrific corporate gift idea. Please call (484) 713-5350 for pricing and volume discounts.
What a cool helicopter! I thought I had a month to pull this shoot together, however the designer called me up a day later and told me that the magazine agreed to get us in early. Time to Scramble! 2 days to get a model and set up the shoot…wow. This bird goes 380 mph forward and 80 mph sideways. This is what makes my job so much fun. Thanks for the memories David Kale
What we do a for a “Simple Product Shot” We constantly have clients and prospects asking “It is just a simple product shot, why will it cost that much?” It is not that we are expensive, we are middle of the road as far as pricing is concerned. Well the long and the short of it is, in this case, that because this product is reflective on many sides we needed to set up a rig to hold it; hand positioning is critical for size relationship and no hand model is that good. You want it clipped to a 255 […]