I Pledge Allegiance...

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

This is a continuation of my last post from Washington DC. I've always thought flags have been an interesting subject to photograph. You could take a picture every second and the picture would be completely different as long as there is some kind of wind blowing. What better place to find lots of flags then the nation's capitol. Here are some variations that I took.


Perfect Timing

Saturday, December 26, 2009

Last weekend I took a trip to Washington DC for a much needed vacation. I was hoping to get to a bunch of museums and all the monuments, but one of the biggest snowstorms in DC history put a stop to that. The entire city was pretty much shut down. Museums, Restaurants, stores, all closed up for the weekend. Although I didn't come away with as many photos as I had hoped, here's some I did come away with.

Yep. That's the White House. In the blizzard. And that was only the early part of the storm.

The next day. Big difference after the storm passed. You can actually see things.

The Treasury building. After the snow stopped falling, the next day, there must've been at least 10-15 people shoveling a walkway to the door.

We were even closer to the Washington Monument in the blizzard and we had no idea.

The sign that the snowman is holding says, "Global Warming" with a big slash through it.

I just thought this was a cool looking sign.

Who doesn't love icicles? Just don't get your tongue stuck when you try to lick them!

People attempting to cross country ski in front of the monument. Kinda wierd...?

Lincoln Memorial. We didn't actually make it that far!

Check back soon for my next post. I took quite a bit of flag pictures.


Macro without a Macro

Monday, November 30, 2009

Last week was my 5 year anniversary and of course I had to get her favorite flowers, Lilies. The sad part is, they never last long enough, so this time I decided to take a few time-lasting photographs.



Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Recently, The Phantom of the Opera hit a major theatrical milestone. Not only is it the longest running show in Broadway history, but they just reached an amazing 9000 performances. Broadwayspace.com contacted me to shoot the event.

To make that performance extra special, unannounced to the audience, the producers had the legendary composer, Andrew Lloyd Webber, director/producer Harold Prince, and original choreographer Gillian Lynne.

They rushed some photographers and myself up to the stage right as the show ended. That's when the cast gave their bows and the Phantom had the "9000" cake brought out.

To see the rest of my photos click here. http://www.broadwayspace.com/photo/photo/slideshow?albumId=1159669:Album:365199


No Business Like Show Business

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Every year Broadway has a big concert in the middle of Time Square to welcome in the rookie Broadway shows and celebrate the ones continuing to perform. They call the event "Broadway On Broadway." This year, I was hired to shoot the event for Broadwayspace.com (A Social Network for people who love theater, you should check it out!) I have never been to a "Broadway On Broadway" concert and especially not as press, but I had a lot of fun.

Here are some of the photos. You can check out the rest on the link at the bottom of this post.

Check out the rest of my photos here:


Break-Time's Over!

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

During the first week of August, my aunt asked me to bring my camera equipment to her son's wedding. Sometimes, the hired photogs don't necessarily take everything you want them to and sometimes there are just certain people they can't get because they're so busy with the bride and groom, rightfully so.

They did hire professional wedding photographers, so I tried to stay out of their way as much as possible, while still capturing what I felt was interesting. It was actually my first time "shooting" a wedding, so I learned a lot and since have become interested in shooting more events.

In total, I took about 400 photographs, I've posted a few for your viewing pleasure. If you were at this wedding and would like copies of any of my photographs, you can reach me at BradResnick@gmail.com.


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