Four years ago I visited Wareham, MA to attend the annual Cranberry Harvest Celebration. Far too many photos, and a few videos can be seen here. This year, I returned after a four year hiatus (because I forgot the event existed). I, and my friends, had an amazing time. The highlight–literally–was a helicopter ride, a… Read more »
Posts By: Clinton Blackburn
My Meetup group hosted a shoot last week where I had the chance to work with four wonderful models and chat with a few fellow photographers. We ended up shooting in Boston around the Copley Square area. All told, this wasn’t a bad way to spend a Saturday. I especially enjoyed shooting the punk series…. Read more »
Here are a few shots from tonight’s July 4th Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular. For those wondering, I shot with a Promaster variable neutral density (ND) filter. This allowed for long exposures (6-25s) with wide apertures (f/4-5.6). Since the filter is variable and the show only lasted a half hour, I didn’t have time to take note… Read more »
My cousin, Preston, popped the question to his girlfriend, Brittney, earlier this year; so, while I was visiting Dallas, we did an engagement shoot. The shoot happened to coincide with the conclusion of a visit to a museum with my siblings and nieces, thus it was a family affair! Emma, my oldest–7 years old–niece was… Read more »
This past weekend Michelle and I visited New York City for her birthday. How she managed to survive thirty years without having visited NYC is beyond me. We had a wonderful time exploring Manhattan and managed to navigate through Times Square, check out Grand Central Terminal, Central Park, The Met, Empire State Building…and Macy’s. I… Read more »
I recently returned from a weeklong vacation–my first in a few years–to Los Angeles. I had a wonderful time seeing old friends and meeting new ones and, of course, taking pictures. In addition to LA, I made an unplanned side-trip to Las Vegas to catch O by Cirque du Soleil and a side-side-trip to Hoover Dam!… Read more »
I once again had the pleasure of shooting a show for the Boston New Music Initiative. Last night’s concert, Memory & Reflection, took place at the Longy School of Music and was another hit show!
About two months ago, I received a call from Rachel Losordo asking if I could do a photoshoot for her that same weekend. The shoot was for the cover of Smart Tan magazine and I gladly accepted. While I have no interest in tanning (mine is natural), I do enjoy paid shoots–even more so when… Read more »
Last week, I once again shot a concert for the Boston Music Initiative. This time we were at Ryle’s Jazz Club in Cambridge. A few of my favorite shots are below.
Here are a few more shots of the aftermath of Nemo. A few Engineers took to building tunnels and igloos in Cambridge!