My work for ad agencies in the early 1970's was mostly black and white. This shot above of two models for the French Creek Sheep and Wool Company is really a product photo. It is more about the texture and thickness of the wool than the fashion. We did this shoot on a very hot day in July. Fashions are shot way ahead of season. While I enjoy photographing people more than objects, I do like the challenge of using light and camera angle to create an image that really shows the subject clearly and dramatically.
The Ocean Color team also includes photographer Stephen Sessa who took the photo above of a home-built Cobra for our web site Great American Cars. Stepen and I first worked together in 1969 in Philadelphia. He brings the brings the sensitivity of a true artist to his work in the field and is available for assignments in the southeastern U.S.