Thursday, October 29, 2009
I would like to congratulate Christine Rosado on her new headshots. It was a pleasure photographing her in the studio and outdoors in the Chelsea area of Manhattan.
Christine is a lively and fun person. She's also a friend of mine.
Keep your eyes out for her in the new play, "In Due Season" by Elaine Glover, at Harvest Fields in the Bronx during the first weekend of December (http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/event.php?eid=154801606129&ref=mf)
Christine Rosado Headshots - Images by Joseph Dominick
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
I love the gritty texture here of Genesis with the clouds brooding in the background. It feels like the Miami heat is beating down on her in this South Bronx exterior.
Urban Fine Art
Monday, October 19, 2009
Originally uploaded by JosephDominick
Jasmine wanted some lovely portraits of herself, so we spent the morning walking in Central Park.
This is the first photo I began working on. I find the Black & White really highlights the beauty and the softness of Jasmine's character. Her eyes are strong, determined, and yet still searching.
Thursday, October 15, 2009
In the fight against Leukemia, I would like to introduce you to my young friend Olivia via this brief photo slideshow.
Follow this link (http://bit.ly/37lEg4) Enter the Password: Hero
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Monday, October 12, 2009
Below are two portraits which did not make it into the final selection of headshots. So of course I pimped them out.
I categorize these under Lifestyle Photography.
The first one below is what I call "Strictly Gangsta":
The next one I call "Grunge/Rock Star":
Saturday, October 10, 2009
Thursday, October 1, 2009
So I resorted to doing self-portraits. Inspired by the phenomenon of my MySpace friends at the time, I photographed myself. I actually got some great portraits. One of my favorite self-portraits I even designed into a business card. Who would have thought?
It would have been so much easier if I knew someone who took good photos. So the moral of the story is find a good photographer who knows how to make you look good. And if that doesn't work, photograph yourself. Just please, no more bathroom mirror self-portraits. There are too many of them out there online. :0)
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