The only guarantees in life are death and taxes they say right? Well, it couldnt be more true than with my old Canon 1d mk3, I killed it, but I didnt pay taxes on it when I bought it new since it was a business purchase, so one out of two isn’t bad here. [...]
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I am posting this for close friend and fellow photographer Sang An whom is participating with his partner Bob Bathrick on a 545 mile cycling tour from San Frans to L.A June 5-11th. The funds raised from this goes to benefit the San Fransisco AIDS foundation, and the L.A Gay & Lesbian Center. Last year [...]
Recently I have had a few meetings with potential clients for upcoming shoots, and I took the opportunity to put together a straightforward and simple leave behind promo piece. These were produced in house on my Canon and printed on Moab paper. hand trimmed, scored and folded. Simple, effective, done!
I know this has been circulated before, but I still really enjoy watching this. I admire the composition and am so amazed that this is all computer generated. Such fantastic work! credit to The third & the seventh The Third & The Seventh from Alex Roman on Vimeo.
I have had the pleasure over the past 2 years of shooting the finished projects of ML Interior Design, a interior design and decorating firm based out of Maplewood NJ.Marisa Lafiosca and I were introduced by a fellow friend/ colleague Lorie Combias who is the owner of The Muddy Boot Antiques in Summit NJ whom [...]
A few weeks ago, I was hired by a new client Innovative carpets to shoot installations they had done in two new high end hotels that have recently opened up in NYC. The first was the Chatwal Hotel on west 44th st, which is a stunning renovation of the building keeping a great deal of [...]
I just finished shooting a quick job for G Select who has an exclusive on a fantastic book you should check out. Stuck Up Piece of Crap highlights the most influential underground graphic designs and street art stickers that have been around for generations and kind of had its own cult following. This copy is [...]
It was that time of year again. I had gotten a call from the Central Jersey VW society asking me if I would be interested in shooting this years featured vehicle for their awards poster since last years bug shot was such a success. Of course I jumped at the opportunity to pull a rabbit [...]
Something wicked STILL IS COMING…… I just have to get caught up with work!
Recently I had the pleasure of working with a new client CJ’s Favorites who brought me in to shoot their product line of cookies. They are a emerging company in the gourmet cookie and dessert market and wanted imagery that reflected a simple yet artistic take on what they provided. With limited budget and an [...]
I really must apologize to the thousands of readers to my blog for the recent radio silence that has been up here. I assure you that it is all for good reason though. I have undertaken a project that when finished will be so bitchin that once you see it you will understand. I don’t [...]
Just a cool short clip done by Bandito Brothers Motion production for a BFG tire commercial
I remember years ago getting a promo from BMW that featured a number of short films that were done by various people that incorporated their latest models in the stories. I always found this one to be my favorite. It’s cool, fast, and clever. Enjoy!
A while back on this blog I had mentioned that I had a new project in the works that I would soon be launching. Well, after it taking on a life of its own, and getting pushed back due to other more pertinent work, it’s finally done and up. It can be found on my [...]
I have just received my new business cards yesterday and I am very pleased to share them. I would like to extend my thanks to Denise Vannucci of Yellow Advertising & Design for helping me get my idea for the card into a eps file format, and also Alex Daley of Dolce Press for doing [...]
Found in “wings” section of my website.
This is a clip from the opening credits of a skateboarding video called fully flared by Ty Evans, Spike Jonze and Cory Weincheque that came out a few years ago. I find the concept and execution captivating.
There is a new image I have added under the form gallery on my site. I actually shot this a while back on location on a shoot and have been passing over it for over a year in my archives and took another look at it the other day and decided it was fitting. On [...]
making of quite intersting
New MX images added to site under sport category. I have recently shot a good amount of content and will be posting up a few more once they are complete so stay tuned. © 2009 Garibaldi
I came across this on a few blogs this week and it seems like a fantastic idea. I am involved and encourage anyone else interested to do the same. For more info visit the Help Portrait website
I often go back through past jobs that I have stored in my archives and will come across an image that I may have missed or not really thought much of at the time and I see it in a whole new light. This image, which can be found in the aerial section of my [...]
Over the past 34 years of my life I have seen numerous examples of the work of Herb Ritts. Most of those times were when I hadn’t even the slightest notion that I was going to be a professional photographer someday, so while his work had made a memorable impression on me at the time, [...]
Truth be told, I’ll always be a car guy. Deep deep down, I have a draw to them. They can stir the soul, get you excited, some people even think that they can get you laid. They make noises, they move, they light up, they shoot stuff out, they have personalities. Automobiles are form and [...]
Coming soon! Check back in a few days for and update and more info. Google google
Okay, so no big discoveries here, I am probably one of the last people on this planet (aside from my Father who opted for the Blackberry hahaha) to get the IPhone. I just want to join the masses and say- Wow! what a life changing device…. no need for me to embellish on its attributes [...]
This video is not new, but anytime I come across it and watch it I feel relief that I am not the only one who seems to experience these situations, as well as frustration since it is so true as well. I am sure that we all can relate to this with business dealings in [...]
Many photographers often put up posts of images and are kind enough to allow the viewer to be privy to a behind the scene glimpse of perhaps where or how the image was shot. They will discuss the equipment used, a lighting setup, or some other often unrevealed facet of the image. That is [...]
Take the Holland Tunnel out of New York City and go ten blocks deeper than the metropolitan and cushy neighborhoods of Hoboken or Jersey City, where trying to buy a place to live is only a few steps behind Manhattan in terms of price and you’ll end up in an industrial bad land. Do the [...]
Welcome. I have recently launched my new photography website http://www.garibaldiphoto.com I have been working on it for over 4 months and finally got it to a point to launch it so please take a look and enjoy. It was a lot of late nights in front of the workstation, eyes burning, staring at thousands of [...]