I’ve been having one crazy busy year in the life of Adam Shane Photography!
With a few advertising clients, unit still photography and promo shots for a sci-fi short film, producing my first music video, large concert and festival coverage, several out-of-state and international jobs, a few great new clients and finishing construction on my studio space right off the Las Vegas Strip…. there hasn’t been much time to update this blog or my portfolio.
I do apologize about the lack of news, and have set aside time to catch up on sharing all the great new photos I’ve been accumulating since 2012. I’m currently chipping away at my ridiculously large portfolio of favorite images, and I hope to release a new online portfolio by this weekend. Stay tuned to see some really cool new work =)
In the meantime, I have been re-posting my more social-media active client’s posts on my Facebook fan page… head on over to http://www.facebook.com/ashanephoto to check it out.
While this may be old news for some of you, it was quite some time before I started this blog.
A few years ago, The Ashmolean Museum of Art & Archaeology at the University of Oxford, England, licensed one of my prints for their Gallery of Eastern Art. You can see the 9'x3' 300dpi print hanging on the red wall. It is a segment of a larger HDR panorama from a series I shot in 2007 at the Huang Shan (Yellow Mountain) range in Anhui, China.
It will be displayed until at least 2019, so if you happen to be in Oxford, please stop in to check it out!
I just uploaded a special gallery of photos to my facebook fan page, featuring photos from my DSLR on a trip to Thailand in January. Its was mostly 2 weeks of family business but I managed at least a day of sight-seeing, so there’s at least a few interesting tropical photos to tease that winter travel bug:
Check out all 32 photos here!
One of my photos was used on the cover of another textbook. ‘Sustainable Data From Digital Research‘ from the University of Melbourne is focused on digital methods for recording information in fieldwork-based disciplines, such as linguistics, musicology and anthropology.
The photo is from the Prasanna Virupaksha Temple in Hampi, India and was digitally manipulated to show a stream of 0′s and 1′s representing the evolution of research data to a digital format.
This is an masters level educational textbook, but if it’s your field and you have any interest in ordering it, you can do so here.
Far from the best beach in Thailand (and far from the best panoramic), but with the Chinese New Year and my limited kit here in TL, this is what I could get. Enjoy!
Click here for the 360 VR Panorama
More photos from Thailand will be on the way, once I’m back to the States.