I should probably make the announcement first. Recently I have joined as a freelance photojournalist for a photo agency, Regional Media Visuals. They are a worldwide syndication agency that will help get my content in front of even more viewers, while also getting me money in my wallet as well. I’m excited to be working with them, as it means I can now produce even MORE content (not just music photography either), and be looking towards a paycheck on each job instead of finding the paycheck first. So stay tuned for anything new regarding that.
Now, I was in St. Louis over the weekend photographing the band Epica, along with taking in some sights downtown. Epica is a very interesting band from overseas, who has a cult following that no one can deny. If you’re into symphonic metal, go give Epica a listen.
The photos of downtown St. Louis, I decided to step outside of my normal comfort zone, and take some HDR photos of Busch Stadium as well as the gateway Arch. Each image is actually 5 images at different exposures, that are then merged and blended together into one final image. It’s a very neat process in itself, and when done right, HDR is an excellent tool I think. By no means is HDR my favorite, but it’s always good to be experimenting.
Check out a few photos below!