While people tend to focus their energies on the final product, we must not forget about the initial processes. Here is a photo of three stainless steel mixing bowls, behind them, kitchen utensils; often the first resource in beginning a recipe.
Tom and I believe that it is better to tackle the task in steps rather than an all guns blazing approach. This brings forth better results than the latter. As you can’t make an omelet without cracking an egg, you can’t make passionfruit infused challah bread without pouring in the first teaspoon of yeast.
On social media one usually sees the final product of the meal more so than the actual process. A piece of meat laying on a plate in a deadpan ceremony of iPhone’s cameras and unhinged hashtags. While pages like Tasty and YouTube channels like FoodWishes showcase the processes, why not focus more on the organic steps? The step-by-steps are often the most thrilling and provide a feeling of accomplishment that outshines the quick shot of the $15 smoothie bowl.
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Tom Clark is a commercial photographer based in Miami offering portrait, product, architectural and interior photography services.
Tom Clark is a professional portrait photographer based in Miami, FL
This week’s photo is from a great shoot in the Wynwood studio with Carolina Pozo (often referred to as Caro). The portrait utilizes a delicate balance of natural and strobe lighting. Our goal was to create realistic and interesting imagery in a simplistic setting and we managed to pull off quite a few looks, each as successful as the last.
Working with Carolina was easy since it wasn’t our first project together… check out the Rachel Weisberg fashion short we collaborated on last year.
You can catch Caro in the new Hulu series South Beach, where her and an all-star (mostly local) cast gives a peek into the Miami music industry.
The photography season in Miami is winding down and we’re finally sorting through all the projects from fall/winter and that means it’s time again for the photo of the week. In a recent shoot with Condition Culture (a Miami based beauty products brand) there were too many keepers to choose just one. So, here’s a gif!
This will be the last shoot to take place in the Pool House Studio. After a long run in Coconut Grove, Tom Clark Photo is moving to a new location in Wynwood. Here’s to a new era!
Tom Clark is a commercial photographer based in Miami and offering full production services in South FL, the San Francisco Bay Area, Atlanta, New Orleans, and Asheville NC.
Emily Noe by Miami Photographer Tom Clark
As the abundance of Spring catalog fashion waits for the heat and rain to pass, the Summer in Miami provides a perfect opportunity for photographers to test and update their portfolio.
Rather than crowding the beaches, parks, and palm-lined streets, photographers (those of us who remain in the area) find excuses to shoot in air conditioned studios and location homes.
In this photograph, local modern dancer and wardrobe stylist Emily Noe shows off her ability to style the wardrobe and model it simultaneously.
This image was created in the Coconut Grove Pool House Studio.
Sindy Ferreira by Miami Photographer Tom Clark
Miami is home to many talented Latin American artists, models, actors, and producers. Local photographers can consider themselves lucky for the opportunities to meet and work with such talent on a regular basis.
Sindy Ferreira came by the studio this week to update her headshots in preparing for upcoming auditions with both Venevision International and Telemundo Studios.
Good vibes, energy, and personality were simple to capture in this shoot, as Sindy is a natural in front of the camera. Telenovela fans be on the look out for Ms. Ferreira’s soon return to your TV screen.