What Tom and I like about this shoot is the minimalism: wall, mat, Sarah, Floor. We have a strong minimalist philosophy; no ornamental additions to the photo nor superfluous adjectives in this description.
Tom finds not only solace in this motion but also a bit of a comedic irony. Much of the commercial photography business requires Tom to embrace consumerism while his actual preference is to ignore the urge to consume.
Working with Sarah gave Tom a break from business and to correlate his minimalistic ideals with yoga. The only requirement to perform the archaic practice is your presence.
Sarah in pyramid pose. Her pose is strong, determination in her face. Not even a strong gust could knock her over.
Grant Albert likes techno, rock climbing, and basset hounds. You can find more of his writings on noiseprn.
Tom Clark is a commercial photographer based in Miami offering portrait, product, architectural and interior photography services.
Tom Clark is a commercial photographer available for food, product, architectural and interior photography in Miami and throughout the U.S.
This one pays homage to photographers who are just starting their careers, or a typical Tuesday night at my place during the busy season. Just because you’re eating ramen doesn’t mean you have to suffer. Some salt pork, eggs and hot sauce can go a long way and will complete those ramen meals.
Also, I’ve been having some fun trying to make the perfect egg. I guess anyone can get lucky every now and again, but repeating your results with boiled eggs is a surprising challenge (especially working with basic appliances). I like a yolk that’s on the runny side, but definitely need the whites to be firm. I’m not with the runny whites. Not enough time in the heat and you’ve got a mess on your hands… too much time in the heat and your yolks are dried.
camping in the Pisgah Forest by Miami Photographer Tom Clark
Now that we’re also offering commercial photography services in Asheville NC I’ve found a few more opportunities to camp out in the Carolina wilderness. This shot was taken a few miles off the blue ridge parkway after hiking a bit toward Looking Glass Rock. Now, it wouldn’t be camping in WNC without a sudden thunderstorm interrupting your dinner. Luckily we managed to get a fire going and capture this photograph just before the inevitable.
Tom Clark is a Miami based photographer offering services in the San Francisco Bay Area, Atlanta, New Orleans, and Asheville.
As Serena Williams sets her sights on an 8th championship at the Miami Open today, it seems suiting to share this image from a recent shoot with 1in11.org.
There’s no doubt Williams will make life hard for opponent Suarez Navarro… let’s just hope the Miami fans can step up their support after a weak display during the semi-finals, in which Halep supporters dominated what should be Williams’ home turf.
Tom Clark is a celebrity portrait photographer based in Miami, FL.
This video accompanies the look book created by Miami photographer Tom Clark for Rachel Weisberg.
The motion picture reveals Carolina Pozo killing the camera in several looks hand crafted by Rachel. It was captured simultaneously with the still images providing a behind the scenes look at the photo shoot itself from the camera’s perspective. Below are some images from the look book.
Smith Rock at dusk by Miami Photographer Tom Clark
Miami photographer Tom Clark provides commercial photography services in and around South FL and is now available for projects in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York City.
Although climbing was the main objective in this week’s trip to Smith Rock, I’m happy having squeezed in enough time to set up this shot. It’s a classic view of the park (no epic hike or climb required), and I’m sure many people have a similar vantage point captured on their smart phones. Nonetheless, the view was too inspiring not to create this shot.
David Samson having some fun with the photographer
David Samson: President of the Marlins, TV Survivor contestant, Ironman, philanthropist, and yes… prankster! No need explaining why this gem is the new photo of the week.
This was my first experience on the field of any major league stadium as a photographer, so I got a kick out of the not so subtle gesture. Apparently this sort of thing happens to photographers all the time. Perhaps I’ll start a collection!
With so much attention surrounding the new stadium in Miami, I’m glad to have finally seen it for myself.
Michelle Andrea posing in her studio in Brickell by Miami photographer Tom Clark
Michelle Andrea showed up at the gym for a spin class, but when it was full she found herself taking pole fitness (a somewhat different type of spin) instead. After just one class Michelle bought her own pole and has been an enthusiast ever since. She was naturally gifted and picked up strength and skills swiftly, working for a hedge fund during the day and practicing pole fitness on her flex time.
Some promoters have gone to great lengths to change peoples’ perceptions of the sport, making it more of a non-sexual form of dance and acrobatics, while others prefer to embrace pole dancing’s roots in burlesque and striptease routines… Regardless of what type of shoes you choose to wear, pole dance proper involves athletic moves such as climbs, spins and inversions. Rigorous training is necessary to develop the core and upper body strength for pole proficiency.
Like ballet, pole dance provides an excellent subject for photographers as dancers pay specific attention to form, shape and lines while achieving certain poses and moves.
Miami photographer Tom Clark is officially offering commercial video production services to compliment his fashion, product, advertising, lifestyle, architectural and interior photography.
In this compilation with Rachel Weisberg we hope to showcase a filming style with high visual impact, low production overhead, and quick turnaround to keep up with ever-increasing demands for social media.
Rachel Weisberg is an environmentally conscious designer, creating one of a kind pieces, hand dyed and sewn at her personal studio in the Coconut Grove area of Miami.
Super Larry confronted by Sheriff Leeland
Meet Super Larry (Mark Teich)! Fictional desert town Vienna, CA’s very own super hero seen confronting Sheriff Leeland (Chris Coppola) on set while filming Super Larry, the pilot episode.
In this scene the envious sheriff’s wired temper explodes when he catches Super Larry attempting to fight crime in his jurisdiction.
The show, produced by Lord Danger and directed by Gille Klabin and Aaron Grasso, manifests a conglomeration of wit, irony, social truisms, and pure hilarity. For updates on when and where you’ll be able to catch the show’s premiere follow Lord Danger on facebook.
Apart from Miami, Tom Clark is now offering full production services as a commercial photographer in San Francisco, and Los Angeles
As a professional photographer it’s absolutely necessary to keep yourself inspired and in a place of creativity/productivity. Sometimes this is easier said than done.
When a creative block takes hold the easiest way I’ve found to break through is to go out and shoot, trying a new idea, or even building on an old concept. For a while I’ve been meaning to shoot fashion at night as a means to experience and produce something a little different.
As a nature/landscape photographer I’ve become quite comfortable shooting in the dark. However, this was the first time including a model and dealing with the need to light a living, breathing (and moving) subject. Generally night exposures have very high ISO’s and/or very slow shutter speeds, which can make lighting a challenge when working with a model. At the same time, this causes photographers to approach the situation differently than normal. So it’s only natural that the results would differ from a typical shoot done in the day or in the studio.
Nighttime fashion makes sense in a place like Miami, where the urban landscape is much more interesting than the natural surroundings.
Visit Night Fashion shoot in Miami to see the other images from this shoot.
Miami – South Florida
To say Tony Goldman was an interesting character, a pioneer, a creative success, and a charitable man would be the understatements of the century.
Photographers in Miami who have had the opportunity to photograph Tony Goldman know he surrounded himself with unique style, as if his personality was clinging to the walls around him. He was known for turning the place to avoid into the place to be seen and is responsible for keeping the spirit of art alive and bringing new life to some of NYC, Miami, and Philadelphia’s most downtrodden neighborhoods.
Make it out this Saturday to witness the huge success of Miami’s Wynwood arts district due in large to Tony Goldman.
Photographer South Florida
Summer in Miami can prove to be a trying time for photographers (particularly in the fashion industry.) Once the season passes, the professional photography industry in Miami mostly heads North with the snow birds.
This year I decided to cope with the slow season by taking a little time off… away from South Florida and the heat.
This landscape image was captured early one morning in the North Carolina Pisgah Forest. The view from John Rock overlooks Looking Gass Rock to the North.
The time in nature was much appreciated and now I’m back in Miami eagerly awaiting the busy season and ready to take your call.
Zephyr dance by Miami Photographer Tom Clark
Zephyr (a light or west wind), or a Miami based dance company that moves through an unsuspecting public audience bestowing grace and freshness on the space.
If you frequent the Second Saturday Art Walk in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District, perhaps you’ve already experienced a Zephyr performance. If not then you soon will.
This photograph was created in the Government Center Metrorail Station in downtown Miami. Its purpose to symbolize the dance company’s tendency to train and perform in public spaces.
For more info visit Zephyr Dance Miami
707 boeing by Miami Photographer Tom Clark
This week’s photo is a two for one deal. After photographing the interiors and exterior of this 707 Boeing for Principal Air Services, I had a difficult time choosing which image to post.
It was a great experience working with the crew and staff at Commercial Jet in Miami, and these two images, when placed together help to provide an idea of what that experience was all about.
From a photographers stand point, an airplane like this is a sort of combination between a large product, and an interior shoot. It was an exciting challenge to light the massive exterior and to reveal the spacious and luxurious spaces inside.
Designed by Janel Kuhl of the Coconut Grove Gallery
After studying under and working with some of the top architectural and interior photographers in Miami, I am excited for any chance to bring my own photogrpahy style to this genre.
This bedroom, designed by Janel Kuhl of Coconut Grove Gallery & Interiors, provided a dynamic and interesting work space with fun geometric qualities and colors.
On top of practicing sustainable building and design techniques, Janel educates clients and colleagues on the matter so they may carry on the positive impact.
Fashion photograph of Miami model Omar Bain
Miami photographer Tom Clark shot this photograph as part of Omar Bain’s portfolio photo shoot in the Morningside section of Miami. The location is a truly vintage mansion that is in the process of being renovated. Luckily the opportunity to shoot there was not wasted. View more at Miami Fashion Photographer. Tom Clark is a Miami photographer and provides portfolio photo shoots for models, actors, musicians, artists and dancers.