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Beverages shot on location

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Our regular longtime clients (and good friends) over at Glory Days Grill contracted with us to work on a new drinks menu. We their beverage director and came up with a few good shots. Want to see more? Give us a call.Image

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Written by stevebuchanan

March 20, 2014 at 11:56 am

Cocktails for Baltimore Magazine

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I’ve shot some interesting cocktails for Baltimore recently. One from the Gin Mill and a couple from Annabel Lee, both in the Canton area of town. Both taverns have some offbeat takes on some classics, as well as some creations of their own.

Annabel Lee cocktail from the tavern of the same name

Manhattintabulation from Annabel Lee Tavern in Baltimore

Manhattintabulation From Annabel Lee tavern

Annabel Lee cocktail from the tavern of the same name

Remington Cocktail from Gin Mill in Baltimore

Remington Cocktail from Gin Mill in Baltimore

Written by stevebuchanan

June 21, 2009 at 9:59 pm

Photographic Style

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Whether you’ve spent a lot of time and money on branding your company, or are planning to, it’s important to find a photographer whose vision matches your own. Finding the right photographer is not simply a matter of finding one that can do the job – it’s about finding the photographer that understands your company and will craft images to fit. Give 10 photographers the same assignment and you’ll end up with 10 different images. How do you know if the photographer you’re considering is a good fit? The first step is to look at their portfolio.  If you’re an innovative technology company that needs to convey how far ahead of the curve you are, it’s probably not best to use a photographer who shoots in a traditional, staid style. Likewise, if you’re a financial company who needs to reassure conservative customers, then a contemporary bleeding edge style is not the way to go. You have a vision for your company, make sure your photographer fits that vision.

Written by stevebuchanan

September 29, 2008 at 4:15 pm