Thursday, May 20, 2010

 

Bob Croslin shoots James "Bubba" Stewart in Orlando for ESPN the Magazine

Just a quick clip from a shoot with Moto-X superstar James "Bubba" Stewart and his mechanic Dave Bell for ESPN the Magazine's EXPN. Bubba was a great subject and as nice as he seems on his reality show. His compound outside Orlando is sick and I had hoped to photograph him on his moto-x track but he was just coming off wrist surgery and not able to ride.

Tampa Orlando Florida editorial and commercial photographer Bob Croslin photographs Moto-X superstar James Bubba Stewart and team mechanic Dave Bell for ESPN the Magazine

Monday, April 19, 2010

 

Bob Croslin photographs Chad Ocho Cinco in Miami for Rides

Here's a recent spread I shot for Rides magazine in Miami in late February featuring Cincinnati Bengal Chad Ocho Cinco. Chad was a great host and allowed us carte blanche around Casa Ocho Cinco including allowing me drive all of his cars - a first for me on a Rides shoot! Don't listen to the haters - Chad's an awesome guy. And yes, he does tweet that much!






Monday, March 29, 2010

 

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Sunday, March 7, 2010

 

Bob Croslin and Bay magazine win Awards of Excellence in SND and POYi

It's been a busy past few months. I have a lot to report in the next week or so but the first thing I want to let everyone know is that some fashion work I produced with Bruce and Suzette Moyer at Bay Magazine was recognized by POYi and SND!

Here's a few of the award winning images:




Tuesday, February 16, 2010

 

Centenarians in Central Florida For Time Magazine

This month I photographed 2 centenarians (people 100 years old or over) for Time magazine. Onie Ponder, 111, and Leonard McCracken, 107, were born in a time before air travel, interstates and air conditioning.

I worked with picture editor Leslie dela Vega to capture the centenarians personality. I was working in concert with 3 other photographers and going for what Leslie described as an "Avedon" look. I didn't want the lighting to overwhelm the subject matter so I kept it simple.

Here's my favorites from the shoot:





Time also did a nice slide show with all of the images from the story:

Portraits of Centenarians

Saturday, January 2, 2010

 

18 gigapixels of Prague

Absolutely amazing technology at work in this 18 gigapixel 360 pan image of Prague. I love shooting pans and this is just mind-blowingly cool. Photographer Jeffrey Martin used a 5D MK II with a 200mm lens and what sounds like a Gigapan rig.

This is about 180 degrees of the image:



and this is a screen cap at about 90%:



At some point I'm going to have to rent a Gigapan and scratch the itch I have to make monster panoramas.

Thursday, December 31, 2009

 

David Bailey is amazing

I've always loved David Bailey's work and I'm amazed at how well his older work has stood up to the test of time as well as how his new work is so consistent. The Times of London has a killer little gallery of images from Bailey's new book "Eye."

This one image of Francis Bacon blew me away.



btw - Happy New Year!

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