A couple images I shot of Airforce reserve Brandon LaValley for San Antonio Magazine. It damn cool to see how they prep and the gear they use to fly those jets. Oh those damn things are LOUD! Check out the article amongst others in San Antonio's July issue!
I was commissioned to shoot Carl Lum and a couple of story images for the July issue of San Antonio Magazine. Carl is the new CEO of SeaWorld San Antonio in wake of a dolphin dying and a well becoming sick amongst other accusations.
A couple of images I was commissioned to shoot for Houstonia Magazine for a short story about bikers in Austin, Tx.
A couple of portraits of Democrat senator Jose Menendez commissioned by San Antonio Magazine for their "In the Loop" series. Shot on Ektar 100 and Tri-X 400 respectively.
My little sister love photography and am willing to learn. Whenever she's in town I let her assist me when I shoot. Mostly as a walking light stick or a stand in. Free labor isn't free when it is family. This shot is her standing in on a shoot for NY Times.
My two loves....
America the Bold started off as a project to document stereotypes in a melting pot environment. Emotion and interaction is all I am looking for, 3 years later it has become much more. It is pretty awesome when people want to purchase your work, the work your are shooting just for the love of shooting people. I'm proud to say that the print shop is live! All prints are professionally printed on black and white Kodak paper with a 1/4 white border(as not to crop any of the image). There is also a limited run (5) of masterfully made darkroom prints for each image. If you are interested in a darkroom print email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I will be out of the studio until Nov 23rd, it is not everyday you get to celebrate your 7th anniversary with your two favorite girls. Monday all emails will be answered and new assignments will be scheduled.
This weekend was pretty awesome... I had the honor to speak at Blink 2015 this past weekend. My keynote was on "Finding your voice in your work". It is a subject I think a lot of aspiring/newer photographers struggle with. Finding your individual voice... it is the Holy Grail of Photography. Having someone see your image and know it was you who shot it is paramount. I just hope I gave them the tools and information to find their individuality in this industry of we see, we do photographers.
Looking for a couple of regular people for a project I'm working on... for more information please email me at Info@regcampbell.com
I've been going back and forth about getting a digital medium format body for a while. So I made the plunge... it was the only way to keep my look and give agencies/magazines the quick turnaround they want.
I was a little apprehensive at first "Will it look close to what I produce with film?" "Will working with a screen slow me down?" "Will it be fragile?" I am happy to say that everything I was worried about was for nothing. In short, this things is built like a tank, the files are very, very film like and since they are film like it doesn't slow down my work flow much. I shot it on a couple of assignments and it works beautifully and helps produce some dope ass images!
When your mama in town and you use her as a lighting stand in for portraits for AARP.
Testing for the portrait section of my project "America the Bold". I know I can use my Hasseblad for this but it doesn't make sense to use my work cameras for a personal project. Everything will be shot with a Bronica SQA-I, ILFORD Delta 400 and Profoto B2 with a 46in softlighter. Definitely can't wait to use this set up on the streets of San Antonio!