The Vagabond Opera performs at the Mt. Tabor Park Caldera Amphitheater, in Portland, Ore., on Tue., Jul. 17, 2012. The concert was part of an ongoing series of free concerts produced by the Portland Parks and Recreation department. The was the second concert of the season. There are free concerts seven days a week at different parks around Portland through Aug. 30. [gallery]
Filtering by Tag: Portland
I selected 107 of my favorite images from the 2011 inaugural season. I shot 24,521 images on 31 total assignments from January to October.
[smugmug url="http://thomasrboyd.smugmug.com/hack/feed.mg?Type=gallery&Data=19599889_2GLQFp&format=rss200" imagecount="107" start="1" num="107" thumbsize="Th" link="smugmug" captions="false" sort="false" window="false" smugmug="false" size="L"]
I spent a few hours on the first two nights documenting the scene at the Vigor Industrial Shipyards on Swan Island, in Portland, Ore. There was some awesome creative energy there not only from the designers and models but the other photographers as well. It was really interesting to see how a runway show comes together.
A fellow pro photog is curating a gallery show of iPhone images and asked me to submit some photos. The only rule is that they show "Portland". This is what I'm going to submit. [smugmug url="http://thomasrboyd.smugmug.com/hack/feed.mg?Type=gallery&Data=14094605_yD85B&format=rss200" title="iPhone%20Snaps" description="2010" imagecount="100" start="1" num="100" thumbsize="Th" link="smugmug" captions="false" sort="true" window="false" smugmug="false" size="X3"]
Brent Wojahn, Beth Nakamura and I shot the Portland Beavers last game. Actually, Beth shot several games leading up the final game so most of the photos are hers. She had some very nice images and totally nailed it when one of the players threw a cup of water in another players face. I walked around PGE Park all day and gathered audio. With the help of Judy Siviglia, I edited and put the photos over the audio. It was quite a process and a very long day. Kraig Scattarella just posted the timelapse we shot. Bruce set up two cameras, one on the roof of PGE Park and the other on the roof of The Oregonian building across from PGE Park. I set up a camera firing every five minutes from a stairwell at the Mac Club that was pointed at the scoreboard.
Portland Beavers radio announcer Rich Burk was generous enough to email us his radio clips from the game. His voice made very cool and I really appreciate him doing that.
Here it is:
|Portland Beavers last game in PGE Park|
Here's the slideshow:
|Beavers play for the last time in PGE Park|
Last night I shot Lady Gaga at the Rose Garden. We were ushered in for two songs and escorted from the building. We were not allowed to shoot fans during the show, which is too bad, because they were totally into it and most of them were dressed up in some way. I'd like to say she had a good show or tell you something about it, but having only seen two songs, I just don't know.
I spent a few hours poking around PDX Pop Now! at Rotture in southeast Portland. I met some cool people and heard some great music. This is what I saw. I just noticed that all but one photo was shot with a 50mm lens. The other was shot with a 24mm lens.
I'm currently testing a Canon 800mm/5.6L IS lens and a Canon 1D Mark IV camera. I shot this Timbers game at ISO's from 2500 to 5000 as the light changed. I was very impressed with the focusing and handling ability of the lens. It's is a large and long, but not that heavy. I think a 400/2.8 is more difficult to handle. I especially like the reach from at the goal. What it was perfect.
Blitzen Trapper at The Woods in Sellwood.Read More
Instead, one of the founding principals of Boora Architects smiles, his bright eyes scanning the double-door front entry to the low-slung, California-style ranch snuggled into the Southwest Portland hills. "Hello," Nicole Olszewski says, standing in the doorway, 1 1/2-year-old Grace perched on her hip.
Just over two years ago, Nicole and Brett Olszewski bought the house Oringdulph designed and his brother built.
Street of Eames tour THE TOUR: This year's tour contains three very contemporary modern homes that feature all the latest in materials, two midcentury modern homes maintained in their original condition, and three midcentury modern homes that have been respectfully reinterpreted.
WHEN: Saturday, April 17
TICKETS: $50 each; $40 students. On sale at 9 a.m. Monday, Feb. 22 (at streetofeames.org). Advance ticket packages (two $50 tickets plus $150 donation) now on sale through Sunday.
EXTRA EXHIBIT: Beginning April 1 and continuing through the month, the American Institute of Architects Portland is hosting an exhibit featuring photographs and information on this year's homes. AIA Portland is open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday, 403 N.W. 11th Ave."Being a lumberman," Bud says of Fred, who died in 2006, "there's wood everywhere."
Three-inch-thick cedar decking vaults overhead, while a stunning, unchecked, old-growth cedar beam runs the length of the living room.Read More
I shot this band in their living room when I was visiting Patrick Pendergast's house the other night in Northeast Portland. They are Patrick's neighbors and they call themselves The Lord's Own Choir. They're a great bunch a people and I had a great time listening to them perform.
The Trail Blazers suffered a potentially devastating setback Saturday night against the Houston Rockets as one of the faces of the franchise suffered another serious injury. Greg Oden, one of the few bright spots in what has been a discouraging start to the season, fractured the patella in his left knee and will likely miss the rest of the season.Read More
portland oregon wedding photographyRead More