Archive for June, 2010

Short Film: New England Time lapse

Posted in Uncategorized on June 18, 2010 by Ron Risman

Over the past couple of months I have been busy capturing sunrises, sunsets, and star movements around New England. Each of these time lapse segments are captured using hundreds of very high-resolution still images that are then combined in order to speed up time. This gives the viewer the ability to see cloud or star movement that would not normally be possible.

This film includes time lapses from Durham, NH; Cape Neddick, Maine; Rye, NH; and Groton, MA. If you have any questions regarding time lapse photography please leave a comment and I would respond within 24 hours.

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Photo Shoot with Amy Morrill

Posted in Photography with tags on June 4, 2010 by Ron Risman

I had photographed Amy about a year ago and was thrilled when I had the opportunity to shoot with her again. This time we got together at Wagon Hill Farm in Durham, NH and spent a few hours shooting into the evening to make use of the beautiful late day sun. The location and sunset were both perfect and Amy looked fantastic – a truly naturally beautiful woman.

Here are some images from the photo shoot. I was hoping to do add some beautiful creative portraits of Amy with the full moon as it rose above the horizon, but mother nature had other plans. About 20 minutes before the moon rise, the warm westerly winds (temps around 90) quickly changed direction and started to blow in from the East, over the ocean. Along with it came the fog and quickly falling temperatures (around 60 by the end of the shoot). Unfortunately, the fog ruined any hope of capturing the moon rise. Despite the fog, the shoot went perfectly, and I just loved the results. I hope you do as well.

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Kristen & Mike’s Engagement Short

Posted in Films on June 4, 2010 by Ron Risman

Kristen & Mike’s wedding is just a few short weeks away and I am so honored that they chose us to film their celebration. Last month Keith and I spent an afternoon with them to film segments for their engagement film. This short film allowed them to share the story of how they met, and allowed us to capture the connection they share together.