Tag: No Boundaries Up Close and Personal

Identity in b&w. WAD2007. Photo by Alina Oswald.

How I Got That Shot: Identity

Identity. WAD 2007. And Also how I met celebrity host, actor and advocate, Ron B.

Balloons at NYC Pride March 2013. Photo by Alina Oswald.

Pride Month in Images

Things to do and photograph this Pride Month It's June 2019, and that means it's Pride Month, not only that but this year we celebrate 50 years of Pride. So, Happy Pride! Since this is, still, a photography blog, here are a couple of questions: How do you photograph Pride? What you photograph for Pride? ...

No Boundaries with the Bokeh Master

Photographing Ron B's show, No Boundaries Up Close and Personal with several Nikon lenses and the Sigma 105mm f/1.4

Halloween Photography

Halloween Photography What to Photography for Halloween? When we think of capturing a visual interpretation of Halloween, oftentimes we think of photographing the Halloween Parade, vampires, ghosts, cemeteries, and the like. But how else can we capture Halloween? We can try capture the usual Halloween-related subjects, but in a new, unique, way, if possible. Or, ...

Performing artist and LGBTQ and HIV/AIDS advocate, Cody Bondra, and actor and LGBTQ advocate Ron B, performing on Ron B's show, No Boundaries Up Close and Personal, at MNN, in NYC. Photo by Alina Oswald.

Photographing Performing Artists

Over the years I've interviewed and photographed many performing artists in studio and on the set. They are actors, musicians, advocates, and inspiring people. Here are a few examples: Ron B's show, No Boundaries-Up Close and Personal: Music Performances Performing artists Lovari at JC Pride: Others: Other performances include photographing actor and comedian Steve Hayes ...

Chairs and camera on the set of No Boundaries at MNN, in NYC. Photo by Alina Oswald.

Stage Fright

Stage Fright: Life at the other end of the lens Many of us, I assume, have some degree of stage fright, some more than others. Those of us, working behind the scenes, are more reluctant to switch roles and appear in front of (rather than behind) the lens or mic. As photographers, we feel comfortable ...