Here is an image I call Light on the Wall I shot in Rehoboth beach Delaware while roaming the boardwalk. I noticed the way the light was creating some really neat shadows and the time was what we photographers call the magic hour. I beefed up the contrast and detail in Lightroom and set the angle slightly more than when it was shot. I think this is more of an artsy type photo than anything else but its still a photo subject that I love to take.
Recently did a shoot for Mobilitechs is Wyomissing, Pa. These were really some cool people to work with and they really appreciated my work. Its always great to get a nice testimonial from a great company like this one.
“We just opened the files with our corporate photos from Frank Tunis Photography, and all I can say is wow! Frank did an excellent job of showcasing our employees and office space. He was super easy to work with, patient, and creative during our shoot, and his artistry definitely helps us look great for our clients and prospects. I’d definitely recommend Frank to anyone looking for a pro photographer near Reading, Lancaster, or Allentown, PA.
Amy Sutton, Cloud Computing | IT Support – Mobilitechs, Wyomissing, PA, BOTA Member”
This family has been a client of mine for years, this year we had some fun at the Strasburg Railroad in Lancaster, PA to do their annual family portrait shoot. We were surroiunded by lots of really old trains and had pretty nice weather with a few clouds to soften the light.
Here is two pretty cool photos of some Franklin and Marshall fall tress. The park was popping with color and the first tree has been around since I was a kid. The second image with the red tones is the last stages of its leaves prior to the winter fall. I like both of these a lot and hope some of my friends do too. Enjoy.
The Fall Color in Lancaster Pa has been really great, I am very surprised to see so many leaves still on the trees around the city. Here is two recent shots I did at Buchanan Park, near Franklin & Marshall College. The secret to making these photographs look so colorful and unique is using a narrow depth of field in some of the examples here as well as super wide angle glass. The post production effects also help clarify the focus and enhance the tone of the scene.