From Edible Capital District's Favorite Photos of 2016 Collection: "Every photo shoot is different, but they all have interesting details that tell the story just as effectively as the main images. This portrait was captured during an afternoon shoot at the home of Kelly and Garry Brown for a feature on their beef stew. Their two dogs were excited and curious and most likely hungry from the smell of the stew cooking on the stove. They expectantly sat under the table waiting, listening, and hoping for some of the delicious food. As a photographer tasked with capturing the concept of a cozy and comfortable home at the holidays, happy dogs under a beautifully prepared meal is a detail I couldn’t pass up."
-Photographer John Bulmer.
John Bulmer Photography is on the cover of Edible Capital District's Fall Edition. The issue spotlights prominent culinary figures in the Capital District. I am pretty excited that this image from a shoot with Kelly and Garry Brown of Brown's Brewing Company made the cover. Visit the magazine at ediblecapitaldistrict.ediblefeast.com.
Introducing the Tomhannock Collection: 24 large format museum quality images.
"I've been capturing the changing seasons and conditions at the Tomhannock Reservoir for close to 10 years. It's truly a treasure. Introducing the first 24 images of "The Tomhannock Collection". All images are available as large format prints."
From the summits of the Adirondack Mountains to the watersheds of the Hudson River Valley to the coast of Southern New England, Groundswell Photography by John Bulmer produces dynamic media for environmental and conservation organizations. Contact Groundswell Photography if your environmental organization is in need of media to help spread its message to a wider audience.
Always trust your culinary creations to a professional photographer. Professional imagery and video is a proven way to retain current customers and drive new sales. Learn more at bulmerphotography.com/culinary.
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This video and associated stills of a snow devil captured in Halfmoon, New York in February of 2014 will be featured in the World Meteorological Organization's 2017 edition of the International Cloud Atlas.
From Wikipedia: The International Cloud Atlas (also Cloud Atlas) is a cloud atlas first published in 1896] and remaining in print since then. Its initial purposes included to aid in the training of meteorologists and to promote more consistent use of vocabulary describing clouds, both important for early weather forecasting. The first edition featured color plates of color photographs, then still a very new technology, yet was noted for being inexpensive. Numerous later editions have been published.