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Prints

Along with food shots and portrait photography, Jerry offers a variety of prints available through the website. Set an appointment for a photo shoot at his studio in Boulder, Colorado, or explore the gallery and see how a professional photographer sees the world through a unique lens. 


 

Liquid Drop

These photos were created by dropping water, milk or other liquids and having them collide with one another. It is a very intricate and complicated process. No two drops are ever alike. The factors involved in making these photos depends on many things, such as the number of nozzles, the number of drops, size of drops, distance between drops, temperature of the liquid, camera and lighting settings and the viscosity of the liquid. All these factors, combined together, determine the outcome of the collisions. Some liquids are dropped through a soap bubble that I've created.

Liquid Drop
 


 

Refraction Drops

These photos were taken with specific inverted backgrounds behind them. The backgrounds refract in that water drop, so the material is blown up and inverted, so the image turns out right side up. The concept itself is captivating, and takes considerable effort to get the drop exactly right for this shot.

Refraction Drops


Smoke and Pour

Smoke varies considerably with the slightest movement of air around it, making the subject most interesting to photograph. Colors, or lack of, also give the subject a new dimension and aura of complexity.
        
The inverted pour shots are a kind of funny Rorschach test. These photographs were taken using food coloring, milk, and cream poured into an aquarium. Flash duration and timing are what really make these unique shots.

Smoke and Pour

 

 

Food Photography

This collection includes various foods that have been featured in restaurants, special events, cookbooks, studios, and many other places. Food can be difficult to photograph, but Jerry is able to capture the unique sizzle, aroma, and taste of any mouthwatering indulgence.

Food

 

Saxophone

This is an ongoing project I'm doing with musical instruments. I've started with the saxophone. The saxophone is such an intricate, complicated, and exquisite instrument, that it must be photographed. The instrument has a feeling to it like no other subject. The complexity of all the different parts is mind blowing, and the workmanship that goes into its making is phenomenal for such a beautiful instrument! Jerry's photographs capture the beauty and exquisite detailing that is sure to appeal to all music enthusiasts.

Saxophone