Underwater Portrait Photography with Studio Flash Sync

I’ve been thinking about how to add more control to the lighting I use for my underwater photography. Initially, my lighting was all on camera, generally with two Ikelite DS-160 strobes attached to my underwater housing, often with dome diffusers on them. While I can adjust the angles of each light, the amount of creative…

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Some of my Underwater Photography including Maternity, Portrait and Fashion Photography

I took a long break from using this blog and have been posting on social media instead. I realize that this was a mistake as it might have made it look like I’m no longer working, which isn’t the case and also, it’s the place I can post where I have control of the content….

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Wedding of SerachBracha and Paul at Congregation Beth Israel

It takes a village — or at least a community to put together something as special at SerachBracha and Paul’s wedding! I did have an idea of what to expect as I had photographed a few other weddings at Berkeley’s progressive Orthodox Synagogue Congregation Beth Israel. I had spoken with SerachBracha and knew that we…

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Darshan in Concert at the East Bay JCC in partnership with the Jewish Studio Project

I hadn’t heard of Darshan before I was hired to cover this event on behalf of the Jewish Studio Project and the Jewish Community Center in Berkeley, little did I know how great this night was going to be and what a gift it was going to be to have the opportunity to document it!…

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Beautiful Berkeley Wedding at the Brazil Room in Tilden Park

It was a perfect, gorgeous day in Berkeley some sun and just the right temperature  to be wearing a wool suit, or in my case to be running around loaded with camera equipment. The newlyweds are a lovely couple and making this an even richer experience, I’ve known the groom and his family for over…

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  • Tom Ellis PhotographyDecember 3, 2015 - 12:08 pm

    Great shots, love how you capture the emotions of everyone. Love the last shot of the older couple during the Horah