Cincinnati Commercial Photographer – Rick Lohre https://www.ricklohre.com Specializing in Healthcare, Business & Aerial Photography Fri, 16 Nov 2018 17:18:48 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.8 https://www.ricklohre.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/cropped-RLP-FAVICO-32x32.png Cincinnati Commercial Photographer – Rick Lohre https://www.ricklohre.com 32 32 Photographs from Abroad – Happy Humans https://www.ricklohre.com/5795/ Fri, 02 Nov 2018 20:39:52 +0000 http://www.ricklohre.com/?p=1106 I am currently in Orvieto Italy, a small hill town just about 1 ½ hours north of Rome.  I spent today meandering the streets and walkways of the town with ...

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I am currently in Orvieto Italy, a small hill town just about 1 ½ hours north of Rome.  I spent today meandering the streets and walkways of the town with my family meeting the locals, shop owners, and a few tourists mixed in.
I met Paolo (the man pictured here) just after lunch as we were heading back to the Duomo to photograph the facade as the late afternoon light was beginning to create some great shadows and contrast.  I introduced myself to Paolo and asked if I could take his photo.  Through the broken English/Italian exchange he set down his attache and iPhone on the street and reached for my camera.  I very quickly realized he thought I wanted him to take a photo of me!  We shared a laugh and when I could muster enough Italian to explain I wanted a portrait of him, he was lit up with pride.  He turned to Julie, my producer and wife, and asked “Sei serio?” (Are you serious?) As we talked he was more than happy to oblige and was very curious about this personal project.  We talked and I took some portraits as I explained.

What I explained to him and what I realize I may not have yet explained here is that I want to capture as many portraits of “Happy Humans” as I can over the next few months and build a small body of work.  This has grown from a passing idea to a full blown personal project while I’m on assignment in Europe over the next three months.  I was struggling a bit on how to utilize this time between assignments and stock photography captures.  More on that after Paolo’s portraits…

Meet Paolo: A designer and chef.  What a combo right?

Happy Humans - Fuji X Series

Paolo says to Julie, “Sei serio? Tu vuoi la mia foto?” // “Are you serious? You want my photo?

Happy Humans - Fuji X Series

Happy Humans - Fuji X Series

Paolo says “It’s Okay!”

Where did this project come from??

It began with discussions Julie and I had about capturing some really impactful environmental portraits while we were abroad.  Similar to what I’ve done in years past.  Last year in particular I had been working on another personal project around portraits of religious and brought that to Europe with me and shot ~100x portraits of religious from Capri to Assisi to Rome.

This time, I really didn’t have a project set in mind beyond the assignments I brought and would be given while I was here.  Then I spoke with a good buddy back home one evening on the phone.  He and I talked about the photos of people that I was capturing.  We talked about the happiness factor in all of the images…tossed around a few ideas and then he suggested to me, “…you need to shoot 1,000x Happy Humans over the next 3 months”.  It immediately clicked.  Pun not intended.  I was going to shoot with a purpose of building out a Happy Humans body of work.  TD – Thanks brother!  You are my Ambassador of Quan! (He also happens to run an awesome blog Balance & Focused – Check it out)

As I started putting a plan together as to how to approach it, I initially thought this would be a great way to build on my portrait and conversational skills.  More than that though, as the idea simmered, I love the idea of showing people what it looks like to be happy.  I think so often we get caught up in all the tediousness that is “our life” and forget the one simple thing that makes it all worthwhile.  What we all want. What we can all have if we just let ourselves.

To be “Happy”.

Does that mean we have to have the perfect job?  Does that mean that we have to have perfectly behaved children?  Does that mean we need to have the perfect house?  No.  None of that means a shit unless we start out happy.

I was listening to a Tim Ferris podcast yesterday afternoon as I was driving back home to Orvieto and I heard a couple quotes that I thought resonated with happiness.  Neither is a perfect fit for where I’m going with this, but it does get across the main point.

“If you can’t be happy with what you have, nothing you ever get will make you happy.”  &
“Money, much like alcohol seems to exaggerate who they were already.”

WOW.  Marinate with that for a while.

So with that, I find that when I’m shooting street portraits abroad, I tend to seek out, purposefully albeit subconsciously, people who exude happiness.  They may not be the richest, the most affluent, the person with the perfect life, bud dog gone it, they are happy.

I’m now about capturing these portraits of Happy Humans in the moments I meet them.  It’s a project that has no real end game other than I hope that the photographs I share with you bring you some joy and realization that being happy is a state of mind.  A state of outlook, not a product of the things you have or do.  With that…enjoy!

 

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Great Drone Photography and Videography https://www.ricklohre.com/great-drone-photography-and-videography/ https://www.ricklohre.com/great-drone-photography-and-videography/#respond Sat, 27 Oct 2018 18:14:10 +0000 http://www.ricklohre.com/?p=1738 Rick did a great job for me (as drone operator/ photographer). I’m in Los Angeles and he worked independently and delivered perfectly. Gordon Recht Gordon Recht Productions, Inc.

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Rick did a great job for me (as drone operator/ photographer). I’m in Los Angeles and he worked independently and delivered perfectly.

Gordon Recht
Gordon Recht Productions, Inc.

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10/10 would recommend to others in need of excellent product photogrpahy https://www.ricklohre.com/10-10-would-recommend-to-others-in-need-of-excellent-product-photogrpahy/ https://www.ricklohre.com/10-10-would-recommend-to-others-in-need-of-excellent-product-photogrpahy/#respond Sat, 27 Oct 2018 17:41:53 +0000 http://www.ricklohre.com/?p=1732 Rick has always been a pleasure to work with! In addition to the phenomenal final artwork deliveries, he is always very mindful and accommodating to tight deadlines and restrictions my ...

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Rick has always been a pleasure to work with! In addition to the phenomenal final artwork deliveries, he is always very mindful and accommodating to tight deadlines and restrictions my company had.

10/10 would recommend Rick to others in need of excellent shots! He is very trustworthy and truly has an “eye” for what you’re looking for.

Cara Croley
Atkins & Pearce

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Friendly, professional, and a truly talented photography team https://www.ricklohre.com/friendly-professional-and-a-truly-talented-photography-team/ https://www.ricklohre.com/friendly-professional-and-a-truly-talented-photography-team/#respond Sat, 20 Oct 2018 17:24:09 +0000 http://www.ricklohre.com/?p=1728 Rick and Julie are friendly, professional, and a truly talented team. They were great to work with and did an amazing job providing us with excellent photos to use beyond ...

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Rick and Julie are friendly, professional, and a truly talented team. They were great to work with and did an amazing job providing us with excellent photos to use beyond our expectations. They were respectful to all of our staff and clients while on-site. They even went above and beyond in their efforts and took a photo of a clients dog who was very sick at our 24-hour veterinary hospital receiving care. The photos turned out amazing – showing the true sweet personality of this special pet. Sadly, the pet passed away due to her medical condition, but the owners had this special photo from Rick and Julie to remember their beloved pet.

Stephanie S

CARE CENTER

Medical Photography - Veterinary Medical Photography - Veterinary

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Aerial Imaging – Obliques vs Verticals https://www.ricklohre.com/category-aerial-imaging-obliques-vs-verticals/ https://www.ricklohre.com/category-aerial-imaging-obliques-vs-verticals/#respond Wed, 08 Aug 2018 13:11:02 +0000 http://www.ricklohre.com/index.php/2018/08/08/category-aerial-imaging-obliques-vs-verticals/ Drone camera angular drawing to show difference in vertical vs oblique aerial photography. There are many applications for aerial photography all requiring a specific visual capture…construction progress, traffic and roadway ...

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 Drone camera angular drawing to show difference in vertical vs oblique aerial photography. Drone camera angular drawing to show difference in vertical vs oblique aerial photography.

There are many applications for aerial photography all requiring a specific visual capture…construction progress, traffic and roadway investigation, environmental impact surveys, accident occurence documentation, property development and land use studies, boundary disputes and mapping, agricultural and landscape recording.  Each benefits from one or another type of view or sometimes a combination of both.

I work with my clients to determine the use and scope of the aerial imagery they want to capture and provide the proper aerial perspective and that will aid in their project needs. The first step is determining whether the image should be Vertical or Oblique.

  • Construction progress

  • Traffic and roadway investigation

  • Environmental impact surveys

  • Accident occurence documentation

  • Property development and Land use studies

  • Boundary disputes and mapping

  • Agricultural and landscape recording

Here is the difference between these two types of aerial perspectives.

Vertical Aerial Photo

(taken from the air straight down onto the subject, aerial photo appears like a terrain view on a map)

Vertical aerial photographs show the placement of buildings, streets, land plots and open spaces.

 Covington Catholic High School construction aerial photo - Vertical Aerial Photograph Covington Catholic High School construction aerial photo – Vertical Aerial Photograph

Oblique Aerial Photo

(taken at an angular perspective showing sides of buildings often with horizon in view )

Oblique aerial photos are valuable in capturing the appearance of buildings or other vertical features that rise from the ground such as stadiums, topography, etc as they are shot from an angle and show perspective in relation to the ground and horizon.

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2018 Homestake Steep Creek move to Dowd Chute… https://www.ricklohre.com/category-2018-homestake-steep-creek-move-to-dowd-chute/ Thu, 14 Jun 2018 14:05:27 +0000 http://www.ricklohre.com/index.php/2018/06/14/category-2018-homestake-steep-creek-move-to-dowd-chute/ WHEN LIFE GIVES YOU LEMONS… When covering the GoPro Mountain Games one of my favorite events to capture is the Homestake Steep Creek Championship kayak race.  Due to lower water ...

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WHEN LIFE GIVES YOU LEMONS…

When covering the GoPro Mountain Games one of my favorite events to capture is the Homestake Steep Creek Championship kayak race.  Due to lower water levels this year, the event was moved from its original location on Homestake Creek to Dowd Chute on the Eagle River, near Eagle-Vail.

Now aptly named the Oh Chute Kayak Challenge…here are a few shots from the event.

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IFSC World Cup https://www.ricklohre.com/category-ifsc-world-cup/ Thu, 14 Jun 2018 13:43:54 +0000 http://www.ricklohre.com/index.php/2018/06/14/category-ifsc-world-cup/ I had the pleasure again to photograph this years Mountain Games and the IFSC World Cup in Vail Colorado this year.  Here are a few photos from the finals of ...

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I had the pleasure again to photograph this years Mountain Games and the IFSC World Cup in Vail Colorado this year.  Here are a few photos from the finals of the World Cup of Bouldering featuring this years winner Rei Sugimoto!

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Now offering Ortho Mosaic and Ortho Rectified Aerial Images https://www.ricklohre.com/category-now-offering-ortho-mosaic-and-ortho-rectified-aerial-images/ Tue, 24 Apr 2018 14:04:47 +0000 http://www.ricklohre.com/index.php/2018/04/24/category-now-offering-ortho-mosaic-and-ortho-rectified-aerial-images/ Excited to be now able to offer my aerial photography clients  Ortho Mosaic Aerial Photography We can now generate Ortho mosaic Maps, Digital Elevation Models, aerial 3D models, point clouds ...

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Excited to be now able to offer my aerial photography clients  Ortho Mosaic Aerial Photography

We can now generate Ortho mosaic Maps, Digital Elevation Models, aerial 3D models, point clouds and digital surface models (DSM) from aerial data.

For those who aren’t familiar, an ortho mosaic, orthophoto, orthophotograph or orthoimage is an aerial photograph geometrically corrected (“orthorectified”) such that the scale is uniform: the photo has the same lack of distortion as a map. Unlike an uncorrected aerial photograph, an orthophotograph can be used to measure true distances, because it is an accurate representation of the Earth’s surface, having been adjusted for topographic relief, lens distortion, and camera tilt.

Put simply, an orthomosaic map is a detailed, accurate photo representation of an area, created out of many photos that have been stitched together and geometrically corrected (“orthorectified”) so that it is as accurate as a map.

Here are a few examples of ortho rectified aerial surveys & 3D aerial models.

Contact us to see how we can help with your aerial mapping and photography survey needs.

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Covington Catholic High School takes KHSAA Basketball State Title 2018 https://www.ricklohre.com/covington-catholic-khsaa-basketball-state-champions-2018/ https://www.ricklohre.com/covington-catholic-khsaa-basketball-state-champions-2018/#respond Mon, 19 Mar 2018 04:44:16 +0000 http://www.ricklohre.com/index.php/2018/03/19/covington-catholic-khsaa-basketball-state-champions-2018/ It’s a good day to be a Covington Catholic Colonel! Ok Colonels Fans…As Promised…Here are the photos from today’s KHSAA Championship Basketball Game at Rupp Arena in Lexington where the ...

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It’s a good day to be a Covington Catholic Colonel!

Ok Colonels Fans…As Promised…Here are the photos from today’s KHSAA Championship Basketball Game at Rupp Arena in Lexington where the Covington Catholic Colonels of Park Hills defeated the Scott County Cardinals! CCHS 2018 State Champions!!

So very proud to have witnessed my Alma Mater’s second State Championship victory, led by Scott Ruthsatz – Head Coach.

Congratulations to all the Players, Coaches, Trainers, Staff and Volunteers who gave their all this year to make the season a success.  We are all blessed to be a part of such a wonderful institution.

Without further ado, here are a few photos from the game and a link to the full gallery where you can download the photos and share them as you like.  No Charge, No Watermarks, All Free.  My small way of giving back.

See below graphics for instructions on how to download one or all of the images from this game.  Graphics show where links to download are located once you open the

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The one photography question people ask me more than any other… https://www.ricklohre.com/category-you-wont-believe-that-people-ask-me-this/ https://www.ricklohre.com/category-you-wont-believe-that-people-ask-me-this/#comments Fri, 16 Mar 2018 17:38:15 +0000 http://www.ricklohre.com/index.php/2018/03/16/category-you-wont-believe-that-people-ask-me-this/ My Favorite Camera Gear 2018 (spoiler – it’s named after a mountain in Japan) Why are you writing about camera recommendations? No matter where I am at, no matter the ...

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My Favorite Camera Gear 2018

(spoiler – it’s named after a mountain in Japan)

Why are you writing about camera recommendations?

No matter where I am at, no matter the folks I’m with…once someone knows I’m a professional photographer shooting for commercial and editorial clients, the conversation almost always steers towards gear…

The question I’m most often asked…summarized…is “Which camera?”  The question comes in many forms…

  • What is your favorite camera?
  • I want a great camera that takes great photos, what should I get?
  • My daughter is thinking of getting into photography, what kind of camera should I get her?
  • I’m going on a trip to Europe for two weeks and want to make sure I have great photos, what camera should I buy?
  • I have $650, what kind of camera would be best to get within my budget but still takes great photos like yours?

And so on…

Taking better photos is not necessarily about the camera or the gear…

Here’s the deal…it’s not really about the camera…it’s about knowing how to use the camera you have.  So my first piece of advice is to get familiar with the capabilities of your current camera (be it your Canon point and shoot, your iPhone or otherwise) before immediately jumping to “I need a DSLR” or other conclusion.  Surprisingly, some people don’t know that the iPhone can take some amazing photographs by simply using the exposure, focus, exposure lock and focus lock options built right into it.  As well, you don’t always want to have your flash on to get the best exposure.   I could probably build out a small course on how to get great shots in difficult situations with your iPhone or other pseudo smart camera.

Short story, get to know ALL the features your current camera has.  You might be saving yourself some serious $$ by simply figuring out what it CAN do.

I can tell you that we all geek out on new gear, myself included.  New cars, new computers, new cameras…etc etc.  Boy the money I would’ve saved over the years if I’d only have taken the time to get to know my needs, whether my current gear would work for it, and whether or not that latest piece of tech really was necessary for my day to day needs.  But that’s all for another blog post.

You came here for the gear run-down. Let me get to it then…

So if you’ve figured out that your current get up won’t serve you and you NEED a new kit, I’m here to give you my advise.  Knowing full well you’ll probably not take my word for it and go onto 5 other sites that tell you what you think you wanted to hear.  (Just kidding…mostly…but read on anyway)

My Camera Picks

Fair notice…many of these cameras are Amazon affiliate links.  If you make a purchase, I get a very small percentage and you get the best price.

 Fujifilm X100 Fujifilm X100

I love the Fujifilm X Series Cameras.  I cut my teeth all the way back in the early 90’s with Canon gear, briefly using a Mamiya medium format camera.  I stuck with Canon all the way through 2013, when I purchased my first Fujifilm X Series Camera, the X100.  Shortly thereafter I jumped to the X100S for several have to have additional features and a much snappier autofocus system.  You can read about the X Series and it’s history and future here.

For a light and easy camera to travel with, my “go to” small camera has been and continues to be the Fujifilm X100S… it’s what I have taken a number of times to Europe and accounts for about half of the photography that I have done there between in 2014 to today.  Many of the posts tagged #photosfromabroad were taken with this camera and can be seen in blog posts here and in galleries.

The nice thing about the Fuji X100S is it’s two generations older than the newest model the X100F so you can pick one up relatively inexpensive brand new…or if you are looking to save even more $$ on buying a camera, you can pick one up ridiculously cheap used on Amazon.  Check to see if there are any used here.  It’s also a fixed lens so you don’t have to worry about sensor dust etc when removing lenses, additional cost of lenses, what lens to use etc etc.

“This is not the camera you’re looking for…”

Pardon the attempt at a Star Wars / Obi Wan joke, but seriously, DSLR cameras are not the answer to immediate step changes in the level of your photography.  I can try to count on my fingers and toes how many people have come to me asking why, after they bought a DSLR, that their photographs got worse, but I’ve only got 10 and 10…so I’d need at least 8 more limbs to even get close.

One thing I despise about many DSLR’s is that the real quality in any photo comes down to the quality of the lens you have on the camera…not the sensor.  This doesn’t go for the early digital cameras of the 90’s and early 00’s, those cameras had really bad sensors.  Today, most manufacturers, of any level camera have got the sensor thing down.

“It’s not about the megapixels.”

 It It’s not about the megapixels.

So when you buy a cheap yet “teched-out” new Nikon or Canon…the glass is usually crap that you get in the kit.  You’re going to get better photos than a cheap o Nikon or Canon point and shoot…but only slightly better…and ONLY if you know how to use it.   It’s not about the megapixels.  Even all the bells and whistles…well to be honest they’re what scares the bejesus out of people when they go to actually “shoot”.  There is just so much there to learn and set up on DSLR’s that people eventually give up.  A brand new DSLR is not the answer to great photos folks, no matter what the budding 19 year old photographer at Best Buy tells you.  Don’t get me wrong, these X Series cameras from Fujifilm have those settings too…but you only use them when you need them.

What I love about the Fuji systems, whether it’s the X100S or another model with zoom, is that it can be a full auto “set it and forget it” or it can function as a simplistic manual camera or anything in between.  They are really awesome for “learning” the craft without a lot of BS.  Getting to know about photography by using cameras in a “manual” mode or semi manual mode really can help you jump leaps and bounds in the photographs you get.

The X100S is a pretty good sweet spot of file size at 16.3MP so it won’t take up a ton of storage on your machine, but will still be large enough to make really large prints.  Like 30″ x 40″ when you’re tack sharp on focus.  It fits pretty nicely in a jacket pocket or small pouch in a backpack. I keep mine on a small bit of paracord so that I can easily carry it and don’t have to put it around my neck.

These mirrorless X Series cameras are so compact and light, yet pack much the same punch that a good DSLR can, and you’re not carrying all of that weight around!

But what about a zoom?

Use your feet.  Seriously, use your feet…get up and get closer.

 Keep it simple with a fixed lens and use your feet to get closer to your subject. Keep it simple with a fixed lens and use your feet to get closer to your subject.

When possible, try not to complicate things by adding a zoom.  Two reasons.  The first is, the zoom’s that are mostly in the consumer affordable range are garbage.  Ok, maybe not garbage, but they are not great due to their makeup.  Usually they have plastic lens components.  Each zoom lens is not just one piece of glass, but many.  Sometimes there may be 5-8 separate elements that create the “zoom”.  The more elements (glass elements, plastic elements or otherwise) that you have in a lens, the more it’s going to degrade the final image that is exposed on your camera’s sensor.

Take this for example. If you wear glasses, sunglasses or reading, if you’re like me, you notice when there is a smudge or scratch.  If you look out a car window or window in your home sometimes you’ll notice that the glass isn’t perfect, it’s wavy or distorted somewhat.  Now imagine that you multiply the number of windshields and sunglasses that you’re looking through. Even the smallest distortion, smudge or other aberration is going to multiply itself. To the point where you’re not going to get a very clear image of what’s in front of you.

 Multiple elements in each lens add to the aberrations and image degradation in zooms.  Multiple elements in each lens add to the aberrations and image degradation in zooms.

Most cheap kit lenses or other consumer grade lenses suffer from this same phenomenon.

But I really WANT a zoom!

While I know that’s not always an option.  Jimmy is gonna get pretty wigged out if you are out near the pitchers mound while he’s starting his first High School baseball game. 😉

Ok fair enough, so you figured you really do need a zoom.

You have a couple options.  This will all be based on what your budget will allow.

Zoom Lens Route Options

While I don’t particularly like this option, some folks who really want a zoom won’t have the budget for an interchangeable lens setup, so there are a couple options that get you zoom without killing your budget…

The X10 & X20.  Both boast a robust camera that is similar to the X100 series but has zoom capabilities.

Interchageable Lens Options that won’t break the bank…

 An interchangeable camera body that won An interchangeable camera body that won’t break the bank… the Fujifilm X-T20

I have also begun to get familiar with the XT 10 and XT 20 models which have interchangeable lenses and are similar to the pro models I use (X-T2 and X-Pro2)

The XT 10 and XT 20 pack much the same punch of the other pricier interchangeable lens models, but in a more compact size. Add to that they I have an onboard flash which is great when you are in late evening sunset light or evening time when you need to fill with flash.

The zoom lenses I currently use are the Fujinon XF50-140mmF2.8 R LM OIS WR and the Fujinon XF18-135mmF3.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR

But I really have to have a professional model camera…

Stay tuned…I’ll have a blog about the current gear I use soon. 😉

 Fujifilm X Series Professional travel gear bag setup... Fujifilm X Series Professional travel gear bag setup…

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