A Day in the Life with Western Region Still Photographers

By / July 7, 2021 / 0 Comments

They may be just a little prejudiced, but Western Region still photographers like to boast almost anything is available to capture when they turn their eyes from the set and follow their passion. Some turn to the streets, like Tony Rivetti Jr. (who was recently named one of the “11 Best Street Photographers in L.A.”). […]

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A Day in the Life with Eastern Region Still Photographers

By / May 5, 2021 / 0 Comments

East Coasters have a strength and determination different from other parts of the country. When the pandemic hit, Local 600 unit still photographers from the eastern region didn’t hesitate to pivot their “focus” from on-set images to the unfolding dynamism of the world around them. “It was both an escape and a reality check,” describes […]

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A Day in the Life with Central Region Still Photographers

By / April 7, 2021 / 0 Comments

While no one would ever wish it so, the upside of a year-long pandemic has been to provide Local 600 members the time to explore creative work beyond the set. Certainly, this has been true for many of Local 600’s unit still photographers, who have been pointing their cameras at everything beyond the actors and […]

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Still Photographers Share Their Creative Passions Away From Set

By / March 17, 2021 / 0 Comments

The pandemic might have closed down production, but artists never stop creating. Shelter-in-place simply meant being inventive and turning an artistic eye in other directions. For this Women’s History Month, we wanted to highlight female unit still photographers to see what they’ve been doing to feed their creative souls. The range of solutions they found […]

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Looking Forward with Richard DuCree

By / February 3, 2021 / 0 Comments

When not shooting stills for projects like Stargirl, MacGyver, Greenleaf, and Nat Geo’s Genius: Aretha (ICG Magazine May 2020), Atlanta-based still photographer Richard DuCree captures stunning images that form the crossroads of art and social justice. Recently, DuCree was hired as the official photographer to document Raphael Warnock’s Georgia senatorial campaign. “It was a big […]

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Celebrating the Holidays with Local 600 Members

By / December 16, 2020 / 0 Comments

When you have a creative eye, it doesn’t matter if your trailer is half-buried in Oregonian snow (a la Still Photographer Dale Robinette), passing by your local golf club in Pasadena (like Lighting Director Bob Barnhart), or hunkered down with family in Atlanta (Still Photographer Erika Doss); there’s always an interesting image worth capturing. To […]

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A Day in the Life of Mark Hill

By / October 26, 2020 / 0 Comments

For Atlanta, GA-based Local 600 Unit Still Photographer Mark Hill, the last six months have felt, in his words, “like one very long day, punctuated by wonderful family meals, yardwork, a knee replacement, and a few rounds of socially-distanced golf.” Hill adds that since the outset of quarantine, he’s felt “a nagging melancholy that has […]

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A Day in the Life of Dale Robinette

By / October 16, 2020 / 0 Comments

With the “stay at home” order in place, Ashland, OR-based Local 600 Unit Still Photographer Dale Robinette (ICG Magazine, Set 2 One-Sheet) spent his summer building a bathhouse for the family’s 1953 Airstream trailer, where he said, “my hammering did have several hiccups.” When the job was almost complete, Robinette, whose long list of feature […]

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10 Questions with Martin Rosas

By / October 9, 2020 / 0 Comments

Before the global pandemic arrived, West Coast-based 2nd AC Martin Rosas was working on everything from The Ellen Degeneres Show to Jada P. Smith’s Red Table Talk. And he was constantly traveling for work. Now, Rosas’ main sojourn is from his apartment in Hollywood, CA to his finacé’s house in Pomona (about 35 miles). He […]

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A Day in the Life with Eddy Chen

By / October 2, 2020 / 0 Comments

Life during quarantine, for Eddy Chen, his wife Winnie, and their two dogs, was quiet ­– for a few months. The family sequestered in their Westside L.A. apartment, cooked, exercised, lounged, and watched TV. Walking the dogs and a trip to the market was their biggest foray out into the world. As restrictions eased, Chen […]

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