Having worked with the new Profoto B1 strobes for a short while, I’ve finally challenged myself to ask this question. The B1 brings a lot to the table – self-contained monolights, remote control, 500 watt-seconds of power, and TTL control. Read More
I’ve recently had an opportunity to work with a client photographing a number of different companies for a magazine awards feature. As I met and interacted with the executives and their staff I noticed significant differences in their personalities. Of Read More
Morton Visuals had the opportunity to photograph the staff of Camera Ready Cosmetics recently. We very quickly realized that these would not be (and should not be) typical business portraits. These aren’t lawyers or realtors — these are people that live Read More
Morton Visuals had the opportunity to provide formal event portraits of the employees of the San Marcos Costco for their post-holidays Christmas party. This event was held in the Crystal Ballroom at the beautiful Grand Tradition in Fallbrook, CA. This Read More
Since I am often asked this question, I wanted to provide some answers here. How can you best utilize your photographer at your event? Documentary Photography Documentation is the most popular use of an event photographer. Images often get reused Read More
William Morton worked with photojournalist James Aronovsky tonight to photograph convention guests posing with Paul Teutul Sr. (of Orange County Choppers and the American Chopper TV show). Guests of the AHA Leadership Summit got a chance to pose with Paul Read More
William Morton Visuals event photography participated in the All You Need Is Love fundraiser at the Stoneridge Country Club on February 13, 2010, to benefit the National Brain Cancer Association.
William Morton will be participating in the PMDA Portraits of Love project at the Southern California Photo Expo in Anaheim CA on February 20, 2010.
William Morton Visuals supports The Pink Party fundraiser for breast cancer awareness at the House of Blues in San Diego.