Weekly Wrap-up, October 29th – November 2nd

It’s certainly been an interesting week. Not exactly business as usual for Monday and Tuesday thanks to Hurricane Sandy, but thankfully every part of the Crisman photo team weathered the storm just fine. We were very lucky, since Philadelphia did not face the brunt like New Jersey and New York. Our thoughts do go out to everyone in our industry and beyond who’s been affected, we hope you get back on your feet as soon as possible.

Although we were delayed by the storms, we did our best to get right back at it when we could. As the last two months of the year begin, we’ve got a ton of shoots and projects to take care of before we enter 2013. It’s gonna get pretty crazy in the coming weeks, but for now keep reading to check out how we fared these past few days…

After a few days of stormy weather, we returned to the studio to get back in action for the exciting projects we have in the coming weeks and months.

It’s tough to show what we were up to this week in photos, but I can tell you that it ranged the gamut from web design to fine art printing to gaining security clearances for locations out in the desert of New Mexico. Even if we’re cooped up inside because of a hurricane, it’s never a dull moment.

After the storm blew through it suddenly began to feel like fall in Philly, and that can only mean one thing – it’s Pho season!

And along with the start of fall comes a new season of sports to distract us from making photos. Crisman managed to score some pretty great tickets to the 76ers opener. I’m jealous.

As far as what you may have missed this week on the internet:

 – We blogged the first of three posts from shooting the 2012 Field and Stream Heroes of Conservation

 – We announced that Chris and I will be speaking down in Washington DC on November 15th – we better see you there!

 – Heather Elder shared some very real images from the path of Hurricane Sandy

 – Fellow photographer Leigh Beisch released a behind the scenes from her cover shoot for Delicious Living magazine

 – Zack Arias compares photography to prostitution in a Q&A on his blog

 – APhotoEditor shares some insight that digital magazines are thriving

Last but not least…

What were you for Halloween??