Thursday, September 27, 2012

Rangeley Photoshoot Photographs

Below are a few of my favorite photos from my recent photoshoot with Burgess Media and the Maine Department of Tourism (MDOT) in Rangeley, Maine. The MDOT is planning to organize an entire new campaign to promote tourism and small business in the state of Maine. Part of the campaign involves linking with native experts passionate (or even Rabid!) about the state of Maine and making them Maine Insiders. These people will be photographed, videoed and even write about their various adventures in Maine, in an attempt to encourage others to visit our amazing state!

My time on the project was comprised of an entire two and a half days being photographed kayaking, canoeing, flying in sea-planes, ATV riding, fly fishing, hunting and even touring the Maine heritage museum in Oquossoc, Maine . . . I also had to complete two hour long interviews! All of the pictures and video will eventually be boiled down into about 30 seconds of video! LOL!

All in all a great experience and the folks from both organizations were fantastic! Thanks again to all the fine folks in both organizations for providing me with such a unique experience! 

I was also fortunate to be joined by a very talented Brittany named "Brookie" (short for Brook Trout) for my session pretending to hunt partridge and woodcock. Good times had by all! 










8 comments:

  1. Tammy Morris9/27/12, 9:37 AM

    Nice stuff! What a cool project to be involved in.

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  2. Thanks! I cannot wait to see the rest of the prints and the video! Its gonna be awesome!

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  3. That Nova you are sporting sure looks light just like a Browning A-5 you should be holding for a photo in the field. Might as well be toting your 10 gauge... My day just got a whole lot better, thanks bro.

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  4. DDH, Yeah, yeah . . . I knew there would be ball busting about not carrying a light over under BUT in true Mainah fashion, we ain't pretty, we ain't always politically correct and we shoot byrds and deah with what we got. FEAR the man who owns one gun buddy. :)

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    1. Good question . . . I believe it was the Maine guide who owns the guide service on the way out of town . . . his name escapes me.

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    1. Thanks! My page through the Maine Department of Tourism is located at: Steve Vose Maine Insider I have been waiting to openly publish it until the video portion goes live! BUT here is your personalized sneak peak! :)

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