Thursday, August 16, 2012
Saturday, May 5, 2012
I have retouched lots of pictures for Jordan Wolk luxury fashion brand recently. But I really like this press pic that was done for the sweet JW duo Aimee and Sara.
Please see more of the beautiful JW clothes at:
Photos by Jodi Jones Studio
Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Jordan-Wolk is a two lady design team in UES NYC with a very classy line of clothes. The retouching on this was all personal choice on color tone and styling. I need the picture to seem very edgy and and still soft. This is not your average New York Housewife. But maybe the feather tattoo is more normal than I think. Definitely not the skull.
-Monsieur Adam Rodriguez
Walter is an ambitious man that wants a lot from his photographer. He needs images for the buyers the next day after shooting his beautiful collection. Those buyers love his brand because he has great clothes and a great photographer: Jodi Jones. I have a turn around of only 1 day for retouching all his pictures. You have to be good and fast, not just fast or good.
|Model Kimbra Lo|
Photo Jodi Jones
Friday, December 23, 2011
Thursday, December 15, 2011
Jodi Jones is a talented fashion, beauty and advertising photographer in NYC that can take some great photos. She just had the Hasselblad camera in her hands last month for SHOOTNYC Hasselblad/Broncolor event. It was a huge success!
The images came out splendid and I had a great time retouching them. It was a cold day in NYC, and just as cold on set as outside. The models actually needed small personal floor heaters on set while the crew was warm in their nice jackets.
Here are some images I retouched for her.
Thursday, December 1, 2011
Thursday, October 6, 2011
Brooklyn NY has an awesome area called DUMBO. Its funny, its means Down Under Manhattan Bridge Overpass. But i always am reminded that it DUMB-Overpriced. I am excited to see the area from a different point. I will meet some creative people this friday in DUMBO by going to the Swiss-Miss Creative Mornings meeting. :)
Thanks Swiss Miss!
Friday, June 18, 2010
I was taught in computer class, at age 16, to program C++ code. I was taught first was to say "Hello World". This is very common of the computer classes back in 2000. Very basic.
But the simplest things are the most important.
I am a generous lover, I am not a hater. (At least is what I have been told) I wanted to save China from SARS and poverty as a teenager. I now see with different eyes. Much has changed but my desire to help others and follow "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you" is part of my life code. It rings in my subconscious.
Cycling, running, exercise, and staying healthy has taken my life in a new direction. So I choose to dedicate my life to what I think helps us all; Getting outside and enjoying life, physically and mentally. Hopefully Christ's words "I make all things new" and meditating with the Buddha can help get me to new heights and challenges as I grow everyday, newer.