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Stereo Car.

May 18, 2016

Worked on a cool story for The Wall Street Journal about car audio legend Mark Aldridge and his custom made Nascar Sprint Cup car and it’s 3,900 watt mega audio system. He has a forest of trophies and is a giant in the industry. Nice guy, too.

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Black and white weather.

May 11, 2016

Storm clouds skirt the Oklahoma City metro area.

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Cameras for all

April 27, 2016

So my neighbor knows I’m a photographer, and being the sweetheart he is, thought I’d like this old Insta Flash twin lens. He couldn’t have been more right! Circa 1950, this 2 1/4 x 2 1/4 negative producing box retailed for $6.95. I like it on pink…

Vintage twin lens camera

Big boots

April 15, 2016

The intention was to take some photos of missing front teeth. This is where we ended up.

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Blinded by the Light.

March 25, 2016

Just kidding. But seriously, these old Dot Blue flash bulbs would blow your mind if you were in front of one, let alone three at the same time. Each bulb has a guide number of 550′ at ISO 100. Some back of the envelope math indicates flash output around 700 watt/seconds, which is intense. All three together with this sweet clover leaf hand-held-light-of-the-stars flashgun? Revelatory.

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Oh hey, it’s 2016

March 10, 2016
NEW WEBSITE

Ok, so here it is again, several months gone by, no action. Well, I’ve had a website redesign so I thought that seemed like a pretty good excuse to write a post. There are a few more project galleries in there, too.

www.brettdeering.com

Here’s a sample from one of the new galleries, “Red Rocket,” which is a series on a family-owned fireworks stand in rural Oklahoma. Thanks for taking a look!

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John Moreland

July 8, 2015

It was last year when I posted last, and I intend to catch up in the next few weeks to share a bunch of stuff. On that note, last week I had the opportunity to shoot portraits of Tulsa, Okla. singer/songwriter John Moreland for The Wall Street Journal. The print version ran the image a half page (which was great), the web version is here:
http://www.wsj.com/articles/the-sad-sweet-songs-of-oklahomas-john-moreland-143567661

The first image is the one they used, a few outtakes follow.

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