life behind a lens

life behind a lens

Advertising and Editorial Photographer Travis Duncan | Sharing some of my favorite things in life including: personal photos, behind the scenes production photos, production out takes, tear sheets & a variety of work you may not find in my regular commercial portfolio. Thanks for stopping by!

Production has started this morning with two of our favorite brands: Green Dirt Farm & Boulevard Brewing Co.

Here’s a look at a few out takes I shot a while back for:  Missouri Farmers Care.  http://mofarmerscare.com/tag/family-farming/

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Recent photo shoot in NYC & the Toothbrush Selfie!

This was a cool job I recently shot on Long Island for Chase Hockey, Bardown, Titan, and Energice.

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Repainting the Cyc today. Never gets old. #studiohandyman




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Repainting the Cyc today. Never gets old. #studiohandyman

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Recent Tear Sheet
We are proud to have been a part of the 10 year anniversary for the “Go Red”, which benefits the American Heart Association. Find out more information at: https://www.goredforwomen.org/
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Recent Tear Sheet

We are proud to have been a part of the 10 year anniversary for the “Go Red”, which benefits the American Heart Association. Find out more information at: https://www.goredforwomen.org/

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Down to four camera bags for a location portrait. My packing skills have peaked!!
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Down to four camera bags for a location portrait. My packing skills have peaked!!

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New E-Promo just launched.

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New E-Promo just launched.

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Farmstead Sheep’s Cheese in Missouri.

Nestled in the hills of the picturesque Missouri River Valley is Green Dirt Farm. A grass-based sheep dairy and farmstead creamery located in Weston, MO. This is one of a very few grass-based, farmstead sheep dairy and creameries in the United States. Life at the farm begins before daybreak, and that’s when our photo essay began. 

About 180 dairy ewes are brought in twice a day for milking from the pastures where they live and are protected by the farm’s guard dogs and a couple of guard llamas. It was incredibly interesting to see how well the dogs blended into the flock, and how keenly aware they were of anything outside of “their” flock. At one point, a dog even sounded off at the potential threat of an eagle soaring by. It was amazing to see.

The Sheep’s diet of pesticide-free natural grasses and legumes, augmented with quality alfalfa hay influences flavors in the milk, cheeses, and yogurt.  Using traditional old world techniques, the cheese makers at Green Dirt Farm craft some of the most amazing “artisan style” soft-ripened cheeses, as well as fresh cheeses that I’ve ever had.

Find out more at: http://greendirtfarm.com/

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Behind the scene’s look at a recent food shoot for @JeffCityMag

The assignment was pretty simple in execution, in that we decided to use an available skylight in the room, (almost directly overhead about 30’ feet up.) The only modifier we had to break out was a silver/white Westcott reflector to kill some of the specular highlights we were getting, or to add a little splash of light where needed. Fun, easy, and ended up working well for the magazine.

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