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Bryan O'Neill for the Cover of IBM Systems Magazine

A recent photo shoot for the cover of IBM Systems Magazine about Allegiant Air's Linux expert Bryan O'Neil. We met at McCarran International Airport at the Allegiant hanger and were able to use a couple of the planes as props. The planes were a little cumbersome to move so we had to really play around with light as we ended up shooting during the brightest part of the day. The light really reflected off all the concrete at the airport so we really had to shade the subject and set the strobes to overpower the sun. I really like the way the cover turned out. 

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