Greg Price Photography
Studio 212 • 212 Durham Avenue • Metuchen NJ
I have been involved in photography
1972 and have been working full-time in the field since 1977. Since
I have been a partner or principle in a number of commercial
studios in the Union County, NJ, area. In August, 2003, I moved into a
new studio in Metuchen, NJ, Studio 212. Click
more information about the studio. My fields of specialty include
publicity headshots, and glamour.
Investment Group LLC: 2003
I spent 10 days
in March, 2003, in Jamaica shooting productions stills for the reality
Beauties of Hedonism III". We also shot a pilot for a woman's pro
pool/celebrity show in Las Vegas. We have also shot segments for the TV
show Steel Wheels in Indianapolis.
November 2000 - ???
I shot for "the
world's premier professional event photography service". I would go to
events, mostly class reunions, and shoot photos of the participants.
would then post the photos on their web site where they could be
directly. This company is no longer in business.
SBP: 1999 to May 2000
I started working semi-full time (while
continuing my freelance work) as Director of Marketing for a company
that supplies emergency power
in 1999 after having them as a commercial client for my photography
for many years. As Marketing Director at this company my duties
and maintaining their web site, marketing research, photography,
with graphic artists and layout artists, ad placement, and computer
Trak Industries, Middlesex, NJ: 1999
Fram Trak does custom plastic extrusion
and injection molding. I have shot photos of their factory and
in operation and their finished products for their annual report,
and web site.
I have done much public relations
for Union County College including almost all the photos in three of
course catalogs, photos for their brochures, press releases, and
Cranford, NJ: 1977 - 1990
As a freelance photographer I did most
of the photography for this local independent weekly newspaper from
till it was bought out by Forbes Newspapers in 1990. My assignments
editorial, human interest, advertising, pictorial, and special effects
photography. During my 13 years as their main photographer I received a
total of 22 awards from the NJ Press Association and the Society of
Journalists. I also did some writing for them.
Magazine: 1977 - 1980
I was staff photographer and photo
of this gourmet food magazine during its four years of publication and
did all of their in-house photography including the shooting and
of cover photos, photography for use in ads and editorial photography.
I also did some writing for them.
Tinton Falls, NJ: 1980 - 1981
I was hired full-time as head of the
department of this advertising agency after working for them on a
basis for a few years. They specialized in multi-media slide shows and
print advertising. I did all of their in-house photography including
and location shots, titles and special effects for multi-projector
shows, Kodalith processing, and video operation.
I started the Greg Price
Photography Workshop in 1991 and have run more than 350 workshops since
have done a number of programs for the Cosmopolitan Chapter
of the Photographic Society of America. In 1995 I taught a staff
course for the Public Relations Department at Union
I was Secretary and Newsletter
Editor of the Advertising Photographers of New Jersey (formally the
New Jersey Society of Commercial Photographers) for 8 years. As
some of my duties included setting up and managing their database of
recruiting new members, taking minutes of executive board meetings, and
to help organize and run general meetings. As newsletter editor my
included writing articles, page layout, ad design and placement, and
the printing and distribution of the newsletter. The monthly newsletter
ran from 8 to 20 pages and had a circulation of about 1500.
In the past I have also been active
the camera club circuit and was vice-president of the Garden State
Club (Roselle Park, NJ) for 2 years. I have presented
slide programs on special effects photography, gave demonstrations on
lighting techniques, and have lectured on the business of photography
camera clubs throughout the state. I have also judged photographic
for camera clubs, church groups, and a local hospital.
In the past I have done my own printing, matting,
and framing and have exhibited my fine-art photography at many outdoor
art shows throughout New Jersey and have won numerous awards including
10 “First Place” awards and 1 “Outstanding” award.
I have also had my work displayed at
number of indoor spaces including the Ultimate Image Gallery
Color Lab in Cranford, the Cranford Library, Tony's Cafe
in Cranford, and I have had five shows at the Cranford Dramatic Club.
Nikon D-200 and D-70 bodies, 24-120mm
zoom, 12-24mm zoom, and a 10.5mm fisheye lens.
In the past I have used the following camera
formats: 35mm, 645, 6x7, and 4x5. I currently only shoot digital.
An assortment of Alien Bees studio strobes including two B400 heads,
ten B800 heads, and an AB Ringflash.
In the past I had done my own black and white film developing and
printing for many years, including printing for myself and all the
other photographers who worked for the Cranford Chronicle for the 13
years that I was their main photographer. Since I switched over to
digital I no longer have a darkroom.
Sony TRV-85 Hi8 video camera. JVC Mini
DV Digital Video GR-DVL520u camera.
computer is a MacBook Pro with Intel Core 2 Duo processor, running OS X
10.6.8 (Snow Leopard) with two 24" Apple LED Cinema Displays (one for
home and one for the studio). I have an iPod
Touch and an iPad2. I also have a Samsung Galaxy S III phone.
copyright 1999 - 2012