Learjet 85 First Flight

Chauncey Studios was lucky enough to be invited to help archive the Learjet 85 in its progression from hi speed taxi to its first lift off on April 10th 2014. The aircraft marks one of the first ground up aircraft builds in Learjet’s long history in decades. We would like to extend our congratulations to [...]

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Wichita State Homecoming and Basketball Game

For Wichita State’s Homecoming events which ended with the Basketball teams 30th win over Drake, the Wichita State Alumni Association asked if we would help come up with some images to help promote the events. The title for the homecoming festivities was Cirque Du Wu, a play off of Cirque Du Soleil. The four events [...]

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Hasselblad Around the World Inclusion

For the third time in a little over a year we have been honored by the Hasselblad folks choosing one of our photographs to grace their page as one of their month’s top photo list. We will like to thank them for honoring us by this inclusion. Should you care to see the other short [...]

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Chauncey Studios Fine Art in Eureka Springs Gallery

Chauncey Studios is proud to announce that our fine art photography flower series is now hanging in Fresh Harvest in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Fresh Market specializes in high quality olive oils and other balsamic vinegars. The owners felt that the large prints made a perfect addition to the look and feel of their market and [...]

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A Pizza is a Pizza, or is it?

The humble yet ubiquitous pizza has been a staple of we humans for hundreds of years, most likely beginning with the ancient Greeks who often slathered their pita bread with herbs, oil, and cheese. Though modern Americans consume somewhere in the neighborhood of 3 billion of the delectable pies each year, it only arrived on [...]

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The Devil is in The Details

Creating a fire and smoke filled image for a Hellish Bourbon does not require one to Make a Deal with the Devil. A distinctly bold bourbon with rich flavor unleashed from deep inside the barrel wood.  After aging, when the bourbon is dumped out of the barrel, a certain amount of whiskey is left trapped [...]

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Grene Vision and Miss Kansas

We recently had the opportunity to photograph Miss Kansas Theresa Vail for the Grene Vision Groups eyewear campaigns. Grene Vision Group is one of the largest doctor-owned eyecare groups in the United States, with the training and technology to provide world-class eye care. Miss Vail is from Manhattan, Kansas, and attends Kansas State University where [...]

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More Free Photoshop Textures

Designers and Art Directors can always use more textures. Bashcorpo has posted some nice royalty-free textures for Photoshop. They also have a series of PS brushes that include pictograms, rusty arcade games from the 80′s, and even Space Invaders (which might be telling of your age… LOL!). The textures are royalty free for both home [...]

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National Festival of Breads

Earlier this year we were asked by the Kansas Wheat Council to photograph the winners of the 2013 National Festival of Breads in Manhattan, Kansas. Top honors went to Rosemary Leicht of Bethel, Ohio,  for her Onion Parmesan Cracker Bread, chosen from among eight finalists. As the 2013 National Festival of Breads champion, Leicht wins [...]

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Using Google SketchUp to Comp Images

We know that the days of pencil, markers, and paper have not totally expired, but if you’re in a hurry to provide a comprehensive sketch for your illustrator or photographer, you would be wise to invest a couple of hours with Google SketchUp, a free 3D program from our friends at Google (of course). The [...]

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