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Andrew Cloer is a commercial photographer from the Triad Area of North Carolina and a graduate from Randolph Community College. He specializes in music, sports, and lifestyle photography. For all inquires please contact

Wednesday, January 25, 2012


So I decided to play around with some sports shooting on a whim with my good friend Phillip this weekend. I used a single Alien Bee powered by a vagabond and decided to just wing it. These are far from perfect but I figured I would post them for fun. 

Canon 550D
Canon 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Jason Tuggle Band

Somehow I managed to not post this last semester. I did a multimedia piece on the Jason Tuggle Band back in the summer (link). Last semester for my Photographic Illustration class I did a photo shoot with the band. Here was my favorite image from the shoot.

Canon 550D
Canon 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Carnival Cruises.

I recently went on a Carnival Cruise with my beautiful girlfriend, Billie, and her family. Being as beautiful as she is, I took a lot of pictures of Billie naturally. I snapped this shot while she was getting ready to go out one day and I just really liked it. I wanted to play around with making advertisements so I made a fake carnival ad to showcase the cabins. I know it doesn't show much of the cabin, but I feel like it gives you the feel that you're in one. Either way I really like the photo and had fun playing around with this. Here is the image.

Canon 550d
Canon 50mm f/1/4

Silhouette Ships.

I recently began a music project with my lovely girlfriend, Billie. We've been in a long distance relationship out entire college careers so obviously the web played a big part in this. We wrote songs mostly over Skype with demos in GarageBand or Pro Tools (she has Pro Tools because she's fancier than me). When I visited over my winter break we played a show in Florida. So we had a somewhat presentable webpage for the band, I decided to take some band promos of us. The final image is below.

Here are a few extras and bloopers from the shoot:

Canon 550d
Canon 50mm f/1.4