Jun 26, 2015

Fantastic Denver Sunset!

After the storms rolled through Denver last night, there was quite a spectacular sunset. We were on site with my quad, capturing this great scene!


Jun 15, 2015

Denver Eye Candy

Start your week off right with some Denver eye candy!

All of these photos are available for prints!







Apr 16, 2015

Aerial Season is Coming!

As great as a nice fresh winter snow can look from the sky...



Warmer weather, and greenery....


Is always pleasing to the eye!


Mar 27, 2015

Ryan Dravitz Photography on Instagram!

Did you know that I'm on Instagram? Check it out!


Instagram

Mar 10, 2015

Prints Store is now live!

A much needed update has come to the Ryan Dravitz Photography website. You can now buy prints right from home! The majority of photos on this website are available for purchase and it's as easy as clicking 'Buy Print' at the bottom of a photo, like on this one below!

Head on over to the Prints Store for more details!


Nov 27, 2014

One Day on Earth - One Day in Denver

Back in April, Ken Schroeppel and I went around central Denver creating a time-lapse video for the global One Day on Earth media campaign. On April 26, we had a 24-hour window to film around Denver to answer a specific question about our city. Totaling 4,842 photos, our time-lapse video attempts to answer the question: How do pedestrians interact with their city?

Saturday, April 26, 2014 was a typical Saturday in the Mile High City, and there were no major sporting events or conventions in town. As expected, the chilly morning didn’t bring many people out at first but, as the day warmed up, the amount of pedestrian activity increased considerably all over the city.

Shooting commenced at 5:06 AM to catch the sunrise, and ended at 7:55 PM when my last camera battery, out of seven, died as the skies darkened. Ken accompanied me for the entire shoot, helping carry equipment and transporting us to every location. This project would not have been nearly as amazing without Ken’s help, knowledge, and creative ideas. Thank you, Ken!

Once we shot the beautiful sunrise, we visited an additional 15 sites. We had the process down to a science: get to the site, setup, shoot 250 photos at 4-second intervals, take down, and move on. There was no looking back and no retakes.

Without further ado, we would like to present One Day on Earth – One Day in Denver!