Author: <span class="vcard">Adam Coppola</span>

Right Where We Want to Be: Commercial Athlete Photography

Right Where We Want to Be: Commercial Athlete Photography

Just when we were about to give up on ever putting another minute into SEO, we landed one of our favorite projects to-date and they found us through a Google image search of commercial athlete photography.  We would say most of our new clients are […]

CrossFit New Haven Fitness Photos

CrossFit New Haven Fitness Photos

Wanted to share a few fitness photos with you from our most recent photography shoot at CrossFit New Haven.  You might recognize the building from our fitness shoot there last spring.  Love that building! Love the strength in these photos.

Congrats to CX National Champion 2017 Stephen Hyde – Team Cannondale Cyclocrossworld

Congrats to CX National Champion 2017 Stephen Hyde – Team Cannondale Cyclocrossworld

Yesterday Stephen Hyde crossed the finish line first at the Cyclocross National Championship in Hartford, CT!   In 2015 Coppola Photography had the opportunity to photograph Team Cannondale Cyclocrossworld at the Cannondale Headquarters in Connecticut.  Stephen was a soft-spoken gentlemen with a quiet fierceness about […]

Swimming Athlete Portraits- Personal Project

Swimming Athlete Portraits- Personal Project

Swimming athlete portraits.  This was brand new territory for me.  As a swimmer, Zach spends hours upon hours on a pool deck, acquainting himself intimately with the cold pool, the chlorine-filled air, and the hot, stuffy atmosphere.  To him, this is home.  But to me, […]

Fitness Photography: Personal Project

Fitness Photography: Personal Project

  Our ideal client is Nike, Under Armour, Adidas, Reebok.  We want to be the creatives behind their imagery and we know we have what it takes. But they don’t know it… yet.  So we have to show them.  And creating a personal project focusing […]

What Your Head Shot Says About You

What Your Head Shot Says About You

Professional head shot. Facebook profile pic. Match.com image. What do all of these things have in common?  Hopefully not much.  We’re guessing that the people you’re trying to impress on Match.com aren’t the same type of people you’re trying to impress in the business world.  […]