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Hard Rock Mini Ad-campaigns

So I’ll be covering the Hard Rock hotel’s Intervention party throughout the duration of the summer this year. I’m particularly excited about it because I’ve been given the freedom to create a cool interactive campaign that features a lot of the locals in a style similar to advertisements for the events. We did the first […]

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Matt - Beautiful photos. Can’t believe this is just one light setup photo booth!June 22, 2014 – 7:03 am

4 Tips on Creating a Successful Photobooth | The Photo Life - [...] one light directly opposite the backdrop & it will provide a simple look without ugly shadows. This booth was actually done with one light (warning [...]October 17, 2012 – 11:08 am

Pool Party Extravaganza! | Tim King Blog | Tim King Photographer - [...] you want the craziest partyers in San Diego, you’ll find them here. While I mostly hold the photobooth for this event, occasionally I will shoot crowd shots for different publications if the timing is [...]July 7, 2011 – 8:21 pm

The Photobooth Post | Tim King Blog | Tim King Photographer - [...] one directly opposite the backdrop & it will provide a decent look without ugly shadows. This booth was actually done with one light (warning [...]April 26, 2011 – 3:52 pm

Rich - I’m diggin the branding going on with the logo & blue background…these people are probably lovin their picsJuly 6, 2010 – 8:52 am

Bruce Mendleson - Haha there’s Lenny and Matt. I dont doubt those guys were gettin in to something good that dayJune 29, 2010 – 8:51 am

Juan Valdez - I agree with Ashley – your job must be tough man! Hahaha yeah rightMay 20, 2010 – 7:32 pm

Rebecca Robles - These photos are so much fun! I’ve never been to the hard rock, but it sounds like it’s the place to be on Sundays huh?May 13, 2010 – 1:29 pm

Benny Altrovski - These are awesome man, I’m gonna have to make it one out of these weekends, looks like a blast!May 7, 2010 – 6:38 pm

Svetlana Mocianu - Oh wow we made it on the blog :) Haha great meeting you the other day, you are a great photographer!!May 2, 2010 – 7:43 pm

Ana Rodriguez - ¡Que divertido!May 1, 2010 – 6:43 pm

April Carter - THIS LOOKS LIKE SO MUCH FUN! I WANNA GOMay 1, 2010 – 2:52 pm

Jon - I’m totally stealing your job. If not, can I come help? HahaApril 30, 2010 – 11:53 pm

Blake Hartley - ooooh man this summer’s gonna be a lot of fun..April 30, 2010 – 3:12 pm

Ashley Ligattori - Haha wow! You have a tough job mister :)April 29, 2010 – 10:10 pm

Arnie Stevenson - Cool shots! What kind of lighting setup did you use? I like the soft shadows on the backdrop, nice touch!April 29, 2010 – 9:11 pm

Rocky - Hard Rock must be lovin you for this stuff. Makes Rehab looks like last years trashApril 29, 2010 – 8:42 pm

Sobrina Vasquez - Haha these are great! Way to capture the day!April 29, 2010 – 11:21 am

Senior Portraits!

So it’s that time of the year – time to celebrate taking that next step! If you or a friend are graduating college & entering the real world, why not get something to take with you to remember all that HARD WORK you had to do! Get in touch with me to book a time […]

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Alberto Ramirez - Great stuff man, way to have some alternative style instead of the standard robe shots.August 19, 2010 – 11:37 am

Ron L - Haha there’s Gianni…lookin dapper as always lolApril 24, 2010 – 6:36 pm

Lisa Pengali - Aw I love that photo of the girl in front of the pool! Which school is that?April 22, 2010 – 4:11 pm

Taryn Wheatly - Oooh! I need to get mine done! When can I do some? Or how do we set up a time??April 22, 2010 – 2:48 pm

Lauren - I would totally hire that guy in the picture. Based on the picture alone, he is clearly at least as competent as Washington Mutual’s executive leaders.April 21, 2010 – 4:03 pm

Rachel M - Aw she looks so happy in that photo! Even though I already graduated, can I still do these? ahh the memories…lolApril 20, 2010 – 12:29 pm

4 Types of Unique Job Interview questions YOU might encounter…and how you can be ready for them!

So just yesterday, I held a booth at San Diego State University’s Entrepreneur day fair. The event featured both student and alumni entrepreneurs who have started their own business out of San Diego. Alumni including founder Thom McElroy of Volcom, Wing Lam of Wahoo’s, JEDIDIAH clothing, Rubio’s, and several others came down to host their […]

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Shirley Lu - I like this, and I am entering a contest, for “If You were a Car Part, What Would You be”, and I don’t know what to pick, so I chose the Wheels. Could you give me a list of information, on why the wheel is an important car part?June 5, 2015 – 1:48 pm

30 60 90 Sales Plan - Will surely recommend this site to some friends! Very interesting site and articles. Really thankful for sharing. Regards,August 19, 2011 – 5:17 am

Eric - Yeah, that twice as cold question is tough! I ‘m getting ready for an interview today so these were a great help.April 19, 2011 – 1:43 am

Lisa - I just have to say, reading all these, I hope I don’t have to interview any time soon. But for me interviewing someone else, I’d ask, “How would you go about shopping for a microwave?”
The thoroughness of their “research” efforts would tell me how compulsive they are, or how practical. So if I wanted someone good at research or good at quick/practical decision making, i’d have my answer – right there!

Nice, entertaining reading! thank you.April 16, 2010 – 8:34 pm

julie - hmmm i would get rid of California, and make it a sovereign nation :)April 16, 2010 – 12:13 am

DAD - Good work Tim. Brings more excitement and includes people more in the process as well as gets them thinking. This gives them more to go home with.

I was asked by the person who would be my boss, “If I asked you to do something for me that for you was unethical or inappropriate and insisted that you do it because I was your boss and that I took responsibility, what would you do?”

At an interview for graduate school in clinical psychology, a candidate was asked to tell the interveiwer something she had never told anyone before. She responded, “If I haven’t told anyone else, I’m not going to tell you.”

Re: Which state? “Is this Sophie’s Choice?”April 15, 2010 – 2:45 pm

michael - the scales are just different methods of measuring temperature. to be “twice as cold” is subjective, and would require a relative constant for a “right” answer.April 15, 2010 – 2:22 pm

Sherry - Very interesting questions Tem! Love the pics too! I’m really impressed with everything that you have accomplished thus far! :)
The question remains who is going to take your grad pics? (ME!?!)April 15, 2010 – 12:20 pm

Tim - It sounds like a trick question! Apparently what you’re supposed to do is convert to the “Celsius” scale and judge accordingly, because it wouldn’t be possible in Fahrenheit or Kelvin.April 15, 2010 – 5:29 pm

Michael - i’m impressed. “What is the temperature when it’s twice as cold as zero degrees?” that is all kinds of trick question.April 15, 2010 – 5:25 pm

james - Tim – Nice work at the job fair. Rocking that 50mm 1.4 i see?

This set looked to me like you were taking a photo-journalistic approach. Kudos!

James LawApril 15, 2010 – 5:09 pm

Lauren - I would get rid of Texas. I also particularly dislike West Virginia, but feel that it is too small and powerless (not to mention already disliked by all the other states) to make me choose it over Texas.April 15, 2010 – 4:49 pm

Michael - Brother man just wanted to say the shots look GREAT! Glad you had a awesome turnout! Hope business takes off for you this year!

MichaelApril 15, 2010 – 4:42 pm