On the Job.

While Hollywood has us imagining the globetrotting photographer with nothing but a camera around (usually) his neck and a wry disposition, I can promise you that's not the case. Photography projects require a ton of coordination, lots of work, solid communication and, according to researchers who specialize in these things, a minimum of 6 gallons of coffee, per person, per day. While most of us aren't as globetrottering as we'd like, we do usually get to shot in some pretty unusual spaces.

Here is a behind the scenes crew selfie from Wednesday's shoot for a moving company. Obviously we were in an undisclosed government storage facility where you-know-what is hidden.