Quite dramatic. I miss New Mexico.
Here are a couple from a shoot of the new aquarium in Toronto. The inhabitants were very cooperative, the big guy at the top parked there for a couple of minutes.
Nobody ever posts in or cares about the "Non-pro" thread, so I guess I'll post here. Credo 40, 80mm LS, Elinchrom Quadra + 70cm deep octa.
I love the second one.What camera-lens combo is that?
Just playing actually...
One from last weeks shoot...(image).. Dior's 'Adventures in Wonderland' party set-up, in the marquee at the Lodge at Doonbeg in County Clare.
Thanks, yes it is 4x5 b&w film. And also if anyone cares, my b&w photography is a vital part of my "photography" career and my income so I post it here. I'm coming up on my 100th show next year. The only difference really between this and my architecture/editorial work is that with the b&w I am my own client-print sales are substantial but peripheral to my intent.
Thanks Michael,All real, just a very, very good hairdresser. Not the best hair artist I've used but 99% as good, but the best I've worked with got married, adopted a kid, opened a salon and lives a real life.To do fake hair is costly. I can be done, extensions work if they're expensive like 5 grand, wigs can work if they're also 5 grand and cut to the talent, but you have to really want that look and stills are much less forgiving than motion imagery.This is the best hair artist I've ever worked with:I won't show you the worst.BC
They actually created quite nice light when the main lights were dimmed, but that obviously then made it more difficult for me - and especially when I tried to show how it looked during the meal...(image).. with everyone seated.
From a recent arch. shoot