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Re: Recent Professional Works 2
« Reply #940 on: November 30, 2013, 07:01:37 PM »

wicked as always!  I wish we had those cars here in Canada.  Nobody appreciates a nice wagon up here!

It's not all wall to wall V8 Hemi's.  :)

900+hp caught at Athabasca.

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« Reply #941 on: November 30, 2013, 07:05:17 PM »

More coffee machines  i'm afraid ;D  though i have been out on location this week shooting non-caffeinated things.
same machine but 2 different looks. top one is for a feature, bottom one a test shot for me.


Wonderful wonderful lighting.
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« Reply #942 on: December 02, 2013, 10:11:13 AM »

just put up a little blog post about a recent furniture shoot.

Cheers,
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« Reply #943 on: December 02, 2013, 11:11:01 AM »

Nice Chris. That whole suit of images on the blog are just elegant and rational.....classic modern approach and superb execution.
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« Reply #944 on: December 05, 2013, 07:25:41 AM »

I'm really intrigued how these type of products get lit without noticeable spill. Is it multiple grids and snoots?
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« Reply #945 on: December 09, 2013, 04:52:32 PM »

Some recent stuff. 
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« Reply #946 on: December 11, 2013, 06:28:45 PM »

here's a picture of someone's cubicle.  I'm fond of our lighting.

-CB

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« Reply #947 on: December 12, 2013, 10:52:34 AM »

Hello,

My latest car creation.

Cheers

Simon


Am I seeing well? A family break Jag like the Volvos? Are they kidding me?

Simon, the work is gorgeous, as always. But I find the shade contours a Little too harsh. They almost look as a painted floor.
But this graphic approach is clear so it's more a question of choice.
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« Reply #948 on: December 12, 2013, 11:16:28 AM »

I dig Volvos.  The new Jags don't look English, is the problem.  They look like something that would come out of Lexis' California design center.

I really want Alfa to start selling cars in teh US again.


Am I seeing well? A family break Jag like the Volvos? Are they kidding me?

Simon, the work is gorgeous, as always. But I find the shade contours a Little too harsh. They almost look as a painted floor.
But this graphic approach is clear so it's more a question of choice.
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« Reply #949 on: December 12, 2013, 11:30:09 AM »

I dig Volvos.  The new Jags don't look English, is the problem.  They look like something that would come out of Lexis' California design center.

I really want Alfa to start selling cars in teh US again.


Yeah. G.B has sold its beautifull car industry all over the world.

I had many Alfas. Very fun to drive BUT: always electrical issues.

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« Reply #950 on: December 12, 2013, 02:16:33 PM »

Yeah. G.B has sold its beautifull car industry all over the world.

I had many Alfas. Very fun to drive BUT: always electrical issues.


Make that just Italian, and I have to agree: Alfas and Fiats were pretty unfriendly if you drove in the wet, the cold, the damp or left them outside for any length of time. Which I had to do: we took away the old garage to get enough space to build a studio alongside the house. When we came to Spain, anyone with a Panda had to beg lifts in the mornings.

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« Reply #951 on: December 12, 2013, 03:17:26 PM »


Make that just Italian, and I have to agree: Alfas and Fiats were pretty unfriendly if you drove in the wet, the cold, the damp or left them outside for any length of time. Which I had to do: we took away the old garage to get enough space to build a studio alongside the house. When we came to Spain, anyone with a Panda had to beg lifts in the mornings.

Rob C
True Rob.

Now, I'd like you to explain me something I never ended to understand about the british car industry:
In G.B it rains all the time init? Why then british cars are so bad in terms of oxydation?
I would have expected GB to be the best in oxyd protection, and they are the worst.

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« Reply #952 on: December 12, 2013, 03:28:18 PM »

Accessories for a gentleman's bespoke outfitters. The ring is their signature tie-pin.
Still a couple of things to tweak in post.
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« Reply #953 on: December 12, 2013, 05:52:40 PM »

So am I.

I'm put in mind of the photorealist painters.

Chris,

How many Hopper books do you keep on your bookshelf and that's not a dig.

I know of no living photographer that hasn't tried to search out a hopperesque (is that a word?) diner location.

Just like I know of no living portrait photographer that hasn't put someone in a corner of two set walls sitting on a stool because Irving did it why not?

BC

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« Reply #954 on: December 12, 2013, 06:06:25 PM »

True Rob.

Now, I'd like you to explain me something I never ended to understand about the british car industry:
In G.B it rains all the time init? Why then british cars are so bad in terms of oxydation?
I would have expected GB to be the best in oxyd protection, and they are the worst.



Not the worst. Lancia, Alfa, fiat. There was a class action against lancia as cars were turning to dust at an alarming rate so trading standards stepped in, that finished the brand off in the U.K.
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Re: Recent Professional Works 2
« Reply #955 on: December 12, 2013, 06:44:17 PM »

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here's a picture of someone's cubicle.  I'm fond of our lighting.

-CB


Very simple clean, Nice!
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« Reply #956 on: December 13, 2013, 03:18:59 PM »

Ha ha! 





Just like I know of no living portrait photographer that hasn't put someone in a corner of two set walls sitting on a stool because Irving did it why not?

BC
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« Reply #957 on: December 13, 2013, 03:28:44 PM »

Ha ha! 





I think it's ok that someone does it, though it's kind of lame considering it was Irving's calling card, but I find it really strange that someone does it and thinks they're original and sticks their chest out.

I'd probably respect Penn copies more if someone stomped through the Amazon and shot the natives in a portable studio.  At least I'd give them an A for effort, but two corner walls?

I think I've seen that copied twenty two billion times.

It's the same with Hopper, who no photographer I know has copied well.  They find that corner diner on a wet 4am Sunday morning and shoot and shoot and think they invented it, or shoot straight angles and think that really is "their" style.

It's pretty funny.

BC

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« Reply #958 on: December 13, 2013, 03:38:02 PM »

A friend did the corner set wall Penn thing recently but he had the subject trying to break out of it, climbing the wall, smashed into it. 

He said he was running out of ideas and then went to the corner, feeling shitty about the Penn-esque nature of it and he wanted to break it all down, so he directed teh subject to do just that.  I'll find a link and post it up.  It actually works.

Now the Hopper thing, well, its a vibe and people take it literally and try to find a diner with that mood, which is a scene that hasn't existed in Manhattan for years.  They even try to find THE diner, which was a composit of places and moods, and light it up with strobes and it looks like shit, or rather, it looks cheap.



I think it's ok that someone does it, though it's kind of lame considering it was Irving's calling card, but I find it really strange that someone does it and thinks they're original and sticks their chest out.

I'd probably respect Penn copies more if someone stomped through the Amazon and shot the natives in a portable studio.  At least I'd give them an A for effort, but two corner walls?

I think I've seen that copied twenty two billion times.

It's the same with Hopper, who no photographer I know has copied well.  They find that corner diner on a wet 4am Sunday morning and shoot and shoot and think they invented it, or shoot straight angles and think that really is "their" style.

It's pretty funny.

BC
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« Reply #959 on: December 13, 2013, 03:55:07 PM »

Hopper depresses me.
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