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« Reply #920 on: November 29, 2013, 12:59:27 PM »

I posted them here with the wax also to gauge the reaction, i.e., to see just how much people are bothered by it. I guess they are.

Well I was sitting here wondering how you got the rings to stand up.

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« Reply #921 on: November 29, 2013, 03:48:09 PM »

Hello,

My latest car creation.

Cheers

Simon
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« Reply #922 on: November 29, 2013, 04:07:24 PM »

Nice Simon, very graphic-like
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« Reply #923 on: November 29, 2013, 06:04:47 PM »

Hello,

My latest car creation.

Cheers

Simon

wicked as always!  I wish we had those cars here in Canada.  Nobody appreciates a nice wagon up here!
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« Reply #924 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 #925 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 #926 on: December 02, 2013, 10:11:13 AM »

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

Cheers,
CB

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« Reply #927 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 #928 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 #929 on: December 09, 2013, 04:52:32 PM »

Some recent stuff. 
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« Reply #930 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 #931 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 #932 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 #933 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 #934 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 #935 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 #936 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 #937 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 #938 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 #939 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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