Friday, March 6, 2009
Listening to bit of Led Zepplin IV as I was working on this image. Don't know why but "When the Levee Breaks" seems sort of struck a chord with me. (no pun intended) ;-)
Kinda looks like this just erupted out of the ground like some kind of stonehenge'ish thing. Actually this is a prop from a shoot we did for Turkel a while back. Shot this wider version without models and shifted the color as a personal version for my personal work .
Personal image shot a while back on a day that I had to get out and shoot something.... anything... something to 'stir my soup' so to speak. I saw this and it intrigued me how it seemed like it was looking at me.
Thursday, March 5, 2009
Here's another new personal image I made last month on a trip out to Park City. Shot this over the Great Salt Lake on our initial approach into SLC. Every time I fly into Salt Lake I'm always amazed at how different the lake can look depending on the light and atmospheric conditions. On this day it had this strange ethereal quality to it and the reflection of the mountains in the still water was somewhat surreal.
Tuesday, March 3, 2009
I thought I'd post a few images from a shoot we did about a month & half ago for Dorland Global for Centocor's drug Remicade. It was a pretty cool shoot. We flew to Edmonton Canada to shoot Fernando Pisani, (Right Winger for the Edmonton Oilers) He was really great to work with... very patient and gave us all the time we needed to get the job done right.
The biggest challenge we had was that he had recently broken his ankle and was in a cast. This meant every shot we did with his feet showing required us to shoot a stand in body double for the legs and skates in the same position and lighting. Once back in the studio, I then removed Fernando's legs and feet in the final shot and substituted the body double's legs and skates.