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It’s no secret that product photography is a highly specialized field that requires a lot of technical knowledge, both for the shoot itself and for the post production. Hi-tech products, with their highly reflective surfaces and subtle textures, provide additional challenges. Watch, in the timelapse video above, as Peter Belanger tackles a shoot for the [...]
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Graphic designers often make great photographers. They already have a fine tuned eye for composition and color and once they get the more technical bits down, they’re off and running. Jorge Queiroz is no exception. We first ran into his … Continue reading →
Ian Brenes is a photographer in Vancouver, Washington whom I stumbled on while researching shooters on the Internet. When I found out he is only 21, I felt like I had stumbled in real life. His work is professional and … Continue reading →
With the launch of Amazon.com in 1995, the online retail experience had arrived to stay. What the launch of that site also heralded was the decline of the tactile shopping experience. Without being able to hold a book or garden … Continue reading →
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Joe Morahan at Morahan Visuals in Colorado is seriously into time-lapse photography. He recently brought his Canon cameras to bear on a group of Vans footware and some skateboards, putting together this amusing and impressive footage. What’s so impressive about sneakers getting stitched together? That’s a good question, but as any exceptional craftsman will tell [...]
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©Frasershot Each month we highlight a certain item in Profoto’s rich assortment of Light Shaping Tools (if you want to browse through previous articles, click here). This month we talk to Craig Fraser at Frasershot Studios about his favorite bit of kit: the ProBox. Northampton-based Frasershot Studios is a small team of photographers and videographers; Continue reading
Rafael Lobo runs Zoltar Design, which offers design, photo, and illustration work out of his studio in Brazil. We found his work via flickr, where we were impressed by the clean style of his jewelry photography. His thoughts and images … Continue reading →
Last year, Italian photographer Angelo Antelmi impressed us all by making a fork dance by simply using lighting in clever way. Now, Angelo is back and this time the fork not only dances. It plays football, it kisses, it gets married, it ages and eventu… Continue reading
Remember the interview we did with British product photographer Martin Wonnacott? “I shoot drinks,” said Martin back then. “Liquids. It’s not necessarily always alcoholic, though there is a fair amount of that, obviously. I shoot beverages, you might say. I’ve shot all the whiskeys, gins, vodkas, pepsis and cokes. One time at Times Square, I had
Matthew Lowery is a product and still life photographer whose work blew me away when I first saw it. His sense of design and technical expertise combine in his work to produce some pretty amazing images. Below, his account of a shoot of Bombay Sapphire… Continue reading