In a few hours CreativeLIVE with Zack Arias here. ( 10:00 AM PST) ( 18:00 UK)
This is the video of the first day.
In a few hours CreativeLIVE with Zack Arias here. ( 10:00 AM PST) ( 18:00 UK)
This is a quick behind the scenes video of a lighting setup we used for a Chevy Volt spec commercial. We got this night for day setup done with a small, energy efficient lighting package. We used Filmgear lights from Birns & Sawyer. The fluorescent lights are very similar to Kinoflo and the tungsten fixtures are very similar to Arri fresnels. However, these units fit better within our budget and worked just as well. Check out how we got it done!
by Chris Collins
This was a great fun shoot. I couldn't take that much equipment due to the location but as there was plenty of natural light running around all I needed was my camera, good models and plenty of coffee!
This video is from the archives.
outtakes from Kelby Training Video--in the swamp!
In this video I explain the differences between macro and close up photography, and the many methods available for achieving such images. I also test each method and show you the results. All images in the intro were taken using the coupling ring method.
by mike hurst
1.Week 01 - DIY Lighting ( by Mike Hurst)
Go on set with Bry Cox and see in detail how he uses the PocketWizard MiniTT1 and FlexTT5 for Nikon to overpower the sun and create some fantastic portrait photographs.
Quote: “One of the great things I like about the new mini and flex system is that I don’t have to bring a whole bunch of gear. Normally I’d have to bring a leaf shutter and studio gear to really overpower the sun but with this I can keep my nice, simple set up, no need even for a commander flash, just put the mini on, [then] the flex, shoot at really whatever shutter speed you want to completely overpower the sun, and just really have a ball being creative and creating some fantastic photographs.” (read more..)
You can buy Bry Cox´s equipment on Amazon:
If you get to know him, or even if you get the chance to spend an hour with him, you'll find that his knack for creativity, jokes and sarcasm are a must. Meet Quavondo.
After a long standing freelance design career, Quavondo decided to follow his "personal legend". Driven by an incredible passion for photography, design, and 80's music, Q is known for his amazing conceptual and fashion shoots along with his dramatic lighting, fantastic post processing work, ESPN and other magazine covers, his internationally awarded IPA photos, Top Ten Getty Images and iStock photos.
Quavondo takes us to his personal studio in the heart of Portland, OR where he shows the simplicity of how to use one simple light for an amazing outcome for his fashion portfolio.
www.quavondo.com www.blog.quavondo.com facebook.com/quavondo.photographer
The purpose of the Slow Photography camera is to provide a natural stepping-stone between using a mobile phone as a camera before taking the plunge into professional grade digital photography.
The Slow Photography camera has been designed as an alternate route in modern photography and requires the photographer to consider traditional photographic principles such as framing, composition and lens selection. The Slow Photography camera establishes that a mobile phone does not simply have to be a rudimentary point-and-shoot grade camera and takes a literal stance on a mobile phone applications for photography such as 'Hipstamatic'.
A short context video of my the Slow Photography camera, designed as a stepping-stone between photography on your mobile phone and professional grade DSLR photography.
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by Dave McCourt
a behind the scenes look at a fashion editorial for beverly hills lifestyle magazine shot on location in 29 palms, california.
photographer // SEAN ARMENTA
stylist // HOLLY COPELAND
art director // JAMIE BREUER
makeup // JENNIFER CUNNINGHAM
hair // SIENREE DU
assistants // DONDEE QUINCENA + JANCARLO BECK + KAITLYN KOHN
by Sean Armenta
Antony Spencer is a landscape photographer based in Dorset and specialised in capturing the landscape in the best available light wherever and whenever possible.
You can see more pictures and to know more about this photographer in The Telegraph
by Paul Gowers
Antony Spencer´s Flickr
Quote:"Antony, 30, from Gillingham, Dorset, has been juggling photography with his day job as a bricklayer since 2007. But since being crowned Landscape Photographer of the Year with this image of Corfe Castle, Dorset, he revealed his aim is to go full-time" (The Telegraph)
MiLapse shows you how to setup a HDR timelapse shot using the Dynamic Perception Stage Zero Dolly, MX2 DollyShield and Pentax K7.
by Dynamic Perception
In today’s tutorial, I’ll walk you through the process of learning how to “see” with wide angle lenses. I hope you’ll see what I’m trying to describe in the video because if you do, it will change your photographic lives and give you a peek at why I like wide angle lenses so much.
Why not hit the PLAY button and enjoy the show.
by David Ziser
JNoriega Media's first behind the scenes video with fashion photographer Kevin Michael Schmitz
Noriega Media was founded by Daniel Yates in 2010. With a background in Film & Television Production, Daniel pushed his creativity further into other mediums such as photography and Music. JNoriega Media strives to create projects ranging from commercial work to collaborations showcasing artists and individuals
Kevin Michael Schmitz is an internationally published celebrity fashion photographer that shoots between New York and Los Angeles. He has his bachelors in photography and pursued his Masters of Fine Arts to be a professor of Photography. He shoots fashion advertising and editorial magazine covers and spreads, emphasizing the concept and story of the photographic image. Having been published in 25 magazine editorials within the past three years, Kevin Michael also photographs ad campaigns, fashion lookbooks, album covers and photographs all over the world. The images above are from a nationally published fashion editorial spread based on the Emmy Award winning show MAD MEN and styled by a Vogue fashion stylist.
Scott Kelby gives three great tips to shoot outdoor portraits. Check this out, and share your portraits on our facebook pages:
@Neil_vN and @PocketWizard
New Jersey photographer Neil Van Niekerk uses the PocketWizard MiniTT1 and FlexTT5 for Nikon along with the AC3 ZoneController to create dramatic photographs on set.
Quote “AC3 controller there was essential. It helped me in not having to run around like a mad man changing the settings on my three groups of flashes. I could do it all from my camera’s position; I could switch them on and off, I could change them between TTL and manual and change their power ratios all there from the camera, making me look very cool!”
Read more in PocketWizard
Yes, I have Nikon and Canon cameras, and I like both. And you? Tell me what are you in facebook.
Over at izmoEurope we produced a fun image of a Mini Cooper D. This is the production time lapse movie. About eight hours of studio time played back in one minute.
@photopie | This on location tutorial shows you how to set up your backdrop shots and how to seamlessly tie together the subject and the background image, creating a sense of perspective and 3D reality in your studio photography.
This is a behind-the-scenes video of a recent shoot I did with fellow photographers Michelle Playoust & Sue Robertson. Our Rockstar model was Daniel Raphael and our trusty assistant on the day was Andrew Tiddy.
It was a lot of fun, great excuse to get mega creative with lights and smoke.
Music: Mediate by INXS
by Brent Pearson
Daniele Barraco photographs Hollywood star Christopher Walken using Hasselblad camera and Profoto light equipments.
by DANIELE BARRACO Photography
I was a JPEG shooter for most of my digital shooting career switching to RAW with the introduction of the Adjustment Brush in LR2. I finally had a way to "Burn and Dodge" the image they same way I did as a custom printer. I was hooked.
Today's tutorial shows how I took a fairly standard room image and transformed it with the magic of Lightroom. The Adjustment Brush and Gradient tools now give the digital control over my images that I had with the darkroom processes I had back in the film days.
Why not hit the PLAY button and enjoy the show.
by David Ziser
Ian Curcio is an editorial and commercial photographer in Upstate, SC. He got his start as a photojournalist before traveling the country capturing America for community publications. When he's not shooting on assignment he can be found working on personal projects and leading photo workshops.
About TEDx, x = independently organized event
In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Quote:" This photo is part of a project I'm currently working on for a client. They wanted a room full of people enjoying drinks and smoking cigars. Problem here is that the way the concept was framed it would be really hard for me to light the models without getting the light gear in the shot." (read more)
by Joey Celis
Learn how to control lighting on your outdoor subjects. In Tony Sweet's "Flower Photography Artistry", Tony shows how to manipulate the lighting in a flower using diffusion discs and reflectors.
Read more about Tony in this post: Nikon
Patrick Hoelck is an American filmmaker and photographer based in Los Angeles and New York City. He is popularly known for his unique artistic style, capturing dramatic portraits of celebrities, athletes, and models alike. Hoelck has worked with nearly everyone from Clint Eastwood to Samuel Jackson, Ray Lotta, Danny Trejo and Keifer Sutherland, just to name a few. Let’s have a spotlight on Patrick Hoelck and his new project entitled POLAROID HOTEL …
get addicted to … is the wildcard to make your day just a little better and a mixture and metamorphosis of creative culture. One could say: get addicted to … Accessories / Apps / Art / Design / Interviews / Photography / Print /Quotes / Skate / Snow / Surf / The Good Life / Wildcard …
More photographs and infos on Patrick Hoelck's POLAROID HOTEL can be found here:
Editing: get addicted to ...
Thanks to Patrick Hoelck and Christina Jeffords from Fidel Films
It is the dream to many sports and fashion photographers to have a photoshoot with a sexy and likeable athlete like Paula Creamer, "The Pink Panther".
She is not only a beautiful face, as professional, she has won 11 tournaments, including 9 LPGA Tour events. Creamer has been as high as number 2 in the Women's World Golf Rankings. She is the current U.S. Open champion, and is undefeated in three years of singles play in the Solheim Cup.[*]
Now go behind-the-scenes at the "Golfweek for Her"
by Mike Wolfe
Behind the scenes of a photo shoot with the Capital City Garrison of the 501st Legion (capitalcity501st.ca).
The Capital City Garrison is the Eastern Ontario chapter of the 501st Legion, an all-volunteer international Star Wars costuming organization with more than 4,000 members representing more than 45 nations. They lend assistance to charities and provide smiles to those most in need, offering support at charity events, fund raisers, and social functions by appearing as film-authentic Star Wars characters.
I'd been approached by Jody Haucke of the CCG with the idea of helping them create a poster they could sell at their charity events.
by Andrew Alexander
In this episode of Big Stuff Night (Discovery Channel) show us how create optical illions with small objets.
Well, I think that is a easy way to create amazing pictures without photoshop, I like both, but what do you prefer?
by DISCOVERY CREATIVE - CEEMEAC
Cliff Mautner was recognized by American Photo Magazine as one of the top 10 wedding photographers in the world. He’s been recognized by WPPI as “one of the top photographers and educators in the world”
Quote: "As a Nikon user, one of the things I’ve been itching for and yearning for is a system that can give me the capability of getting everything off the camera but having the line of sight not be a limitation. I can be a distance away from my subject and I don’t have to be within the line of sight of my transmitter and receiver with this system and I can also now control the output of my speed light…I’ve got a system here that is very lightweight, very user friendly, and very, very accurate. If you’re looking for a speed light solution, and you’re a Nikon shooter, this system is for you. (read more)"
@crismanphoto. Behind the scenes lifestyle photo shoot in Florida using additive light method with photographer Chris Crisman.
Chris Crisman is a commercial photographer specializing in environmental portraiture. He was born and raised in Titusville, Pennsylvania, the town that gave birth to the oil industry. Small town America and its inhabitants continue to be a point of inspiration. Chris’s work has been recognized by Communication Arts, American Phototograhy, and PDN, among others.(*)
To know more about this photographer and this tecnique, visit David Hobby´s blog: strobist.com
Co-directed and Produced by Chris Crisman
Co-directed and filmed by Shea Roggio
Edited by Packafoma Films
It is a bad day for photojournalism community. Tim Hetherington, a British photojournalist and co-director of the documentary "Restrepo," and Chris Hondros, an American photojournalist with Getty Images, were killed by a rocket propelled grenade in Misrata, (read more)
Rest in peace.
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Bruce Gilden joined Magnum Photos in 1998 and became a full Member in 2002.
Quote "I'm known for taking pictures very close, and the older I get, the closer I get."
The secrets to be like Bruce Gilden
1. Use vertical images.
2. See in Black and white.
3. Shoot with a low angle.
4. Use a flash and BOOM.
5. Shoot close (5 feet away)
6. Use a light meter
7. Be a gentleman with ladies.
8.Use a Leica.
9. If you see him, do not smile.
10. Shoot quick.
And if you want to be a street photographer, remember before you try this at home, you are not a famous Magum photographer.......yet. Nice hunt.
Other ISO 1200 post about Bruce Gilden | More videos about Bruce Gilden
In this episode, I discuss the basics of using Photoshop's Liquify Filter
Capoeira photoshoot, directed by Louis David (louisdavidphotographe.com) and myself (tlmphotography.be).
This video shows you the "Behind The Scene" or the "Making Of" of this amazing photo shoot.
Thanks to the whole team...
by TLM Photography .be
A small glimpse into a Margaret Malandruccolo photo shoot. She has directed over 60 music videos, won two Juno Awards and two CCMA Awards among numerous others. She returns over and over to her still photography roots, grounding herself in a focused chaos.
by Margaret Malandruccolo | website
Award winning Magnum photographer Bruce Gilden is drawn to strong characters for his close up street portraits, in a new commission for the Format International Photography Festival he turns his lens on Derby in England. BJP's news editor Olivier Laurent followed him...
Bruce Gilden (born 1946) is a noted street photographer, known for his work in New York City.
Check out more on Gilden's work in Derby at bjp-online.com/british-journal-of-photography/feature/2030422/exclusive-video-bruce-gilden-goes-head-derby
by Olivier Laurent
Tomorrow more about Bruce
About Joseph Montezinos
I'm a professional photographer. I'm exhibiting on this site so people can see what I look like and how I perform my services.
About the photoshoot.
Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark II,Software: Adobe Photoshop CS5 Macintosh
Exposure Shutter: 1/640| Aperture:f/5.7| Exposure:Manual | Focal Length: 52 mm | ISO Speed:400
More pictures here
by Joseph Montezinos
@douglassonder | Website: sondersphotography.com
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by Douglas Sonders
Behind the scene of a light painting video.
This video was made to show how we make the art of light painting. The content was originally created to use in the Usher tour 2010.
patrickrochon.com | geodezik.com
@sekonic | Bobbi Lane is a commercial photographer specializing in creative portraits, travel shoots, and stock photography. Based in Fairfield County, Connecticut, she is available locally and nationally for assignments from agencies, design firms, corporate photography work, and magazines.(read more..)
by Sekonic Webinars
@PocketWizard | Friday evening, March 19th, photoshoot at Stowe during the East Coast Super Shoot, sponsored by PocketWizard photo accessories
Video: Eva Jinn Productions
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Photographer: Benjamin Von Wong
Photo Assist: Anick Morel, Philippe Courchesne
Cameraman: Martin Aubertin
Model: Shiloh Sherray
MUA: Lisa-Marie Charron
by Eva Jinn Productions
2011 Harley-Davidson Sportster XL883L SuperLow supermodel Marisa Miller's burnout official video
Tutorial video showing how to use mixed lighting on location with more than one light. Pro photographer Julian Hawkins of Shadows and Light Workshops, London shows how to apply this technique as well as the benefits of making lighting diagrams as part of pre-production and also accurate exposure calculation for different light sources. Includes examples of portrait shoots with Texan soprano Renée Fleming and press baron Bert Hardy.
by Shadows and Light Workshops
Behind the scenes of Evening standard / Reymond Weil Brit Awards photo Shoot feat. Katy B, Sunday Girl, Yasmin and Clair Maguire.
Shot on Canon 5d
by Olli Colins
This was filmed between 4th and 11th April 2011. I had the pleasure of visiting El Teide.
Spain´s highest mountain @(3715m) is one of the best places in the world to photograph the stars and is also the location of Teide Observatories, considered to be one of the world´s best observatories.
The goal was to capture the beautiful Milky Way galaxy along with one of the most amazing mountains I know El Teide. I have to say this was one of the most exhausting trips I have done. There was a lot of hiking at high altitudes and probably less than 10 hours of sleep in total for the whole week. Having been here 10-11 times before I had a long list of must-see locations I wanted to capture for this movie, but I am still not 100% used to carrying around so much gear required for time-lapse movies.
A large sandstorm hit the Sahara Desert on the 9th April (bit.ly/g3tsDW) and at approx 3am in the night the sandstorm hit me, making it nearly impossible to see the sky with my own eyes.
Interestingly enough my camera was set for a 5 hour sequence of the milky way during this time and I was sure my whole scene was ruined. To my surprise, my camera had managed to capture the sandstorm which was backlit by Grand Canary Island making it look like golden clouds. The Milky Way was shining through the clouds, making the stars sparkle in an interesting way. So if you ever wondered how the Milky Way would look through a Sahara sandstorm, look at .
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by Terje Sorgjerd
Jay P. Morgan Photography.
In this lesson we will look at lights that don't have any soft boxes or light modifiers. I used heads with reflectors only. In the right setting and with the right subject this can look very good. We did cheat and use 3 pieces of foam core and one umbrella, but looking back now we could have not used the umbrella and been fine. We were shooting Katie Lohmann for a different shoot and she suggested the super Girl outfit. At first I was a little reluctant until I looked at some comic book art and started to see the shot. Things came together and the thought of shooting with hard light was very appealing to me. I was very happy with the outcome.
The video was shot on the Canon 5D, 7D and using Red Rock micro rigs.
The WVIL camera is a concept camera envisioned by Artefact's award-winning design team. It answers the question: “what’s next for camera design?”
The patent-pending WVIL system takes the connectivity and application platform capabilities of today's smart phones and wirelessly connects them with interchangeable full SLR-quality optics.
More information at: artefactgroup.com/wvil/
Directed by Terry Richardson
In the town of Ruiel-Malmasion, France sits the Chateau de Malmaison, a mansion which once belonged to the Bonapartes. In fact, Napoleon was away at war when Josephine purchased the manor, much to his dismay because they spent years restoring it, but it eventually became a beloved home to the Bonaparte family. The love story of Napoleon and Josephine is not generally focused on, yet Napoleon was truly a romantic at heart with his lengthy love letters and affections for his wife.
This is the scene that the vendors of Hill City Bride have portrayed through a stylized photo shoot. Much like the deteriorating chateau, our City of Seven Hills has its own array of buildings that are long past their prime yet need some love and attention.
Napoleon’s time was filled with rich colors, opulence and a regal feel, all of which is conveyed through this editorial. In much the same way, brides are able to ponder different eras for ideas and translate them into workable elements for their own wedding day. Whether a wedding is a full rendition of a theme or merely has hints and flairs, it is a couple’s day to transform and make their own.
by Shaking Hands Productions
You can use your friends to get a Matrix image. Pure DIY.
Thanks to: Adobe Systems Honk Kong
NAB 2011 Highlights. This year we were able to visit NAB and were excited to see new products by Redrock Micro, Manfrotto, Cinivate, Sachler, Zeiss to name a few. It is always fun to feel the energy of this Vegas show that is growing every year with people from around the world. Here is a some clips of the fun things we saw. We are an imaging and video store in salt lake city and are here to serve the world. Thanks for taking a moment to view the excitement of the show. pictureline.com 800-748-8200
We sat down with legendary photographer David La Chapelle during his stay here in Berlin and really had some time to talk about various aspects of life and his sudden resignation of the commercial magazine world a couple of years ago. I remember meeting David the first about 4 years during an exhibition here in Berlin. The more surprised I was seeing him again and how much he has changed. His whole attitude and aura seems to be so much more calm and balanced. Just normal. No diva attitude, no superficial party mood. It was great listening to this guy, his thoughts, his story, who he was, who he became and why he is how he is.
by MADE Blog | website | Thanks to @briankellyphoto
I'll be back in the creativeLIVE studios April 29th, 30th, and May 1st for the "Things you need to know to be a photographer" class. It will be 10 foundational skills and philosophies that you need to grasp and run with to be a working photographer. From camera skills, to lens selection, to light of all kinds, to business, marketing, and balance with the rest of your life.
www.zackarias.com/blog or www.creativelive.com for more info.
A DIY Photography ring flash review
Von Wong Photography & Eva Jinn Productions
Coming soon @ diy-lighting-kits.com/
Benjamin Von Wong
Eva Jinn Productions
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Explore the possibilities of HDSLR cameras through this free and engaging educational series with Shane Hurlbut, ASC. Learn basic and advanced material based on the years of hands-on experience Shane has amassed as a leading Hollywood cinematographer. Stay tuned for Episode IV launching on March 21.
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Havana Brown behind the scenes footage from her photoshoot with Randall Slavin for "WE RUN THE NIGHT"
One of the things that distinguish Randall´s style is the use of gels to get unusual colors in his pictures.
In this session, Randall uses a reflector to separate with a blue gel the Havana´s figure from the background(on the right). Probably for the main light, Randal uses a big reflector with an orange gel (long shadow on the left).
During Spring Training in Phoenix, Tim Lincecum captured his delivery in ultra slow motion using a Phantom Flex High Speed digital camera system.
In this episode, we'll continue our discussion of getting in to off-camera lighting. We'll discuss the various methods of firing your flash and linking it to your camera.
For more information, please visit http://www.BTSphotography.com
Let’s get your movie made!
Nokia is getting together with Vimeo to nurture new, HD mobile movie making.
What’s your idea?Show us why you should win. Pitch your idea by submitting your video starting on March 24 until April 17th 2011, keeping your clip to under two minutes and elaborate with up to 100 words of text. Good luck!
Find out more at vimeo.com/nokia
a behind the scenes short from our shoot at Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall
by Sona Eyambe
Stefan Tell is one more time in Profoto blog.
Studio Lighting Setup Diagram - Female Model Portrait
Portrait of a young promising Swedish female model from a Time For Print-photo session.
/ More info on this photo on my blog /
Birmingham Magazine Spring Fashion Shoot, BTS
by Kinora Films
Behind the scenes at the shoot for Birmingham Magazine's Spring Fashion Issue.
Photography: Stephen DeVries
Wardrobe Styling: Megan LaRussa
Prop Styling: Morgan Jones Johnston
Hair and Makeup: Shelby McDonald, Jenny Headley and Lindsay Garrett of Richard Joseph SalonSpa
Models: Katie Johnston, Philip Lucia and Fin Jasele
Animal Handler: David Williams
By Stephen DeVries Photography
Here is the behind the scenes from our last project called "Water". Check it out and I hope you like it. We had so much fun doing this photo session with Eduisac Gutierrez and Karen Andrea. Feedback is always welcome. Thanks for watching and keep posted for more coming-up soon!!
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by ANTONIO ABADIA
Spring Easter inspired editorial for The GOODS Magazine April 2011 issue featuring model Dagmar Bjork, hair stylist Lauren Ritchison, MUA Sierra Munoz and photographer Emily Soto.
The internationally renowned photographer talks to Riz Khan about documenting humanity in times of war and peace.
The moment when a flower is fresh and perfect is a fleeting one, and must be one of the most beautiful subjects for a photographer. This course looks at understanding and using natural light and colour, as well as creating satisfying compositions, in a way that is suitable for both beginners and more advanced photographers.
You will come away with:
A deep understanding of how light impacts your photography
Inspiration to go and try new techniques
Core knowledge about composition and colou.
About Paul (website)I grew up on Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada, where we were one of the few non-Inuit families living in a small Inuit settlement. The Inuit taught me to survive in the Arctic, read the weather, and, more than anything else, appreciate patience. As a kid without television, radio, and computer games, my friends and I would spend all of our waking hours in the hills watching wildlife, weather, and the light play shadow games across the landscape. At that young age, the seed to become a nature photographer was deeply planted...(read more)
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HAKUNA MATATA Riccione - Backstage Photo Shoot 2010
Hanno partecipato : Fabrizio CORONA , Maurizio NARI , Fabio BARTOLINI , Emanuela PAOLILLO , INDINO , Fation Tony BACAJ , Fabrizio GENNARELLI , Mario B , Ivan BORRELLI , Gabriele DEYLA , Diego SERAFINI .
Art Director : Federico CIMAROLI
Photo : Dario ALDANESE
Architect : Andrea DELLA ROSA
Make up : Patty Hair Fashion - Riccione
Set : MIGANI Home - Riccione
Regia : Davide FIORE
by Davide Fiore
On January 28th, 2011, I was invited to document a photo shoot at Steve Martin's Working Wildlife, arranged by acclaimed fashion/editorial photographer, Odette Sugerman, veteran movie animal trainer, Steve Martin, and international Playboy playmate and former Miss Norway 1997, Monica Hansen.
The shoot features Steve Martin's two newest animals; Titan and Masai - a pair of African lion cubs.
Shot & Edited by
Lions provided by
Steve Martin's Working Wildlife
Additional footage by
Six 14 Productions
Song: Heather Woods Broderick ~ Turned (from the album "From the Ground").
ʻDiet Coke Limited Edition Collection by Karl Lagerfeldʼ
The collection features three new and exclusive designs for the Diet Coke aluminium bottle.
The bottles will be available individually or as a set in an
exclusive Collectorʼs Box
Karl Lagerfeld has shot the Diet Coke print and outdoor advertising campaign featuring supermodels Coco Rocha, Heidi Mount and Jeneil Williams
Behind The Scenes film: Loïc Prigent
by Your Private Shopper
All of Dennis's photography is straight out of the camera with NO digital manipulation whatsoever. The effects are all created in camera during the exposure.
Dennis Calvert is an artist and web designer.
Canon 430ex II strapped to my back and fired with wireless trigger. Electric glow sticks for the fire.
Straight out of the camera
By Dennis Calvert
My name is Matt, I am photographer and "BTS search Guru".
In ISO 1200 Magazine we have the best team searching brand new behind the scenes videos around the world to learn all the secrets of the best photographers
Do you want to be a contributor? . If you found a BTS or cool videos about photography uploaded last 24 hours, send us.
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