I recently had the opportunity to try out the Cambo WRS 1600 technical camera. For those unfamiliar with what a technical camera is, it is basically a camera that allows the lens and the sensor to shift in relationship to each other. While there are many applications for it, I particularly like it because it is so useful for architecture. Here, I had the opportunity to try it out.Read More
We just had our first shoot in our new studio space! We pushed our model, Gabriella, to the limit, having her jump in an evening gown (sometimes with heels on). The overall focus of the shoot was to explore some contradictions, thus the jumping and burger-wielding all in evening gown.
We also had Gabriella wrangle a burger.
We had a total of four wardrobe changes, and two different hairstyles, all in four hours (and only three hours of shooting).
Here are some behind the scenes photos (taken by me, not Mike, so you may (will?) notice a lower quality).
Special thanks additionally to Nicole, our makeup and hair artist. We had a blast with this shoot and are very happy with the results!
Photographer: Mike Pomazal
Studio Manager: Todd Workman
Shoot Assistant: Joseph McClatchy
Model: Gabriella Braun
Hair and Makeup Artist: Nicole Robie
We have a new backdrop. And yes, it came from Serbia. To be honest, we were a little hesitant to try the Unique Backdrops out, but the backdrop arrived without problems and has surpassed our expectations. It is high quality but at a much lower price than other professional backdrops. Check them out at their website unique-backdrops.com.
We have officially moved in to our new studio space! The studio is in downtown Salt Lake City. We are very excited about it. It's just the right amount of space for shoots, and has a make-up/prep room, and an office as well. We are even sharing the building with an ad agency. They are great neighbors and have helped us feel at home.