A few weeks back I had the great pleasure of working with Karina Syndicus for a few hours on a beautiful afternoon. Thanks to Ben for getting us in touch! Four beautiful sets came together which you will see here over the next few weeks. Also shot some nice stuff with my old Hasselblad 500c/m and my Fuji Instax 210, that stuff will come soon, too!
Here we have a the last part of this series. It certainly brings you one of my highlights of the trip, which was meeting Mike Horn briefly. He was “in town” for taking the german soccer team for a spin on his fantastic boat and attend a little happening for the press. A crazy trip for sure. learned a lot and saw some places and stuff I hadn’t before. Always a good thing.
Here we go with the second part of the Shoot in Paris with Hugo Boss and Mercedes-Benz. If you missed part one just follow this link. Besides the rest of the car only photos I also added the two test shots I did with a strobe when we were under that bridge. Not bad, but as I mentioned before it really didn’t fit the look and feel of the rest of the story.
Enjoy and have a great day everyone!
On we go. Not much to add to the first post, but when at the soccer field I really got a little hooked on shooting there. I might have to shoot some sports soon. Trying to pan and go a bit more dynamic with the soccer field shots was quite a lot of fun. Either way… enjoy!
You remember my little trip to Paris a few weeks back with Mercedes-Benz and Hugo Boss, right?!
Well you just got a few small glimpses so far and maybe some of the shots on their Facebook Pages. Here is my selection now finally. I’m going to split these in half and make two blog posts out of it, as I have quite a big selection. Plus I will post some of the car only shots mixed in. This was quite a small production and I didn’t even bring a dedicated assistant, so combined with the weather we were facing in those days I decided to go all available light only. Nice overcast and rainy days give you not so nice skies, but very even and nice lighting normally. At one point I tried a few shots with a strobe and a bare reflector, but it looked way too different and didn’t fit the style of the rest of the shoot. The crew was just fabulous and the rain wasn’t too bad, so we had a blast and I am liking the outcome for sure. I guess it’s more of a fashion editorial than anything else, but I am not a huge fan of all these genres and sub-genres… enjoy and as Joe McNally always says… more tk.
It feels like ages ago, so much happened since Brazil and the Worldcup. So many Jobs, so much work that all this just feels so far away. I was a crazy trip, fun, interesting, but a very focussed view on a small area of Brazil. Santo André, close to Porto Seguro in Bahia. We didn’t get out of that are as all we shot was about the area and the german Soccerteam and their camp. These photos are mostly my private shots, quite a wild mix and not related to the project we shot there at all. The film is still in post production.