The Wednesday Rundown 6.22.11

Howdy and welcome to the Wednesday Rundown. This week we have medium film format shoot with the band Honor Society. Chris Brock also shares some behind the scenes of a portrait shoot. Don't forget to drop in your vote on the poll at the bottom of the WR post. If you have a video that you think we might like to post, please click on "submit content" above.












Snowboard billboard shoot:

Ryan show us how he lights and shoots for a possible billboard snowboard ad. Very cool continueous light used in the shoot. The photographer also uses the Pentax 645D medium format camera for this shoot.




Band Shoot:

Steven Taylor takes us on a shoot with the band Honor Society. He is shooting on meduim film and lighting with a beauty dish. The images can be found online http://steventaylorphoto.com/music/honor-society-2/




Portraits:

Watch as Chris Brock shoots portraits and balances artifical and natural light. He produces so very clean and well light images at the end. Check out some more portrait work by Chris on his site. http://www.chrisbrock.co.uk/





Pinup Girl:

A interesting shoot happens at a wigwam village. Photographer Ryan Armbrust shoots a pinup girl with a classic Bel-Air and a back drop of wigwams. I am loving this girls style and excitement. http://www.sniperphotoblog.com/






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5 Comments

Andreas Feustel's picture

I like this video a lot!
Especially the model is cute. She is her own make-up artist and hair stylist and she looks great.
I love the pinup style and cars like the 55 Chevy Bel-Air!
Funny location as well.
Thank you for showing!

Andreas (Germany)

You're missing one option actually: Rolleiflex. This is for a fact, I saw the stereotypical hipster wearing just that last weekend. Wearing, yes, since for him it seemed more like a fashion item than a piece of camera equipment...

Jerrit Pruyn's picture

I think we needed an iphone option also. 

Loved the BoudoirLouisville shoot with the girl, car, and Wigwam village. Great production and it looks like everyone had a blast. Nicely done. 

Marvin Hagemeister's picture

I agree. Fantastic atmosphere! ;)