Last catchup post, folks. (I know I’m bad, bad, bad, but what can I say? I’m having fun in Chicago!)
In our Advertising Photog class this spring, each photo student collaborated with a graphic design student to create a campaign for the product/service/organization of our choosing. My partner and I advertised Pocky, that crunchy, sweet Japanese snack. These are some of my shots that we incorporated into my partner’s fresh, simple, image-dominated ads.
I think that casting first-year students Cali Lowdermilk and Kayleigh Mezger as our models was sort of a stroke of genius on my part.
Not visible behind the second set of black flats: another set of speedotrons, modified with umbrellas and directed toward the cyc wall.
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We were asked to create an editorial illustration for the cover of Us and Them: A History of Intolerance in America, which looks at the history of the U.S. in terms of racial, class, and religious intolerance. The book is geared toward youth, and I wanted to convey the idea of a strong young woman changing how we talk about history (the stories that are told and even literally the word “HIStory”).
My model was Endy Ramirez, a complete natural.
Shot on Canon 40D with a 17-40 lens (ISO 100, 1/200 sec. @ f/9).
Johnny, Emily, Maciek, and Nina have some good ol’ fashioned fun with th’ Fisher-Price rekkid playa and some bongos.
Shot on Canon 40D with a 24-105 lens (ISO 100, 1/160 sec. @ f/9).
concept: maria brubeck/photo: maciek krzysztoforski
Two umbrellas on the cylorama wall + one soft box + two speedotrons = great light! Thanks for the help, maciek.
Shot on Canon 40D with a 24-105 lens (ISO 160, 1/250 sec. @ f/6.3).