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pocky!

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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He sticks needles into aging rockers.

My old bandmate Jon E. Walker was my model for this five-light setup in Bryan Regan’s studio (yes, another catch-up post!):

setup shot

By the way, I highly recommend Bull City Acupuncture, Jon E’s practice on Broad Street in Durham.

chuck + the beloved cube

Just for old times’ sake, I used hot lights for a commercial portrait of our instructor, Chuck Egerton. He was a great collaborator.

Hmmm, now that I think about it, I should’ve scheimpfluged him.

be mine

rcc chairs

During Advertising Photog class we split up into groups of three and quickly brainstormed ways to illustrate a list of 14 words. We had to shoot our ideas in just a few hours. Maciek, Justin, and I used the studio chairs as a constant in each photo. fun!

guglhupf tart

Guglhupf bakery in Durham, NC was the source of my delicious subject.

Mamiya 645 w/ Phase One digital back (P 21+ model)
120 mm
.7sec @ f/11

Äpfel

more light painting

It’s just so much fun to say apples in german.