January 11th, 2011 by Bjørn Christiansen
3. One who has been tricked or made to appear ridiculous; a dupe: They made a fool of me by pretending I had won.
Today my assignment was shooting a commercial poster / portrait of someone wearing spectacles. I asked Maria Ishoel Frelsøy and Karoline Dilling Broks if they could be so kind as to pose for my camera this afternoon. No problem. After picking up some spectacles from Brilleland, Moods of Norway and Lyle & Scott, I picked up some shirts from Zara to go with the spectacles.
We had a lot of time in studio and did get to shoot all four pair of spectacles and even some watches that Karoline brought. The reason we shot the watches were because one of the other groups at school got an assignment, not very unlike the one I got, to shoot a commercial picture for a wrist watch and I thought it was a good idea to do the other assignment too. I realized that my styling were a bit too dull to shoot wrist watches. The two pictures added in this post were of somewhat less serious matter. Though I thought that they were to nice to just keep them to myself, so i decided to show them to the world by my blog and my Flickr profile. The rest of this evening I am going to spend doing post production of the final spectacle-image.
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