This Friday we started a new class, Product Photography in Studio. We had a short introduction on our assignments and a demo of how to light a saucepan and a bowl of tomato soup. The first assignment is a simple product photo of three saucepans together in studio. The second one is a beverage in action as an advertisement and the last task is to make a book or a folder with sixteen photos of design, kitchen and food.
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This weekend I was covering Kos Bar&Lounge and Vega Club in Trondheim for Hipster.no with my camera. A lot of people out having a great time this Saturday, as usual. Head over to Hipster.no’s homepage to see the pictures.
If you are looking for inspiration on what to wear next weekend going out, I believe Hipster.no is the place to start looking. Hundreds of pictures of both girls and boys dressed up for the weekend. It is just another manic Monday, but why not start early, as with Christmas presents.
The Sinar F2 on location. This is the last part of my series with the camera, both in studio and location for now. The series was taken during the photo marathon we had at school.
Photographing for Hipster.no
Today Hipster.no published my first batch of pictures. I was photographing at Vega and Kos Bar og Lounge. My assistant, Jon Danielsen, and I had a great time on town being sober, talking to people and photographing them. Enjoy the pictures at the galleries on Hipster.no: From Vega, from Kos Bar & Lounge
It’s Friday, the last evaluation of this week. In an hour my teacher will see my product photo of a fancy plate from Interia with a single grape on it. The composition is more or less inspired by Eye of Providence because of it’s simplicity and graphical impact. I have played with light and shadow to give the composition dramaturgy and an edge instead of shooting it with flat lighting. I am also inspired by the photo done by Horst P. Horst, Paprika # something.
Weekend already planned
Today we will get another assignment that we are going to work with this weekend and will be more extensive than the three that we already shot. I also have two other shoots, one a secret surprise that I won’t write about yet on Saturday, and one band photo with a rock- / metal-band on Sunday. I also have this little, fun gimmick for Hipster.no, this time not only at Vega Club, but also at Vivaldiz, not far from Vega. In short, my weekend is packed with photo, the way I like it.
Have a nice Friday, enjoy my photographs.
Today my pictures from Saturday at Vega in Trondheim was published Hipster.no. I had some problems shooting low light, but my editor gave me some suggestions that I will try out next Saturday. If you want photograph for Hipster.no you can check out their article with my pictures in. They are looking for good photographers who want to do this kind of work. Nothing stressful and a lot of fun.
Tonight I am photographing for Hipster.no. Hipster is a webspace where you can read about fashion, nightlife, food, drinks and whatever is cool and hip in the larger towns in Norway. The webpage went public in late September 2010 and has grown ever since. The autumn of 2010 they focused on covering the capital city of Norway, Oslo, but now they want to check out other large cities. First of is Trondheim where I have been hired to do their first “night out”-story at Vega in Thomas Angells gt 12. Check out Hipster.no and Vega tonight. I will be there with my camera from around 12:00 a.m.