After a long day at Ikea eating sausages and buying a wok pan I started preparing my wok for the photo shoot. I bought some vegetables at the store, cut them up in pieces and wokked them in another wok pan at the cantina at school. I had all ready set up the studio with the lighting I wanted in the picture. My assistant and friend Sascha Njaa helped me build the scene with the prepared, wokked food and I shot about fourteen pictures before I was satisfied. We started off with one fourth full wok-pan, it all looked cheap, I wokked rest of the vegetables which was about enough to fill two thirds of the pan, and finally we added some noodles, but I felt they looked to unhealthy next to all the colorful. I went for the last shot without the noodles and above you see the result.
Even though I work out a lot by doing kick boxing and weightlifting, I do not eat a lot of vegetables. I know I should have, but no. So I left my garnish-like wok at the cantina for some of the students still at school.
Afterwards I helped out Jon Danielsen with his fashion assignment photographing Marie Folstad from Trend Models, and Sascha with his assignment anger at the photo marathon.
Tomorrow will be the one of the last evaluations of this photo marathon which is kind of exhausting, but also very fun. The last assignment we are going to decorate one of the main walls at school with the best photo we’ve ever taken. A big assignment for two days work.