Posts tagged “Photo Shoot

Assisting At The Fever Hospital

The other week I did some assisting work for Bev Short at the now infamous Fever Hospital.

As well as my usual assisting duties Bev asked if I could take some shots of her working for some future publicity. Bev usually lets me take a few shots when she is working on her own projects and I have put up some behind the scene shot previously but this meant I took quite a lot more than I usually would.

Anyway here’s what it looks like behind the scenes at one of her shoots…and yes that is a custom made snoot on the second setup 🙂 We are after all living in a number 8 wire and duct tape country…

Go see some of the finished shots HERE

My favorite shot of Bev is definitely the last one 🙂

Colour: Nikon F5, 50mm f1.8 and 35mm f2, Fuji 400H Film, Noritsu Scanner.

Black And White: Rolleiflex 2.8 E, Ilford HP5+ 400 ISO Film, CanoScan 9000F Scanner.

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Spook The Horses

A couple of weeks ago Alex and I did a photo shoot for Wellington band Spook The Horses for a publicity shot for their upcoming album Brighter.

This was the first time for me shooting on a roof and the logistical quagmire of setting up lights and getting angles. Luckily we had a couple of extras to hold lights since light stands weren’t an option an apart from my equipment showing its age and a few workarounds with duct tape things went pretty smoothly (shots of setting up to come).

It was a great group of guys to shoot and I really enjoyed the shooting them 🙂

The shot was used at http://www.undertheradar.co.nz/utr/interviewMore/CID/407/N/Spook-The-Horses.utr

Go and buy their Album Brighter  HERE

Canon 5dmkII, 50mm f1.8, ISO 100, 2 x 500W Electra Strobes at Full Power.


Photoshoot

Photo shoot on the beech by the playground where Sam and I go after we wander through town.

I am currently in a bit of a state of transition at the moment as Sam has pretty much grown out of the backpack and I am trying to get her to walk instead. Unfortunately this is meaning that I am taking less images 😦

Bear with me and hopefully all will be back to normal soon 🙂 and I do have a film to develop…

Rolleiflex 2.8 E, Ilford HP5+ 400 ISO Film, CanoScan 9000F Scanner.