I shot the Interior Design Show last weekend for the show itself. Working with my good fellow photographer friend Arash Moallemi.
I was able to float around. It was a neat mix of party event style shooting, where I pick out some interesting faces for portraits and that sneaky photojournalism style of capturing decisive moments. (this Fashion photographer needs to rock that Eddie Adams Workshop some how!)
A bunch of fun, and some really interesting images.
It’s jobs like this that you’re reminded just how much fun it is to shoot.
But wait, there’s more
January 28, 2010 at 1:29 pm
What’s up with art schools, flikr lovers and film?
—Film’s great, but please, its not about the medium. I made this little poster based on my thoughts and a little chat with my friend
Ken Chou. As a shooter of both film and digi, Ken makes the call to use either based on what he’s looking to do, not because it will be more stylish and hip one way or another. (although I must say, Ken is still a stylish and hip guy! haha)
Me personally, I tend to geek on the lighting, and treatment side of things. The way it was captured isn’t as important to me.
Use whatever camera you want, they all have different purposes. Ideas though! that’s the real magic, not the medium.
and on that note…
I think I’ll break out my Holga soon!
Mad love to my film shooting friends out there.
—Well, the ones who know what’s being made isn’t all about the medium (or because of it…)
January 9, 2010 at 4:19 am