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  • If you’re thinking about shooting #agriculture, @michael_kunde really is the one to go to for this. We just finished a motion project to be released soon, and starting another one, soon. He’s mastered all of the Ins and outs and understands the perfect light and landscape. · · · “Now that’s a good lookin pivot!” Going through all my agriculture archives and found so many goodies I’ve never shown... I’m gunna periodically drop some “AG” on ya! 😬🤘 Drone pilot: @rudy.le Agency: @obp.agency  @photopolitic @theworkbookphoto @komyoon @foundartists @sidecar_motion #sidecarww
  • If you’re thinking about shooting #agriculture, @michael_kunde really is the one to go to for this. We just finished a motion project to be released soon, and starting another one, soon. He’s mastered all of the Ins and outs and understands the perfect light and landscape. · · · “Now that’s a good lookin pivot!” Going through all my agriculture archives and found so many goodies I’ve never shown... I’m gunna periodically drop some “AG” on ya! 😬🤘 Drone pilot: @rudy.le Agency: @obp.agency @photopolitic @theworkbookphoto @komyoon @foundartists @sidecar_motion #sidecarww
  •  32  0  16 July, 2019
  • New work for @hugh_kretschmer @nytimes : I’m excited to share recent work for The NY Times. For this week’s Business Section I was asked again by Picture Editor, @brentmnyt to create this illustration for the “Work Friend” weekly column.  Titled “I like working retail. Why am I too ashamed to say so?” Written by Megan Greenwald, the story is about a former record executive who, after 20 years, can only find retail work at a record store.  He loves the job, but is ashamed to let his social media friends know his true feelings.  Brent and I collaborated on the theme, using a broken record, a phrase that has a traditionally different meaning than used here. But his objective was clear when he suggested the figurine we used look as if fallen in the crack, suggesting a feeling of being left behind or diminished personal value.  Thank you, Brent for thinking of me and to Megan Greenwald for writing such a timely and poignant piece. #photoillustration #nytimesbusiness @_sidecarww_ #financialfreedom #retailjobs #brokenrecord #fallingthroughthecracks #conceptart #art #concept #illustration @komyoon #sidecarww
  • New work for @hugh_kretschmer @nytimes : I’m excited to share recent work for The NY Times. For this week’s Business Section I was asked again by Picture Editor, @brentmnyt to create this illustration for the “Work Friend” weekly column. Titled “I like working retail. Why am I too ashamed to say so?” Written by Megan Greenwald, the story is about a former record executive who, after 20 years, can only find retail work at a record store. He loves the job, but is ashamed to let his social media friends know his true feelings. Brent and I collaborated on the theme, using a broken record, a phrase that has a traditionally different meaning than used here. But his objective was clear when he suggested the figurine we used look as if fallen in the crack, suggesting a feeling of being left behind or diminished personal value. Thank you, Brent for thinking of me and to Megan Greenwald for writing such a timely and poignant piece. #photoillustration #nytimesbusiness @_sidecarww_ #financialfreedom #retailjobs #brokenrecord #fallingthroughthecracks #conceptart #art #concept #illustration @komyoon #sidecarww
  •  25  1  28 June, 2019
  • @hugh_kretschmer 
#worldoceanday "Glittering Sea”: When I first imagined this concept, I had very little faith I would find a location like this where everything lined up so precisely, both visually and logistically.  This location is a public beach in Carpinteria, a little hamlet in between Ventura and Santa Barbara, CA.  We used two masonite closet doors butted together as the main surface and applied a thick coat of craft glue using a painter’s roller.  I had five different sized blue hued glitters that were used, the smallest towards the horizon the largest closest to the camera.  This helped expand visual space and force perspective. The camera configuration we used throughout the entire series is equipped with a Nodal Rail system that made it possible to seamlessly create mural sized image files, slide #8.  The rail makes this possible by shifting the pivot point of the tripod under the diaphragm of the lens, making sure no elements in the viewfinder shift out of perspective during capture of the sequence.  In order to create a panoramic, the camera is mounted in “portrait” orientation.  Then we photograph up to 5 images in sequence, rotating the camera slightly from left to right.  In order to “stitch” the sequence of images together seamlessly, we needed to use PC (perspective control) lenses.  The best results come from having the plane of the sensor as close to 90 degrees as possible.  The trouble with that is it minimizes my choice of angles.  The PC lens solves that problem by shifting the perspective down.#conceptart #art #concept #water #ocean #landscape @theworkbookphoto @photopolitic @foundartists #sidecarww
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    #worldoceanday "Glittering Sea”: When I first imagined this concept, I had very little faith I would find a location like this where everything lined up so precisely, both visually and logistically. This location is a public beach in Carpinteria, a little hamlet in between Ventura and Santa Barbara, CA. We used two masonite closet doors butted together as the main surface and applied a thick coat of craft glue using a painter’s roller. I had five different sized blue hued glitters that were used, the smallest towards the horizon the largest closest to the camera. This helped expand visual space and force perspective. The camera configuration we used throughout the entire series is equipped with a Nodal Rail system that made it possible to seamlessly create mural sized image files, slide #8. The rail makes this possible by shifting the pivot point of the tripod under the diaphragm of the lens, making sure no elements in the viewfinder shift out of perspective during capture of the sequence. In order to create a panoramic, the camera is mounted in “portrait” orientation. Then we photograph up to 5 images in sequence, rotating the camera slightly from left to right. In order to “stitch” the sequence of images together seamlessly, we needed to use PC (perspective control) lenses. The best results come from having the plane of the sensor as close to 90 degrees as possible. The trouble with that is it minimizes my choice of angles. The PC lens solves that problem by shifting the perspective down. #conceptart #art #concept #water #ocean #landscape @theworkbookphoto @photopolitic @foundartists #sidecarww
  •  27  1  8 June, 2019
  • #Repost @hugh_kretschmer · · ·  It’s been such a pleasure to be leading a workshop devoted to Concept in Photography for @Foto ramafest this year. Thank you @marko.stamatovic for inviting me and to the students who signed on allowing the opportunity to collaborate with them.  The privilege was all mine.  Our “colorful” backdrop was this former munitions factory that set the stage for our lovely ballerina subjects to be set against and emphasized key elements that help conceptual storytelling- juxtaposition and visual contrast.  The day started with an hour long introduction of my working processes, followed by an in-depth demonstration, ending with several students working on their own concepts, with all of us assisting them.  What I found most interesting was the realizations a few of my students shared with me at the end of the day. They could see the potential for their respective photography businesses injecting concepts into their working processes, whether portrait, wedding or corporate photography.  What I learned from them was how important it is to continue demonstrating my working processes.  I’m very grateful!  @dushanstevic @_vukashin_ @_sidecarww_ @dragansaponjic #kragujevac #serbia #conceptualphotography #photographicworkshop #workshop @fotoramafest @theworkbookphoto #sidecarww @komyoon
  • #Repost @hugh_kretschmer · · · It’s been such a pleasure to be leading a workshop devoted to Concept in Photography for @Foto ramafest this year. Thank you @marko.stamatovic for inviting me and to the students who signed on allowing the opportunity to collaborate with them. The privilege was all mine. Our “colorful” backdrop was this former munitions factory that set the stage for our lovely ballerina subjects to be set against and emphasized key elements that help conceptual storytelling- juxtaposition and visual contrast. The day started with an hour long introduction of my working processes, followed by an in-depth demonstration, ending with several students working on their own concepts, with all of us assisting them. What I found most interesting was the realizations a few of my students shared with me at the end of the day. They could see the potential for their respective photography businesses injecting concepts into their working processes, whether portrait, wedding or corporate photography. What I learned from them was how important it is to continue demonstrating my working processes. I’m very grateful! @dushanstevic @_vukashin_ @_sidecarww_ @dragansaponjic #kragujevac #serbia #conceptualphotography #photographicworkshop #workshop @fotoramafest @theworkbookphoto #sidecarww @komyoon
  •  39  0  4 June, 2019

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