I just got the super cool, super economical Canon 50mm 1.8 lens. Look for more awesome bokeh and shallow DOF in the future!
Last Sunday, I stumbled upon a whole mess of horses and their owners in downtown Asheboro! It was the 10th annual Asheboro Fall Roundup Horse Parade and there were some wonderful horses and their riders dressed up and on display. I took my new 50mm 1.8 lens down to the parking lot where the parade started and got some shots…
All images ©Eric Waters 2011
Posted in Event Photography, Portraits, Street Photography, Uncategorized
Tagged asheboro, Asheboro Fall Roundup, cowboys, digital, horses, interesting people, north carolina, parade, people, recreation
I am currently on my fall internship at a big commercial photo studio in Greensboro, NC- Viewpoint Studios. It has been a really productive and positive experience. It is a large studio that specializes in furniture photography but also shoots smaller products. There are a lot of talented, cool people working there every day- photographers, designers, salespeople, carpenters, models, clients etc.- to make the final images that get used in catalogs, packaging and online sites.
My sensei has been the awesome, indefatigable Mr. John Feimster. He has been teaching me about seeing the light while illuminating large interiors, working with DSLR video and editing on Capture One, as well as more esoteric advice on living life and being rock-n-roll. Below are some images from a massive video shoot we did for La-Z-Boy Europe/Asia to promote their salesroom spaces. Enjoy!
John Feimster in action!
Working the Porta-Jib
The 1000 square foot set we lit with tons of hot lights, Hollywood style!
And finally, here is an image of one of the furniture interior sets that I did most of the lighting on, with John advising:
All images ©Viewpoint Studios 2011