El Pensador, Albarino. Sometimes simple objects, surface and background are enough.
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Here is another shot from the Diesel Punk beer shoot. Yes, Porter in a can! I like the idea of a can for certain venues, poolside, races and other events.
Here is one of the images from the recent Diesel Punk photo shoot. We had many versions of this beer. It comes in cans and bottles and we shot both. It was fun building the industrial sets. Cheers!
Photo shoot for Color Block wines. I felt like I was back in my 1990′s shoot days of photographing beauty / glamour products, but this is wine! Chilean wines. Fun shoot with lots of reflections, color and fashion.
This was an outtake from a photo shoot. I love shrimp. Photographing it and eating it but there is a catch. I am very allergic to shrimp. Obviously I wasn’t always allergic to shrimp or I wouldn’t know that I love eating it. So now photographing shrimp is a little bit of torture. I hope you enjoy this image of the food that tempts me to just deal with anaphylactic shock.
As the Art Director Eric S ericshoemaker.com always says when I shoot beer, “Make it cold!” Photo shoot in studio of this great Canadian ice wine needed to be cold as well. Beautiful packaging! Photo Nerd Info: Shot with Toyo 4×5 View Camera, 210 Fujinon Lens, at f/8. A few “eh’s” were said at end of sentences.
Shooting for Hahn Family Wines today. These avocados were “posing”, so I photographed them. Thanks to the client and crew today.
Photo shoot for Kunde Family Estate. Two of my favorites, red velvet cake and dessert wine. I think I will call it a muffin and fruit juice then it could also be for breakfast!
Here is an out take from this year’s St Francis Winery Holiday shoot. Photo nerd info: This set was built in the studio, lit with speedo strobes w gels and shot with Nikon D3x, 105mm macro lens, f/4 @ 125th, iso 64. St Francis has great wines!
Our model, Jennifer, was so easy to work with. This image was the last shot of the day. The light was beautiful but we added a little pop of light and gold reflectors. This is that time of day when the crew and model has to move fast to not lose that light. My crew is awesome and Jennifer after a long day was still ready to be on set with a great smile. Thanks to my crew, location scout, model agency, models and of course the client who creates these jobs for us in the first place. Check out Ogio wines OGIO::US