touch ~
(almost as good
as taste)

A series based on the joy and delight in the little guys, those things that sit upon the shelves and get passed by in the halls. With a focus not just on color but on texture as a primary element, I strove to set up situations that were not only aesthetically pleasing but also somewhat tactile. 

A series based on the joy and delight in the little guys, those things that sit upon the shelves and get passed by in the halls. With a focus not just on color but on texture as a primary element, I strove to set up situations that were not only aesthetically pleasing to the eye but also somewhat tactile. 

The When:
Fall 2017

The Where:
California Polytechnic University,
San Luis Obispo

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IMG_7722
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IMG_7735

Here is the result of a trip to the local craft store, I found interest in the beading section as well as the wrapping paper section. I then also used textures such as cement and plastic to contrast one another. 

A behind-the-scenes snapshot. Three main lights were used to create the shot, a softbox to fill, snoot to highlight the top edge and an umbrella to light the backdrop. Taken pre-table-collapse, who knew cement was so heavy.

A behind-the-scenes snapshot. I used textures such as cement and plastic to contrast one another. Taken pre-table-collapse, who knew cement was so heavy.

Using multiple supplies from the hardware store and my neighbors garden, I aimed to create motion and had my partner drop feathers from above for added effect.

For this set up I used a beauty dish, softbox, and magnifier. The dish was used as the main catch light and the softbox was used for a general fill.  The magnifier had a gel and was lit from below to not only add gradation on the backdrop but to give a slight highlight to the bottom edge of the subject.

StillLife5

touch ~
(almost as good
as taste)

A series based on the joy and delight in the little guys, those things that sit upon the shelves and get passed by in the halls. With a focus not just on color but on texture as a primary element, I strove to set up situations that were not only aesthetically pleasing but also somewhat tactile. 

A series based on the joy and delight in the little guys, those things that sit upon the shelves and get passed by in the halls. With a focus not just on color but on texture as a primary element, I strove to set up situations that were not only aesthetically pleasing to the eye but also somewhat tactile. 

The When:
Fall 2017

The Where:
California Polytechnic University,
San Luis Obispo

HyperFocal: 0

Here is the result of a trip to the local craft store, I found interest in the beading section as well as the wrapping paper section. I then also used textures such as cement and plastic to contrast one another. 

IMG_7722

A behind-the-scenes snapshot. Three main lights were used to create the shot, a softbox to fill, snoot to highlight the top edge and an umbrella to light the backdrop. Taken pre-table-collapse, who knew cement was so heavy.

A behind-the-scenes snapshot. I used textures such as cement and plastic to contrast one another. Taken pre-table-collapse, who knew cement was so heavy.

HyperFocal: 0

Using multiple supplies from the hardware store and my neighbors garden, I aimed to create motion and had my partner drop feathers from above for added effect.

IMG_7735

For this set up I used a beauty dish, softbox, and magnifier. The dish was used as the main catch light and the softbox was used for a general fill.  The magnifier had a gel and was lit from below to not only add gradation on the backdrop but to give a slight highlight to the bottom edge of the subject.

StillLife5

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