Friday, January 18, 2008


This is some of the work I did while on internship at Viewpoint Studios. I got to shoot a lot of silos, abstracts, and a few vignettes. While shooting silos may not be the most exciting of jobs, it certainly offers a good chance to learn the basics. While on the key I got much better at setting up the camera and focusing, which is a lot harder than it sounds. The digital sensor is a lot more sensitive to the tilts and swings of the view camera than film is. All of these were shot with a Sinar with a Phase One H25 back.

1 comment:

jessica seawell said...

looks good...i am disappointed that the pee-wee herman chair did not make the cut.