The At Eaze Band Shooting

Hi an welcome to my last blog post from Germany for the next four weeks!

Before my plane takes off in a few hours I just wanted to post some images from last weeks band shoot with AT EAZE.
As I said, the shooting was in an old farm house and I used a Nikon SB-800 setup only.
A great thing was to simulate a sunset with warming gels by shooting the flash through the windows. I love that technique.
We had a lot of fun creating these promo shots.

So here are a few ones …

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Next time I will post the first impressions from my USA trip, hopefully. ๐Ÿ™‚

Bye!
Chris

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What’s up?

Hi and welcome to this short blog entry.

For the ones who are awaiting the 2nd in depth wedding post – I will publish it later this year.

But here are the latest news and projects.

#1: USA Trip
At the moment I’m planning my journey to the USA. I will stay there for four weeks and traveling from Seattle, WA across San Francisco, CA and Yosemite National Park, CA to Los Angeles, CA. I’m very excited because it is my first USA visit. ๐Ÿ™‚ It will be hilarious – I’m sure.
I will write about the journey and post the greatest images in this blog from August 27th to September 24th.

If you are living in these areas just let me know – maybe we can meet up for some photo talk and shots. Would be great.

#2: Another great reference
This summer DUDEN released its new physics schoolbook called “Physik Na klar!” On page 152 you will find my motocross action image. This image was shot in April 2011 at the Feldatal motocross race track, Hesse, Germany.

My motocross action image on page 152 ofย  “Physik Na klar!” – DUDEN /Cornelsen Schulbuchverlag, Berlin

#3: A Band Shoot
There will be a band shoot during the upcoming weeks wit At Eaze. The shoot will be in an uninhabited German farmhouse. A really interesting location. The last time I shot At Eaze here was in 2009. Back then I had to use halogen headlamps because I had no portable strobe solution.

At Eaze, 2009

This time I will use the Nikon infrared system with Speedlights like I do for all of my shootings nowadays.

So far.

Bye.
Chris