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Solitaire Existence

Solitaire Existence


A favorite client of mine, Cumberland Furniture, recently had us up to their studio for a few days to photograph their new Solitaire line.  We always have a lot of fun working with Rob from Cumberland and Art Director, Michael Barile.  I got to play architect for a few days, configuring walls and floor panels to suit our compositions.  While we most often shoot with HMI and Strobe, I always do these studio shoots with tungsten lighting as it gives us more tools to work with.  I find in general that tungsten sources are easier to create really finessed lighting with.  You can be so much more “surgical” with them than you can with strobe. Everything was shot on our new IQ 260 back with the Arca view camera.


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