When I was shooting the Lazy Sunday photos, I also snapped off this shot. I'd been wanting to do a shot like this ever since I added the light to the fridge, and even though it didn't fit into the narrative of the shoot, I loved how it came out, and wanted to share it.
Sometimes, Sunday are just about staying in and nursing a hangover from the night before. It helps to have someone to spend it with.
Really, this photo series is about showcasing a bunch of small props I've been working on lately. I'll be adding to this gallery, but for starters, I wanted to show off some of the printables I've either acquired or been working on, my customized Barbie fridge, and my 1/6 manga collection I've been building. Check it all out here!
Keeping this momentum going this weekend with another full photo shoot. Introducing Abel Lenkov and Ghosts on the Radio. Full gallery and backstory here.
After a number of iterations, I’m happy to finally share. Check out the full gallery along with the background story. Lots of deep lore on this one!
I recently got in the Wartoys Witcher 3 Geralt figure, and while all of the outfit and swords are gorgeous, I hated the head. So after finishing this custom head, I had to get an iconic Geralt bathtub shot before I squeezed him into his armor.
And here it is! Part 3 (of 3) of the of the House of Seasons - Haunting of Brightwood Asylum photo story. It was a lot of fun playing a bit more in this world, and trying to tell a bit more of a narrative story this way. I hope you all enjoyed!
Already time for part 2 (of 3) of the House of Seasons - Haunting of Brightwood Asylum photo story. Enjoy!
Very excited to post part 1 (of 3) of the House of Seasons - Haunting of Brightwood Asylum photo story. Enjoy!
I don't think this is the best photo shoot I've done, but I still wanted to share. I got the Replicade Tempest arcade cabinet for Christmas, and I Kickstartered the change machine last year and it arrived a few weeks ago. I was dying to shoot them together, but it was a real learning experience getting these photos to come out right. I wanted the screen and game marquee to be visibly lit up, but still really clear. The solution turned out to revolve around getting all my camera settings to be optimal for these 2 features, then to adjust the lighting for the rest of the scene to match. I actually got a few shots with a current iphone camera that did a great job of doing everything automatically, but I wanted to figure out how to shoot this properly. I still have a long way to go as a photographer, but I'm feeling pretty good with the results here. Will probably revisit this again in the future.
Full gallery can be found here.
Reverend Spooky makes things.