We had the pleasure of working on a project recently that gave us the opportunity to work with the Phantom camera. The client wanted to capture water going down a drain and gave us the creative freedom to have some fun.
In the spirit of spring, I’m happy to share some new “outdoor” product samples. We brought a bit of nature into the studio, and built true to life sets in front of oversized prints to create the shots. Check out chrislitwin.com for more!
After all of the planning, shooting, and editing, we’re thrilled to share the latest work from Chris Litwin Photography. As a director, Chris uses his photography and lighting expertise to create a mouth-watering adventure in his kitchen to showcase this delicious handcrafted pizza.
Here are some new shots from a recent photo shoot at the studio. We wanted to emulate the feel of an antique farmhouse to compliment these gourmet cheeses.
We recently came up with the idea of shooting two bottles at the moment of collision in mid air. Originally, the plan was to simply swing them into place via two strings hanging from the ceiling. After more thought, however, we decided that the shot would be more interesting if they were shooting head to head. Thus began the process of making two large “bottle cannons” and a containment octagon to shoot it in. When Broncolor heard what we were doing, they sent over a videographer to document the process. Here is the video of it all coming together…