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Thank you for your inspiration. Did this project in "my" gym - the bodybuilding people were by far the most critical models I ever had, the fitness people and the 40+ people where more relaxed. I love that I managed to invite people up to 80+ years old - but am too polite to tell you who it is:-)
Greetings from Switzerland
I don't want to learn how to do this. I want to pay someone to take pictures of me like this. Surely you are getting tons of inquiries. Are you doing more of this? Can people have this done????
interesting thank you
Would be interested to see a video on your post production for something like this - if even just short main points.Have you done any post production vids (had a quick scan can't see any specifically on post) ?
Wow! I'm so glad I came across your blog! I really love your photos and I love how you've given some details about how you got the shots.
I translated your article on Medium into Japanese https://medium.com/@yukichi....That's a great article. I hope your coolest challenge spread around world!This translation is not approved by Medium yet, but anyone can read it.
Awesome photos! Creative juices were definitely flowing!
or just have an assistant stand on a ladder with a hose with a garden watering attachment on it (kind of like an old fashioned shower head). No assistant? Zip tie it to a pole/branch/ladder/etc.If the water is too cold, use a big kiddy pool and run through a recirculation pond pump. Use a bird bath winter heating element to warm up the water. Just, don’t put it in contact with the plastic tub.
Exactly! Get creative :D
haha your idea reminds me of the SAIL music video : https://www.youtube.com/wat...
This is why I love Photography. You can create Moments in time. And for an added bonus, The subjects have a photo of a lifetime.