|Project by alexsutula||posted 03-03-2010 05:21 AM||3000 views||8 times favorited||11 comments|
I have been currently take measures to become a full-time woodworker. Part of that means taking quality photos that draw attention to the countless hours we spend concentrating on details.
I bought a 10’ roll of seamless white background paper, 4 500 watt halogen work-lamps, stands, and borrowed a friends digital camera (several steps above a point and shoot but a step below a SLR). I took close to 260 pictures. Many of them didn’t workout. I then sent 170 of decent digital copies to my cousin, who is a very talented photographer in Savannah. ,Georgia, to photoshop them. All said and done, only 15 of those pictures made the cut. Here are some of them.
She will be coming up in the Summer to teach me how to properly shoot a piece of furniture. If you like the work send me a message and I’ll send you her web address.
-- You can't stand apart unless you're prepared to stand alone. Alex, Cleveland