Monday, May 26, 2014

The making of The Crow

This is personal work.
When I was shooting Emmanuel “flying” in the studio and ready to kick a ball, I did not have any idea for a background.
While I was looking at the picture of Emmanuel, I remembered a phrase from a song made by Lasse Dahl for our local team Moss Football club, which is something like: "The crows always fly the highest”. Meaning: they're the best, I think :)
The crow is the symbol of my hometown Moss, and Moss Football club is referred to as “The crows”.
That's the remarkable story behind this picture ;) The burning ball has no meaning, I just thought it was a nice addition.
The background I photographed out the window when I was flying home from vacation a couple of years ago.

Thursday, February 20, 2014

The making of the Batmobile

The size of the car and my kid trying to watch the telly.

The making of the picture.

Saturday, January 4, 2014

The making of "Man of Steel"

This is my two favourite fiction characters doing a mashup :)
Superman is the Hot Toys Superman III evil version (Christopher Reeve) 1/6 scale figure, and the Terminator is the Enterbay Terminator Battle Damaged (Arnold Schwarzenegger) 1/4 scale figure.
I photographed them using one flash in a soft box on a white background.

My daughter wanted in on the action while I was shooting :)

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

The making of "The Itsy Bitsy Spider-M... Zo...?"

I bought this Spider-Man statue recently. Great piece.
It's a Wizard Exclusive Marvel Zombies: Spider-Man Bust Limited to 1,000.

I photographed the statue in my living room, the background is a cemetery from my hometown and the sky I made in Photoshop using a couple of pictures.

The pictures I used:

Some of the steps: