Behind the Scenes – capturing a cover

It was cold. So very, very cold. It was snowing for God’s sakes. But I think it inspired us to work fast, work efficiently, and to keep the process moving. I was pleased with the raw results – we’ll see how it turns out in the end 🙂

 

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So very cold – getting the camera set up, making sure the settings are right, freaking out because it started snowing.

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My brother (the model) promised he would make this face in every picture – since we’d be taking pictures of his back for most of the photos.

 

 

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Burned out ruins of a factory – you can’t see him, but one of the photographers is actually creepily standing in this shot.

 

 

 

 

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Really liking this shot, these are all from my phone so not the actuals, but I think it blends well with the cover choices.

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Goofy face, as promised. Principle photographer was on the other side of the wall.

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We came across this car in our last travels, and the ‘model’ fell in love.

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No matter where I stood, I was always in the way! But it was great seeing everyone in action.

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All in all, a wonderful day!

Can’t wait to go through the raw files and find the perfect photo for the book!

Everything is getting frighteningly closer…

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