31 May 2007

Photo Shoot - Part 2

I decided to wander around in between shoots and I think this place looked more like a movie/tv set than a photography studio. The racks at the side housed the props from potted plants to wine bottles to tea sets to fake plasma screen TV, etc.

The boss was lamenting to me that the props have a limited lifespan. Granted they are quite durable and could last for years, they have to be replace them often as there are only some many times you can use the same props in the various shoots, before someone realised that you have been using it once too often. In their line, deja vu is a strict no no. And so to throw these props away when they are still in pretty good shape, he couldn't help but feel the heart pain with every spring cleaning.

After the break, it was time to do the second shoot. We had to take the photo from another angle to highlight another feature of the product. This time round we wanted to emphasise on the wood burl inlay that we applied to the parquet of the table top.

This is how the picture turned out from the high angle shot. Click here to enlarge.

And this is the final shot. It's been exactly a year since this design was first drafted and was glad to finally see it in its full splendour. Still, we are way ahead of schedule as we are only slated to launch this in January 2008. Click here to enlarge

- Voxeros

1. An left...
Saturday, 2 June 2007 10:08 am
Wooowww!! nice furniture. Can send over to my house? wahahahhahaha!!! =P

2. slurp! left...
Monday, 4 June 2007 11:08 pm ::
OMG, and you already showing them here when they are to launch only on Jan 2008???!!
anyway, thanks for showing these spy shots kekekeke ... looks very European in design.

3. JayWalk left...
Tuesday, 5 June 2007 10:25 am :: 
An: Eh. I must warn you that this set is damn bladdy big. Can fit inside your house or not?

Slurp!: Yeah, I know it is kind of risky to show this to the entire world so early. I just hope none of the furniture people sees this as they are just not the blogging types. *fingers crossed*

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