Broken Relief

By: Gustav Hoiland

Feb 23 2012

Category: studio

1 Comment

Aperture:f/11
Focal Length:50mm
ISO:100
Shutter:1/125 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark II

The "Local"

It’s over. It’s all over, the production part of this project. And there’s a deep relief knowing that I’ll finally be able to break down the setup that has commandeered so much of my room for weeks.

36 bottles of beer tonight. Six six packs, all soaking now in a shard-filled bath of beer. That’s 36 on top of about as many water-filled test bottles, used really just to finely tune my shutter-click-to-bottle-break coordination.

Now on to plenty of Photoshop work, sequencing, portfolioing, printing copies for the hardware store manager and the nice guys at the liquor mart. The conversations with my photo comrades. Chats with the rest of y’all. Gathering of likes on Facebook. Contacting the breweries to say hey and inquire about whether this catches their eye.

Phew.

One comment on “Broken Relief”

  1. Simply amazing. Great work Gus!


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