I’m undertaking an exciting new commercial project with my friend Diego Tabango to photograph film composer Mark Mancina’s astounding collection of beautiful hand-made guitars. Diego and I will be spending three days at Mark’s recording studio in Carmel, California in order to shoot an initial 20 guitars. This is looking to be a very fun, challenging, and educational project. Check out some of the initial results above and be on the look out for more cool guitar photographs coming soon.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFwUy15vtXY In photography. It’s easy to focus on the results and to forget about the process. It’s easy to see the pretty picture and not
Nice work. I photograph guitars for dannyd.com and it’s a real challenge when you get a guitar that is all reflection, boy it’s hard to get it perfect. I often hold up black card board on small areas that are reflecting the light, like on the headstock of the first pic that you have.
Ah, great tip! Thanks, Daniel!
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