As promised, here is the tutorial for what I call "underwater" product photography (not sure what the right name for this). We shoot several products, from fruits to a shampoo bottles, and now I am glad to show you the result.
This is the most enjoyable photo-shot I had for last few month: not only the most technically challenging but the end result is the most eye-catching and outstanding.
More detailed spec and description is on the blog:
The winner of the 2012 Deep Winter photo competition, in which Robin O'Neill documents the young and old of Whistler's best. Shot and edited in 3 consecutive days in bounds at Whistler Blackcomb ski resort. Making the most of tougher conditions -- blue skies and no fresh snowfall during shooting.
Robin was also this year's winner of the people's choice award! http://www.tiipz.com/c/deepwinter/
A couple weeks ago I had Monique in the studio for the first time and it worked out so well that I brought her back for the April workshop! I got several images that I love and here is a behind a scenes look at the shoot. I also recently drove up the coast to San Francisco for an interview with Twit, and along the way I got some cool shots in the Bay Area and Big Sur. The backgrounds from that trip are featured in most of the shots with Monique.
A link for the Twit Interview in case anyone is interested:
As well as my blog and twitter: