One of the most rewarding parts of working on various advertising shoots is seeing the final results a few months later. This was a shoot that required careful planning from the start. The original idea was to photograph people in various locations around Boston. Logistically it would have been possible, but to and not break the budget and give us total control, shooting in the studio made the most sense.
The great folks at EP Levine helped us get the latest Apple Mac Pro Tower and LED Cinema display synched to make sure that the huge, yet stunning files the Hasselblad H4-50 produces to can be shown to our clients instantly. Or if they prefer to relax in our massage chair, they can watch the the shoot progress in real time on an iPad. We are excited to use it next week on an upcoming shoot!
We could not have been more excited to see the Captain America shield up close for a recent Baskin Robbins photo shoot.
We don’t get a chance to see such an iconic movie prop everyday, so it was definitely the star of the shoot. It arrived in a wooden crate straight from Hollywood, and we thought it would be fun to answer some questions that our inquiring readers may have;
Yes, it weighs more than the 12 pounds Marvel Comics claims.
Yes, it is very expensive. We can only imagine the insurance policy must be similar to these items/body parts.
Yes, we had to give it back. Too bad, they probably noticed if we tried to pull a switch-a-roo
No, we did not test to see if it would stop bullets. We did notice that it would stop a goat.
No, Chris Evans did not come along (sorry, ladies)
Be sure to check out the movie on July 22nd and get a scoop of Super Soldier Swirl!