Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by oliver, Mar 11, 2009.
I shoot events for various NYC nightclubs
Couple of my fav from my zenfolio
1 is cool, the rest are kinda meh
2 seems underexposed
3 is super distorted, i hate club photos that look like that
the people's skin tones seem off in 4
5 is interesting, but i'm distracted by the projector screen with windows running on it.
just my opinion, i probably couldn't do any better, those are tough situations and require lots of creativity.
fat people only clubs
whatever happened to that one asian guy from sf that sucked ass? he did club photography too
...is there anyone in that club that was under a size 30?
He killed himself.
What's with the XP desktop on the projector?
(I have the same wallpaper on my laptop! )
i like 1, but i'd rather the turntable be in focus than the DJ's hand
2 is underexposed
Call me crazy but i dont see the distortion in 3
Thanks for the comments though.
I thought the opposite actually, to show his hand still while everything else around him was a blur /cheesy idea
no worries - my comment was pretty subjective i think - it's your vision
i want to punch that guy in #4
.........but hit the girl on teh right in #3
c'mon guys, scared of a few extra pounds? lol.
but seriously these are very nice club shots, not much else to contribute
Why fat guys need love too
I'd hit that shit
Once I saw Turbodude's club work, that was it. It's pretty hard to meet that standard.
Although i can say to Turbodude's work. Any help is appreciated as far as C&C is concerned. If you know what youre talking about that is
to be honest, i thought #3 was distorted as well... then i looked closer. it's straight up, it's just the fat asses that throws your perception off. There's room for improvement on all of those, unfortunately, i couldn't tell you how. I don't know why, but they're just not very pleasing or interesting to me. of the set, #1 is the best. the rest just look like snapshots.
here is a couple of his threads, not just pictures too, he breaks down his setup and process. good read, first link its a couple posts down, second link you have to scroll down a lil further.
yep that's it. The lighting, the composition, the joie he extracts out of his subjects...top notch!
The pics feel vibrant and alive, not depressing or low-rent.
And compare to the "Localites" samples immediately following. Same venues, same subjects, but a definite feel to them. Massive in fact.
dude's skill just screams out at you, its so obvious.