Gary Aspden, brand expert and consultant to Adidas, launched a brief where he asked for images that spoke to the brand, one that is rooted in sports.
Move slowly in a straight line. That’s what your iPhone or camera says in panorama mode. But what I’m capturing isn’t moving slowly. It isn’t moving in a straight line. The Adidas subject is always active, going beyond itself, trying to break it’s own boundaries, crossing it’s lines. After all, impossible is nothing. I hope you enjoy a photo series made entirely in panorama mode, with a mix of photos shot on the iPhone and shot on a camera, and a mix of studio and outdoor shots.
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A Portrait Of Light
Erika Mugglin, photographer, on the other side of the lens. Taken for Nick Knight’s Photography Mastered class.
Worspit The Illest
Promo photos for rapper Wordspit the Illest.
Eclipse
Gamine Eyewear can totally block out the sun with their round shades.
Nature Photography
A series of photographs taken in 2016 in Ecuador and The Washington Coast
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