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  • Automotive - Digital Oxygen Photography
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    Original URL path: http://digitaloxygen.ca/photography/portfolio/automotive/ (2014-10-09)
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  • Events - Digital Oxygen Photography
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  • Digital Oxygen Photography
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  • BMW M3 Automotive Shoot | DigitalOxygen.ca Photography
    stands out from the average BMW in terms of looks and performance and I knew it would be a blast to shoot The owner was interested in selling their M3 very reluctantly of course and wanted something to help it stand out from the other cars in that class He had a particular style in mind for the shoot so the ad would appeal to the target market With a good idea of what he was looking for I started scouting locations I scoped locations ranging from a 1 2 million dollar mansion to brick covered heritage buildings to high end golf course communities After running the potential locations by the client we discussed some of the concepts and set a date We started out at the rolling greens of Tobiano golf course and community This was a great location for the car as it catered well to prospective buyers After finding some stand out locations within the community course we positioned the car and setup the lighting to take advantage of the sunset conditions In addition to the sun we added a couple softboxes and a reflector to hit all the contours After nailing some great shots we were forced to wrap shooting because we d burned through what was left of the daylight The next day we set out to find a location for the interior and detail shots Luckily one of the assistants had access to an underground parking garage which was the perfect place to control the lighting and get some nice environmental elements in the frame All of the following shots were taken with a single strobe in a 24 softbox all handheld by the assistant The softbox was mounted on the end of lighting stand and was dangled dead center for the mean looking

    Original URL path: http://digitaloxygen.ca/blog/photography/bmw-m3-automotive-shoot/ (2014-10-09)
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  • Bowlin’ (Teaser) | DigitalOxygen.ca Photography
    long list of exciting blog posts queued up but for now I ll leave you with a with a teaser for something a little out of my norm a lifestyle shoot of the creation of a handmade wooden bowl I know sounds boring and strange but the final subject is just so fantastic I had to shoot it and share it right away More photos of the creation process will come but for now here is the final piece in all it s glory I m a sucker for rustic things and the character of this piece is absolutely fantastic Running your hands along the gnarly yet finished features it s unlike anything else The light was provided by bouncing the on camera flash a Canon 430EX off the white side of a large handheld reflector That s it Clean and simple Post production done in Lightroom 5 2 RC Stay tuned for more photos from the shoot and more exciting blog posts Discuss No Comments No comments yet Why not add one below Add a Comment Cancel reply Connect with Enter your WordPress com blog URL http wordpress com Proceed Your email address will not be published Note marked

    Original URL path: http://digitaloxygen.ca/blog/photography/bowlin-teaser/ (2014-10-09)
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  • Stealing the Steel | DigitalOxygen.ca Photography
    finger to kick off the shutter but that s it Hence the title Stealing the Steel Enjoy Discuss 4 Comments Kurt says January 6 2013 at 9 57 am That looks so wicked I m not entirely sure what spinning steel wool is so I ll have to Google it and find out haha Great shot DigitalOxygen ca says January 6 2013 at 10 16 am Guess I forgot to mention the specifics Step 1 Attach some steel wool to the end of a rope or chain In this case they had a metal whisk as a sort of basket to hold the steel wool Step 2 This is where it gets cool Light it on FIRE A common method is to use a 9v battery to spark it up which is what they did Really it just kind of smoulders Step 3 Spin it The wind from the spinning acts like someone blowing on the smouldering embers and it lights right up and shoots little chunks out To capture simply setup the camera on a tripod set it for a long exposure this one was 30 seconds and hit the shutter button Jim Hobbs says March 4 2013 at

    Original URL path: http://digitaloxygen.ca/blog/photography/stealing-the-steel/ (2014-10-09)
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  • The New Year | DigitalOxygen.ca Photography
    for week 1 Check it out here https www facebook com SunPeaksResort app 142471089237508 Prints are available too contact us for details Discuss 2 Comments Dian Verwey says January 1 2013 at 7 41 am EXcellent shot Ben love it DigitalOxygen ca says January 1 2013 at 8 17 am Thanks It was a pretty unexpected opportunity and a fantastic one Had I known I would be in front of

    Original URL path: http://digitaloxygen.ca/blog/photography/the-new-year/ (2014-10-09)
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  • UPDATED: Etsy Store Launched, Just In Time for Christmas! | DigitalOxygen.ca Photography
    DigitalOxygen After a lot of thought and some outside opinions Ben J Photo bubbled to the top To fulfill the orders I ve teamed up with a new local print shop to offer some high quality products at really good prices Here are some of the highlights Fine Art Prints Canvas Prints Locally printed Local pick up available Printed on Organic and or Recycled papers such as sugar cane or bamboo Archival quality paper canvas with minimum 200 year lifespan Depending on print type and availability of materials As time goes on I will likely expand the available photos and products on Etsy and maybe even tap into other online or real world store fronts but for now this should be a good start In addition to the Etsy shop as always I have a large array of photos and products available via my portfolio on DigitalOxygen ca such as prints canvas posters greeting cards e cards etc Simply find the photo you want click to enlarge and click the shopping cart icon in the top right corner Since these products are handled through a separate company and shipped out may not arrive before Christmas but better late than never

    Original URL path: http://digitaloxygen.ca/blog/photography/etsy-store-launched-just-in-time-for-christmas/ (2014-10-09)
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