Will said on January 13, 2010
haha family dog? How do you keep anything hair free?
zack said on January 13, 2010
Gracie is a Labradoodle. The poodle in her keeps her from shedding and that is a fantastic thing.
Ingo said on January 13, 2010
No offense, but Gracie looks like the light-absorbing material which I use in my studio sometimes…
Doug Hall said on January 13, 2010
Lucky she wasn’t a cross between a bulldog and a shitzu.
Always good to see where the artistic direction comes from heheheheh 😎
David Getsfrid said on January 13, 2010
A bit off topic, but how sturdy are those light stands on casters when you’ve got a nice big softbox or octobox on em? I love the idea of making a few for myself, but can imagine some center of gravity issues.
Jay Rodriguez said on January 13, 2010
Hay Zack, when are you coming back to NYC to do a OneLight Seminar?
Nicholas Franklin said on January 13, 2010
Reflector in one hand. Dog in the other.
Javier I Sanchez said on January 13, 2010
So much for one light 😉
Matt Palmer said on January 14, 2010
Personally, I think she makes a very paw art director.
That was bad even by my terrible standards.
Martin said on January 14, 2010
Dog, what dog?
Chris Newman said on January 14, 2010
at least you captured the good side.
Tom Legrady said on January 14, 2010
Instead of shipping steel barbells, the modern thing is to ship empty plastic containers that can be filled with wateror sand or if it needs to be rigid with cement.
If you cut a slot into that, you could epoxy strips of plastic to create a weight with an empty slot from centre to edge. Would be perfect for dropping 5 or 10 or 20 pounds onto the base of the light stand when you’re fitting a softbox on it.
Alexandra said on January 14, 2010
Adam said on January 14, 2010
DIY negative fill or gobo! Nice! I’ve got a yellow lab, kind of throws a color cast when I use him as a reflector….
ArenaCreative said on January 14, 2010
Oh so FIERCE!
Neil McClennan said on January 25, 2010
Hilarious! I can just imagine her thinking “This is just not working for me. Can we get some kind of squeaky toy in there? Maybe a frisbee even?” Lovely Doodle!
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