I’m not a big “car guy.” If you know me at all, you probably already knew that.
Well, last winter, a group of fellow photographers went downtown to ogle the curves (both the cars’ and the models’). In the spirit of journalistic creation, I joined in. As expected, once I arrived, the seething mass of “aficionados” easily overwhelmed the subject of the event.
As with any large public gathering I attend, my focus was on the people looking at things instead of the things they were looking at. Oddly enough, a lot of people looked really bored (most of them were working the booths).
Here are some shots – sorry they’re nearly a year late…
We’re back for round 2 of the collaborative projects. You may have seen the first post a little while ago. For those just joining in, allow me to recap: I began participation in a series of group endevors. Each round involves an art director, a photographer, and a variety of other individuals (positions as needed). We trade roles for each new project.
Basically, it’s a set of group building exercises.
The time around, our team tackled some tough technology (see what I did there?) Anyway, one of the more important concerns in today’s world of digitally-creative individuals is security. Our ads are a look at ioSafe’s nearly invincible hard drives. Dave Rodriguez, Nancy Garcia and myself decided to go “stereotypical” on the security.
As always – opinions and comments always appreciated.