MIXED REALITY PHOTOSHOOT
For this shoot, my team received a storyboard of an image that Microsoft wanted to capture. The timeline was extremely short, so we had to act fast and be scrappy. With my previous mood boarding and shoot planning experience, I was set to be in charge of wardrobe design for this photoshoot.
After story boarding some creative imagery executions with my art director, Zoe Cobb, I began searching and selecting a wardrobe for both a female and male model. I found clothes online, made a mood board, got sign off from the client, called around to see what was available at local stores and went to work (aka shopping.) I photographed what I purchased to send to the client to get the final sign off.
On set, I was in charge of making sure the models were in their appropriate outfits and looked their best as they were being photographed. This was such a great learning experience and a fun way to be creative away from my computer screen.
PLANNING STAGE: CREATIVE STORYBOARD
ON SET WITH STANTON STEPHENS
The final IMAGE AND WARDROBE results
EASY SET UP PHOTOSHOOT
This was another tight turn around project. My art director had a couple of days to plan and asked me to help her shoot story board imagery. They would then use these storyboards to target what they would shoot on set the following day. These photos needed to show the "easy set up" capabilities of the VR devices, so we spent all day shooting possible solutions for this ask.
INTERNAL MIXED REALITY PHOTOSHOOT
This photo was made using both our 3D team and our photography team. The island scape environment created in 3D was used as the background environment for this image. We then spent a day photographing a user for this environment. We used our studio lighting and gels to create the correct color and light. The two images were then blended together seamlessly to create this beautiful scene.