What did you do today? -Soft Cell version from James Worrell on Vimeo.
Yesterday I was making photos from old circuit boards while listening to 80's alt/punk/pop. It was a partly cloudy day and we had a major thunderstorm roll through. I have multiple skylights in my studio and you can see the light change throughout the day because of this.
|Using a loupe to find stray hot glue strings on my circuit board creations. More often than not I use a prop person or designer to make things for me, but I dusted off my old glue gun and made most of this stuff myself.|
|I am old school in the sense that I do as much in camera as possible, that said I love technology that makes the workflow better and life easier. Here I am talking with my agent via my iPhone while triggering a shot with an iPad.|
|Editing the days images on my MacPro Tower with twin Eizo monitors. After making my selections and minor Photoshop fixes, the images will be emailed for approval and then ftp'd to my retoucher for finishing touches.|
|One of the mostly finished shots. © James Worrell, 2012. These circuit boards came from noise canceling headphones.|
A special thanks to Soft Cell and all the other bands that made the soundtrack of my youth which sticks with me. Rock on with your bad selves.