Everything Tastes Better in Slow Motion (part 4)


High speed camera and several gallons of olive oil is a gift that just keeps on giving. Here is part 4 of our project for Olivari.

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Everything Tastes Better in Slow Motion (part 2)


Here is part two of our year-long project of liquid experimentation (read: splashing oil around the studio). Can you guess what did we actually shoot to achieve these visuals? Drop me a comment below if you think so :)

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Everything Tastes Better in Slow Motion (part 1)


We were tasked with exploring the world of slow motion macro photography of our client's olive oil interacting with various substances and objects. In other words, we spent 2 weeks armed with a Phantom camera, splashing galons of oil all over the studio and making everyone hungry with the smell of oil heating up in thousands of Watts of light.

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Macula Lutea


Macula Lutea started as a happy accident - I've been working on one of the projects and wrote a small script to control the movement of the lens flare. Due to the calculation error (my bad) the light source ended up in completely wrong spot, resulting in highly exaggerated flare on the screen. Rather than discard the mistake, I decided to pursue intentionally misusing flares and discovered an entire world of cool abstract imagery that can be created in this style.

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Everything Tastes Better in Slow Motion (part 4)


High speed camera and several gallons of olive oil is a gift that just keeps on giving. Here is part 4 of our project for Olivari.

Read More


Likes5 Comments1 Minutes

Everything Tastes Better in Slow Motion (part 2)


Here is part two of our year-long project of liquid experimentation (read: splashing oil around the studio). Can you guess what did we actually shoot to achieve these visuals? Drop me a comment below if you think so :)

Read More


Likes7 Comments1 Minute

Everything Tastes Better in Slow Motion (part 1)


We were tasked with exploring the world of slow motion macro photography of our client's olive oil interacting with various substances and objects. In other words, we spent 2 weeks armed with a Phantom camera, splashing galons of oil all over the studio and making everyone hungry with the smell of oil heating up in thousands of Watts of light.

Read More


Likes6 Comments1 Minutes

Macula Lutea


Macula Lutea started as a happy accident - I've been working on one of the projects and wrote a small script to control the movement of the lens flare. Due to the calculation error (my bad) the light source ended up in completely wrong spot, resulting in highly exaggerated flare on the screen. Rather than discard the mistake, I decided to pursue intentionally misusing flares and discovered an entire world of cool abstract imagery that can be created in this style.

Read More


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