Using light to add depth to some graphic designs

20 04 2011

Hi guys, I’m here again trying to keep this blog updated.

Now I’m posting some photographs I’ve done for a graphic designer and an old friend of mine, Leonardo Ribeiro Borges (his web site is under construction, link soon).

The most interesting part of this job was to put some depth and pespective to a plain material, beacuse his work consists primarily of catalogs and posters.

To achieve this more tridimentional sense, I’ve decided to use a very harsh light and play with some shadows, using honeycombs and snoots instead of softboxes.

For this kind of light I usually use two or three Canon 580EX II and Interfit Strobies accessories

The results:




















All the best,
Armando Vernaglia Jr
www.vernaglia.com.br
vimeo.com/vernaglia
@VernagliaJr


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5 05 2011
Juan Dias

Poxa, legal!
Eu li sobre isso recentemente, em algum lugar, mas é tanto material que eu me perco.
O texto falava sobre como criar textura numa fotografia bidimensional (um livro, ou papel por exemplo) e citava o uso de uma fonte de luz dura posicionada na mesma altura do objeto “rasgando-o”.
Outras luzes poderiam ser adicionadas depois, inclusive interpolando algum objeto na frente da luz pra criar algum padrão interessante.

Ótimo post!
Abraço.

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