Professional photographer Catherine Hall and overenthusiastic amateur Leo Laporte chat with some of the world's leading and most inspirational image-makers. Learn tips from acclaimed pros as they impart their knowledge of making arresting images through personal anecdotes, real world experience, and a discussion of their favorite toys. The show educates, inspires and empowers photographers of all levels. Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives.
March 28th, 2012
Episode 35 of 53 episodes
Hosts: Catherine Hall and Leo Laporte Is it photography or 3D animation? A common question for creative masterminds, Dave Cox and Wil Wells, of Elevendy. Disregarding the mantra "get it right in camera" this creative production house makes their own rules. Learn the importance of planning, how to hide discreet meaningful messages in your images (including star wars characters), and how to get a client buy-in for off the wall concepts. The dynamic duo will also reveal the process of their Addy winning Sacramento Kings "Defend Your Honor" campaign. ** Bonus - In-studio shoot with both "C-Sharp" and Leo. See the concept drawing and shoot in action. Final result to be revealed in future episode! Guest: Wil Wells and Dave Cox of elevendy.com Don't miss a chance to watch or listen to your favorite photographers - download and subscribe to TWiT Photo podcast on iTunes for free. LINKS Wil Well's Twitter @wilwells Dave Cox's Twitter @davecox elevendy.com elevendy's 404 page: elevendy.com/unicorns Follow Catherine on Twitter. You can also check out her blog here. Download or subscribe to this show at twit.tv/photo. Thanks to Cachefly for providing the bandwidth for this podcast. Running time: 57:51
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