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Genesta Walz illustrates the high pitch needed to crack a champagne glass with a scream.
I originally broke the glass with a hammer and chisel. And by hammer I mean a big piece of rock. I then carefully glued it all back together then shot it in the studio with a 70-200mm lens to get the proper compression between background and foreground.
The Calgary Fire Department burned down two simulation houses as part of an educational demonstration on Sep. 30, 2010. The houses were the size of the average dorm room, and equipped with smoke detectors. The first house was totally engulfed in flames in two minutes 18 seconds. The second house was equipped with a sprinkler system, and the fire damage was minimal.Read more →
BC Lions #6 Stanley Franks takes Jon Cornish, #9 for the Calgary Stampeders, for a ride after grabbing his jersey to tackle him but couldn’t hold on, Friday Oct 22, 2010. The Lions lost the lead in the game after a good start, but came back to win it by successfully blocking a touch down pass in the last play of the game.Read more →
In a David vs Goliath battle, SAIT’s Colin Scherger holds his own against the Briercrest Clipper’s Aaron Frede as the SAIT Trojans host the Briercrest Clippers in the Campus Centre Saturday afternoon, Oct. 16, 2010. The fight started after Scherger leveled a Clipper in front of the Trojan’s bench with a hit that left him on the ground stunned.Read more →
Another illustration for the Weal. This was shot in the studio and pieced together in Photoshop. Each item, including the poster was shot separately. Creating the shadows for each item on top of the toaster was the trickiest part of this whole thing. I wanted it to look real, but not be too intrusive.Read more →