Rivet & Sway, the eyeglass frame website that I have been shooting for, has launched! Most of my work is spattered throughout the site, including all of the product photography. A bit of a departure from the work I usually do – product photography is tricky, but I enjoyed the challenge. I shot 23 pairs of frames, each in three colors.
In addition to the product photography, I rented a studio for a day and photographed real people (meaning not professional models) wearing the frames. We shot each person from six or seven different angles so that when you move your mouse over each subject, you get a 180 degree look at the frames. Pretty cool!
Try this link for the 180 degree image:
Follow this link to my pictures of chef Zephyr Paquette.
You might have to register on the site to gain access since this is just a beta site right now. Once you sign up, you can start ordering frames. Rivet & Sway is anxious to start shipping to customers.
Thanks to Adam Crowley for the use of his studio and his assistance on the shoot, Glynne Davies for her expert hair and make-up skills and Ryan Adams for figuring out the post production on the frames. And finally, here is the Rivet & Sway staff with CEO John Lusk (seated) and vice-president of product, Sarah Bryar (to the right of John.)
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