Thursday, February 25, 2010

Canon: Be Empowered Campaign Behind the Scenes Video


I hate seeing and listening to myself in videos, but I think the gorgeous girls make up for my fail. :D

Will try to find time to post photos from the shoot later on, I'm still having this terrible headache that makes me feel like I don't have enough oxygen in my brain or something. Argh, why's the flight from L.A. so horrendously long. T_T

23 comments :

Tiffany S. said...

You are absolutely fabulous <3! Hopefully your travels bring you to Canada x

Patricia said...

wow, that was wonderful :)
rock on!

Wana Zainal said...

Hey, you did/sound great nonetheless! The shots are beautifully awesome, and i feel an instant gust of empowerment when i watch the video. Keep it up ;)

Jake said...

Congratulations! Shame they messed up the aspect ratio on the video, makes you look all stretched out >< You really seem to have a great attitude on shoots, looking forward to seeing the shots!

Nicholas said...

Video quality was so bad, but otherwise love your shoot! Your signature style was so apparent. Hope to meet you soon! Cheers.

Nicholas/tsubaki

Christina ♪ said...

Oh hey you have black hair!

And I think you sound perfectly fine. It's just the low quality of the video that messes everything up a bit.

sringangel said...

Wish I could have the opportunity to see a real-live shoot one day.
The sets are absolutely fabulous ><
And you don't sound bad ok everyone thinks they themselves sound bad lol. :)

Stephanie said...

You are amazing! <3 It's nice to see how you work in a photoshoot.
I'm sure a large majority of people hate hearing/seeing themselves in a video (including me), so don't feel bad^^

I hope to be able to watch you do a live shoot someday.

Wolf Schröder said...

What fail are you talking about ? You look and sound great.

This is a good video that gives us insight as to how you prepare for shoots. Pretty awesome.

xYazz said...

Awesome <3 I always like to see photographers working ^.^ It's so different from an office jo.. *geheh* And I like your English, just accept =D

Bella Kotak said...

Oh my, it was cool to see how you work and the photos you got in the end were astonishing. It would be wonderful to meet you personally! Maybe next time if you're in London? :)

Finding Hecate/ Melissa Harrison said...

Fantastic! thank you for posting!
How did Canon find you for that campaign?

PyHa said...

wow beautiful shoot.....I'm a Nikon person but wonderful canon video. Loved the outfits and the lighting

Daffii said...

*O* wow, amazing~!! the dresses are so pretty ^ o ^

Hugh O'Malley Fashion and Beauty Photographer London said...

Smoke and Mirrors, Babeyyyyy!!!!

wonderful, inspirational, and don't be shy, you came across well.

Big fan of your work and a friend on Flickr and DeviantArt.

kisses, Hugh

Melike said...

It says the video no longer exists! D:

simon goinard phelipot said...

I really like the moments when the film freeze and your photos are reveled, truly beautiful.

as instructors here in France, we sometime have to test the latest canons, i love their reflex, -- even if i prefer nikon lens--

btw and you do look strangely menacing with black hair. :}
cheers,

sg.

Alex Brennan Kearns Photography said...

you were super cute and my favorite part of the video :D

Anonymous said...

wow, jingna can smile!

Anonymous said...

This is so late, but yay! I finally get to hear my idol speak! You guys are all so awesome, this campaign was great <3

Anonymous said...

You are sucha cutie! I wanna have a gothic lolita shoot with you, as in you put down the camera and be the my model :D

Anonymous said...

interesting, thanks

Rocking Doll Museum / Diabetic Lolita said...

Your work is just amezing!!!

You should use the photo of Sugozi by the lake as a T-shirt print with a smudge stick/cutout effect on Adobe CS3