Trey Hill Photographs

making pictures & telling stories in Canada

Posted in filmmaking, production stills by Trey on May 22, 2008

as i mentioned in an earlier post, i spent a week in Canada doing some custom photography for a production chemical company. same deal, basically as the Houston trip – i was alongside two good friends that were working on a brand film for the company.

you mix production gear with great scenery and you pretty much end up with a glut of production stills; showing some restraint was difficult, for sure.

scott & bob up on a ladder*.

if only kevin had made the trip we’d have the whole DME crew.

this is pretty much how they look all the time – scott buried in the viewfinder, sam in the monitor bag.

at some point, i’ll post what i got from this bridge. it was an outstanding location.

they love the car mount. i can’t blame them.

so, imagine that shot in the bag in motion. spectacular. this is why i think scott’s a great DP.

hey there.

sunrise at a well site.

*as an aside, let me just offer this bit of advice – getting higher or lower than eye level helps make any image more interesting.

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  1. Blake Mankin said, on May 23, 2008 at 12:23 am

    Incredible photographs. I love the blues in the sky in the first photo. Sounds like a neat trip.

  2. Medicean said, on June 18, 2008 at 7:17 pm

    Somehow i missed the point. Probably lost in translation 🙂 Anyway … nice blog to visit.

    cheers, Medicean.


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