Benjamin Von Wong really impresses us, every time he comes up with a concept, he executes it so well and he knows just how to talk about it so that we can all learn. He recently had a job to create the poster for the show, Temnein. Check out a few of the shots below along with the behind the scenes video. Also, be sure to check out the full blog post ( here) that goes over developing the concept, lighting, and much more.
BTS Look At A McDonald’s PhotoshootWhat lengths does McDonald’s go in order to create their promotional images? This video showcases the comparison between an actual product vs one they use to shoot the image. It explains why they take the steps that they do as well. Sent in by Sabrina Lee
The Making Of Gangnam Style By now, I’m pretty sure you’ve heard this pop sensation of our Korea. This KPOP video has gotten tremendous attention. Here’s a BTS look at how it was made. In case you haven’t seen the original, here it is below: VIDEO
We recently featured a story that got the attention of the Internet, with the photos taken at the Olympic Summit (link
here). Photographer, Kevin Jairaj, shows us what it’s like behind the scenes and what happens. Take a look at his beautiful photos as well as well as what he’s working with.
Von Wong Sculpts With Fire
We’ve featured his work a countless number of times. However, we haven’t seen anything like this before. Be sure to check out this wonderful production of how he takes on fire and creates some beautiful shots. He also goes over behind the scenes details on how they were done. Even better yet, the video itself was very beautifully made and presented.
John for the find!
How The Apple iPad Is Made
A look into the processing, people behind it, and the company itself. A very interesting watch, whether you like or even have an iPad.
Every day, 100’s of applicants file to work in the factory. The factory is supposed to be one of the best, which draws people from all over to work.
BTS: Powder Photography
We’ve seen those images where there’s an explosion of powder, paint or some type of makeup in a beauty shoot that looks timed so perfectly. Here’s a behind the scenes on how some of them are done with stills below.
Don Horne is the man behind this video and the stills.
Thank you to
Tony for the find!
This shot left me speechless. Aaron Nace did a wonderful job on the execution of it. It looks like a modern painting and it’s epic.
behind the scenes video. In the link you’ll also find a write up of how it was done. Here are some stills below from the shoot as well.
An Le is back with his next editorial. We’ve featured him
before and we’re glad to see his next set! Check out his recent editorial below.
Re: Magazine: www.re-savannah.com Photographer: An Le ( www.anlestudio.com)
Stylist: Juliana Sullivan & assistants: Chanelle Bertelsen, Carmela Osorio Lugo Set designer: Dylan Auman ( http://dylanauman.4ormat.com/) Make-up: Mila Grass Hair: Hillary Mund Photo assistants: Dave Sweeny, Pat Bombard, Dylan DeRose Models: Alexa Johns (Factor Women) Kathleen Sayler (Rise model management)
Behind the Scenes Video:
BTS: HOW of WHY - Nikon D4 Promo Video Behind The Scenes
Travel, photography, labor, and exotic locations.
These are some of the aspect included in this behind the scenes video, “HOW of WHY”.
“WHY” is the Nikon D4 promo video. This is the behind the scenes to how it was made.
Not only was this fun to watch, it shows exactly what goes on behind a huge production.
So much packing, and re-packing! Not to mention the exhausting travel.
Do not miss this video! The helicopter scene was rather epic as well.
Alex for the find!
BTS: Benjamin Von Wong - Web Of Lies
Benjamin does it again, with this intoxicating behind the scenes video for his series, Web of Lies. His composite and conceptual photography continually impresses us!
Check out his work at
Behind The Scenes: REV’IT Catalog - Fashion/Speed/Sex Appeal
Some of the best locations on earth, filled with speed, beauty, and fun with
Gregor Halenda at the helm.
His work is incredible. Check him out at:
Von Wong: Playing with Fire
Benjamin is so talented, that anyone near him just self combusts. It’s a true story, that is exactly what happened when I went to go meet him last year.
Thankfully with Photoshop, they were able to put me together again.
This video is a behind the scenes look at the process he used to set him on fire.
The final piece is also fantastic! Be sure to also check out his site at