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Pullman Danang Beach Resort: Capturing the Candid Moments, Behind the Scenes

Pullman Danang Beach Resort: Capturing the Candid Moments, Behind the Scenes

Last month we had the pleasure to shoot at the Pullman Danang Beach Resort, a beachfront gem managed by Accor Hotels. The upmarket resort features 186 stylish spacious rooms along with private cottages, set right on the Bac My An beach. The resort offers everything that a modern global nomad could wish for. Tranquil relaxation areas, an infinity pool with fiber optic illumination, gorgeous ocean views, lush green gardens, high-end restaurants and classy bars, top facilities for meetings and events, all with exceptionally attentive, smiley and kind-hearted personnel. Inspired by the yin and the yang duality, Pullman brand, through the use of elegance and efficiency, is combining lifestyle and design for business and leisure.

In this blog post we’d like to say more about this amazing shooting experience, propose some ideas about life in general (the rainy weather tends to get people into an insightful mood 😜 ), and of course share some of the behind the scenes snaps!

Product Photography is Rocket Science. How to Master it?

Product Photography is Rocket Science. How to Master it?

First things first: What is product photography and who is it for? The two main areas where we come across product photography would be all sorts of advertising and the digital marketplace, online sales platforms.

Walking down the street in any modern city we come across hundreds of product photographs that saturate the colourful outdoor advertising world of a present-day megapolis.

Fashion Shoot with the Fujifilm XT2 and firmware 3.0

Fashion Shoot with the Fujifilm XT2 and firmware 3.0

Yesterday we had a great photoshoot for Yaly Couture (local Hoi An based company) in our new studio location. For the entire shoot I used the Fujifilm XT2 with the latest firmware 3.0 tethered to a 2017 Macbook pro running both X-Acquire and Capture One. It was the first time I entirely relied on the Fujifilm system for a commissioned job as I usually use the Nikon D750. Here are the pros and cons I experienced during the shoot

Dedication, obsession and practice always pay off.

Yesterday I was working on few images for a client and when I was done with it the first thing that came to my mind is that i needed to shoot some more. It's funny how photography feels like a drug sometimes. The need to create new images, improve your lighting, composition skills...