Photo(s) of the Day 11_06_08

I’m now peppering in occasional images in a photoblog style, per some earlier discussions. Just shot a commercial sports gig with an editorial flavor – my bread and butter.

Posed or grabbed moments? Lighting? You tell me. Is it possible to connect deeply with an image if you know it’s commercial? A few more images after the jump…


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88 Responses to Photo(s) of the Day 11_06_08

  1. Josh McCullock Photography November 6, 2008 at 10:59 pm #

    hmmm, good question.
    These are very accessible and easy to connect to.
    These are definitely more grungy and heavy than most of your work I’ve seen and have a sense of real life.

    If you did use lights, you masked it well. I just looks like an overcast day shot wide open. Which is great!

    Interested in your approach, as always : )

  2. Tastre November 6, 2008 at 11:23 pm #

    First thing, beautiful images. Very simple and very elegant.

    Now would you please tell me that you’re using a beauty dish to shoot sports action?

  3. Uwe Mayer November 6, 2008 at 11:51 pm #

    No question: its easy to connect with the photos. Regardless if the intention was art or a bread an butter job.

    I’m curious to learn something about your lighting approach for these. Dunno why, but somehow it reminds me of Strobists recent articles regarding on axis fill.

  4. Aaron November 6, 2008 at 11:55 pm #

    I’m going to guess available light. I could also be wrong. :)

  5. IAN AITKEN November 7, 2008 at 12:34 am #

    available light, high iso, vignette applied in photoshop or somesuch, or maybe using lensbaby.
    cheers

    Ian

  6. Scott November 7, 2008 at 1:49 am #

    Well, while I do find the shots inspiring as a photog, quite frankly they make me want to go for a run.

  7. Anonymous November 7, 2008 at 2:24 am #

    These pictures are no different from a teenager with D40′s snaps. Standard vignette in aperture, oversharpened an dull. Bad job, Chase,

  8. danieljenkins November 7, 2008 at 6:20 am #

    love them. raw and real.
    very well executed. To answer your first question, “Can you connect with a subject, even if it’s commercial?” My answer, you better. Every time I push the shutter it’s a personal connection with my subject.

    Lighting…
    My guess, the california sunbounce or a pop up reflector. The effect can be similar to a ring flash dialed way down. I’m basing this on noticing the light on the runner’s jacket, but no apparent catch light in his eyes.

  9. Josh Webb November 7, 2008 at 6:27 am #

    I’ve been a runner since I was 12 and my parents said “hey you’re getting fat sitting at home, time to start running” I’m now 27, I’ve used running as a way to explore new cities and countries ranging from Vienna to Uganda. It’s helped me get through tough times, when all hell breaks loose that old feeling “I need to go for a run” comes bubbling up through me, regardless of the time of day, the weather or the season I’m off, one foot in front of the other, lungs burning from the cold or my skin stinging from the heat. Sucking in diesel fumes downtown, ocean air or jumping over puddles in a spring thaw. I don’t race, I run, it’s my therapist, it’s my mistress, my medicine and my love.

    I connect to these images, they aren’t of some super athlete winning a marathon, or someone running somewhere I’ve never been (or will never go) they are of me on a fall run, they are me exploring a city, taking a break.

    Sure Nike or your client wanted you to create commercial images, but they hired YOU a visual artist, I’m not connecting with Nike, I’m connecting with the images and it’s up to the artist to create images the viewer connects with.

  10. IAN AITKEN November 7, 2008 at 6:28 am #

    As a follow on from my earlier post, I just wanted to say these are very naturalistic pics almost to the point of being shot by a newbie, this is a pretty hard brief to fulfill from a professional point of view, with all that experience behind you. You almost have to throw away all your hard earned perceived knowledge about highlight and shadow detail, composition etc.

    To bring the client along with you on a journey like this is a pretty tough job as it flies in the face of conventional wisdom regarding commercial photography where the product is king and “has to be lit perfectly on every occasion and the branding/badges must be prominant” The photographer has to earn that trust.

    Cheers

    Ian

  11. Adam November 7, 2008 at 6:37 am #

    Having spent 15 years of my life as a competitive distance runner, giving every ounce of my being to the pursuit of speed and endurance, I’ll give it to you straight from the trenches. The first shot has a real “grabbed” from the daily life look to it, and a nice natural portrait too. Although, runners rarely wear a jacket and shorts, maybe pants and a t-shirt to keep the legs warm, certainly long sleeve T annd shorts, but really never jacket and shorts. It looks to me like you have a strobe on this, but comes across very natural. I like the high ISO look too, but I’m not sure how you got that look. Shot two is a nice product shot, but doesn’t look at all “real”. Shoe is too clean, dumb pose, no socks…etc. Shot three is life as competitive runner, that was me in the Arb. near U.W. on many a sweat season. It would be cool if it showed some sweat someway, he looks a little clean and dry. The last one is cool, but commercial. The runner looks slow, jogger style. To me the images have an old “film” look to them. I like the vignette. I think it’s a cool set, thanks for sharing.

  12. Tom Scott November 7, 2008 at 7:27 am #

    The ‘toe-off’ on the blue shoe has a real sense of leaving … leaving troubles behind, making distance, achieving the satisfaction of getting up, getting out and going for the burn.

    Of course this feeling has to be achieved in an instant as most people will only give these ads a fleeting glance as they drive by or flick through the monthly magazine. That’s why these work so well, I know the feeling that I have to get back to, so I buy my new trainers and begin again.

    I also like the success of the shots in grabbing the season, which in commercial photography must be a big deal.

    Nice work, what else you would you expect!

  13. Ken Cavanagh November 7, 2008 at 8:06 am #

    “Is it possible to connect deeply with an image if you know it’s commercial?”

    I think yes definitely…it needs to be less overt in the selling. To connect, the image needs to evoke a sense of authenticity, less artifice.

    The images that succeed many not fool us about being set-up, but we believe the emotion it reveals, it’s true and we see ourselves and life.

    It is one of the hardest challenges for commercial photographers…to (re)create a slice of life. We, and as a result, the market seem to hunger for this style of imagery. This is why, I think, advertisers prowl sites like Flickr for ideas and images of real moments…it is hard to fake.

    This may be a stretch, but can the election be a referendum on our desires for authenticity? It is certainly more than that, but I believe that was part of the connection.

  14. OG November 7, 2008 at 8:22 am #

    As Ken and others have already answered… Yes, it is possible to connect. I also agree with Daniel, “you better”.

    - OG

  15. Kevin T. Kilbourne November 7, 2008 at 8:50 am #

    @ anon: because teenagers copy something chase has been doing for years professionally doesn’t say a damn thing about the quality of the photos.

  16. Anonymous November 7, 2008 at 9:29 am #

    These do look like snapshots, but I think that adds to the real quality. I think that sports and action photos need to feel real: gritty, sweaty and maybe even dirty. At the same time, to key into the high of the activity, an action image needs to get into the lone experience of the athlete. I think the product photos do that very well. The “portrait image” is challenging, and maybe it adds a sense of toughness? As for lighting and whether the images look like student work, I think the best photography does look like student work to a degree. “Student” to me means daring, energized, innovative, new, fresh, current etc. I am trying to get my own style to look this fresh after 20 plus years of shooting!

  17. Anonymous November 7, 2008 at 10:15 am #

    Achieving a “snapshot” look for a well planned commercial photo is perhaps the most difficult thing that a photographer can do. Some of the most successful brands of our times rest their advertising success on this premise. These, and frankly a lot of your work, illustrate a mastery of this technique. Companies are hungry for this, and my guess, will be for a long time. Why? Because it’s relevant to their consumers and aspirational at the same time.

  18. David Burke November 7, 2008 at 10:50 am #

    In this case totally possible. Not just any photographer can pull it off. These are excellent. They are a bit different looking from your usual work, but I love them. Thanks for sharing!

  19. Scott Toepfer November 7, 2008 at 1:20 pm #

    Regardless of lit or not, these photos are really concerned with composition, color, and emotion.

    -easy to connect to? yes
    -lit? doesn’t appear to be, but creating a seamless transition between existing and applied light is a skill.
    -the deep color and lack of dynamic range really gives it a transparency look.
    -the compositions are contemporary and allow space for a designer/copywriter to work with on a layout.

    nice job chase!

    note to everybody…it doesn’t have to look like a movie set was assembled to be commercial.

  20. Shelby White November 7, 2008 at 2:43 pm #

    Yes it is possible to connect. My First thought when I saw these images was that they were personal shots.

    I also felt like I connected to them right away because of the “not so common in your work post processing”.

    I also find myself agreeing with Scott Toepfer when he says “…it doesn’t have to look like a movie set was assembled to be commercial.”

  21. garyallard November 7, 2008 at 2:49 pm #

    Great post, Chase. The images most definitely speak to me. Really good stuff. I blogged on the whole “art in commerce” thing a little while back. If you didn’t know it was commercial work, would you connect with it on a deeper level?

    Nowhere is it stated that being a commercial artist means not having a soul.

    I also have a pretty good idea of how you made these images but I’m keeping quiet ;)

    -G$

  22. Sandra L November 7, 2008 at 3:32 pm #

    hm… well they have the standard “chase” look. like… the pov thing and high contrast n whatnot… but i dunno. there’s a lot of cutting at joints like knees and ankles that make some shots awkward and that runner in what looks like a wooded park… i wish there was detail in those shadows. not every image needs a vignette. i dunno chase. i’ve seen you do better.

    -sandra (ont, canada)

  23. admin November 7, 2008 at 7:27 pm #

    The image that stands out to me most, keeping in mind that I am a runner as well, is the very last one. I get the impression that the subject has just defeated the city during his run. It feels as though he’s on his way home with a sense of accomplishment after running his way through all the busyness of the city and is in his own world…..a runners “high” I refer to it as.

  24. SONERO November 9, 2008 at 9:50 am #

    love the cropping.

  25. Bryan Mitchell November 10, 2008 at 1:03 pm #

    They don’t really work for me. Nice but they don’t grab me. Also I do find it easier to connect when looking at non-commercial.

  26. Anonymous November 12, 2008 at 8:06 pm #

    Honestly, if I were an AD at an agency or a magazine editor and I saw this photo I would just as soon move on to the next guy…this stinks. It’s amature…nothing cool or even flattering about it.

  27. Anonymous November 12, 2008 at 11:19 pm #

    As the client on the shoot and also the CD its fun to watch the post-shoot banter here. Going into this shoot Chase and I had a very specific look and feel we were going for and achieved it. In this age of authenticity and “realness” its important to have the context of what we were trying to achieve. What is really real these days? Part of the reason we continually choose Chase is because he doesn’t approach each shoot from a commercial or non-commercial angle, he approaches it from his personal angle. Work is always personal if it wasn’t we’d hire robots right? I’m a firm believer in hiring the talent for the talent and letting them do what they are good at because otherwise you turn perfectly great creatives into production robots. While the images that you see on the blog post are a fraction of the total shoot what we succeeded in doing overall is taking something as simple as running and given it a visual point-of-view that is unique to the brand. And btw, it was not for Nike.

  28. PhoebeT November 13, 2008 at 12:11 am #

    I value the actual CD chiming in on this, your opinion matters a lot on discussions like this. And I understand why you wouldn’t sign your name…You’d certainly get a flood of portfolio review requests.

    Ironic that Chase is criticized by a no namer for a style he in large part helped to spread…

    But even more ironic (actually not really) that the only complaints about the style are from anonymous opinions, unwilling to sign their names, mostly because they’re work is likely not to survive their own standards.

    Two cents. You rock, man.

  29. Adam November 13, 2008 at 6:39 am #

    I appreciate the client’s input here! Thanks! Brooks is a Seattle area company that puts a lot of their focus on running. I had some connection with them years ago, and they were a really great group of people.

  30. Anonymous November 13, 2008 at 2:12 pm #

    Phoebet / Adam

    Thanks for the feedback. I agree on both of your postings. One of the great things about a blog for us on the client side is seeing instant reaction from consumers whether they be runners, photographers, etc. We are all consumers. The important thing here is to have an opinion and to have a conversation that is productive and positive about how to improve and evolve. Every shoot with Chase starts with an evolved creative direction. Some seasons we’ll focus more of the shots on macro product details, others more on backgrounds, landscapes, settings, etc. The constant is we are capturing single frames that are part of a bigger story. It’s not just closeup of glove or guy stretching. It’s a group of runners arriving to a running spot, getting out of the car, getting geared up, interacting, etc. I think that’s the key to how you get that un-commercial feel, you create a storyline, a scene than you sit back like a fly on the wall and you capture it. One thing of note for us is that we mainly cast runners not models. Our models are runners first for the most part.

  31. PhotoRunner November 14, 2008 at 12:26 am #

    Yeah. Brooks kicks arse. Nice stuff Chase.

  32. Anonymous November 17, 2008 at 7:03 pm #

    I think the natural feel that you have captured here is the most difficult type of image to capture. Great job. Very inspirational.

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    the images are stunning and really atistic…i think more advertising needs to be potrayed in this way to be honest!
    it works really weel :)

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