Motorola Flip Phone with Fat Battery
This was my first semi-smart phone that could sort of access the internet. Compact, easy to use, and could take a fat battery with a run time of up to a week (just try that today!) And it had a real antenna. Better yet, it is placed on a circa 1995 Mac Keyboard and in front of a 17" Mac pro CRT monitor. And, though you can't see it, it is attached to a Power Computer 100 Tower, the only licensed macs ever built. Still works. Is that enough retro?
This week, dear creative Framers, we are going commercial! The world of e-commerce is growing by the day and with that the need for professional high-quality photographs that will help to sell the products. You get to decide what product you want to ‘sell’ and how to style, light and photograph it. Are you going to use models that will show us how to use the product? Or maybe you will decide to isolate your product against a white background. Or maybe you can tell a story about the product, stirring up the emotions of the viewer and making it irresistible to ‘buyers’. Whatever your approach, just remember that the product is the main star and focus of this week’s photoshoot. You are welcome to write a slogan for your product but please write it in the title or comment area. Your product photo has to catch the viewer eye all by itself! For extra photography joo-joo, WE will give you a brief. 52Frames is your client the client and will tell you what type of product we want you to photograph for us. Make sure to follow the “client’s” guidelines to keep them happy!