Weekly Wrap-up, San Antonio Edition III
We’re going on day 11 of straight shooting, and even though it doesn’t exactly feel like Friday for us (we’ve totally lost track of time at this point), the calendar tells me it’s time for another recap of what we’ve been up to for these past few days. As the name of the blog post suggests, we’re still down in Texas working on the huge project for the city of San Antonio. We’ve had plenty of long days on location and in the studio, and as usual, we have tons of photos to prove it. Keep reading to take a look at some of the more interesting moments from this week…
Yes it may all look like fun and games, but we’ve been working nonstop for the past week, even if one of our locations was Six Flags Fiesta Texas… and maybe we rode the rollercoasters a few times as well. Purely for research purposes.
Our shoots this week also took us to a few unexpected locations, like this private airfield where our crew helped launch an old school biplane.
We also made a stop underground to grab a few shots of a spelunker descending down into a cave in the Texas hill country.
Not all of our subjects this week were totally agreeable. We worked with some very, very angry bulls a few days ago – trying to grab the perfect shot for the ads we’re shooting. If you’re wondering – yes they did charge Chris and the camera, and yes – I was fearing for the brand new Phase One back.
We also made sure to sample some of San Antonio’s finest dining, and well you know, make a few photos while we were at it.
And while we weren’t busy with all of those location shoots, we made our way into the studio for a few days to photograph some even more interesting characters.
As far as what you may have missed this week on the internet:
Last but not least…
Chris really does find the strangest places to shoot sometimes.